Upcoming Film Fest Inspired by Natomas Librarian

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Amber Fawn Wooton-Clark

The Sacramento Public Library will host a disability film festival in memory of North Natomas librarian Amber Fawn Wooton-Clark on Sunday, Jan. 12.

“People were Amber’s passion and she was a fierce advocate for those with disabilities, making our libraries more welcoming and inclusive,” reads the library website for the upcoming film festival “Superfest Sacramento.”

The library credits their HUB libraries dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities to Wooton-Clark’s leadership.

The Sacramento Public Library has trained staff at libraries across the state on how to make their programs and services more accessible. The library also reports creating and expanding jobs for individuals with disabilities at the library.

The festival is one of a few worldwide, completely accessible to film-goers of all kinds and features an animated short, two dramatic shorts and one full-length feature film selected by disability rights advocates and filmographers. Attendees may watch one film or all of them.

“Superfest Sacramento” will be held 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Jan. 12 at Tsakopoulos Library Galleria, 828 I Street, in Sacramento. Registration is required.

For more information about “Superfest Sacramento,” including the film festival schedule and registration click here.


  1. […] The Sacramento City Council approved the naming of a teen space in the North Natomas Library branch after Clark in May 2019. Since January 2020, the Sacramento Public Library has hosted “Superfest,” an annual film…. […]

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