The short film, "Blind Faith: A Film about Seeing" by Dana Bartle, was an official selection at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Montana in February. The film had its premiere at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival in Toronto April 2007 and was shown at the Dokufest in Kosovo.
The film synopsis says it "reconsiders the notion of 'disability,' exploring the creative space between light and dark as a collaboration and act of faith." The film focuses on the collaborative work of visually impaired and sighted photographers in The Seeing With Photography Collective in New York.
Bartle's hometown newspaper, The Press of Atlantic City, did a profile of the filmmaker Feb. 27. She is currently working on a film that looks at the music and people of Brazil to investigate cultural wealth versus financial wealth.