Going Blind

Going Blind is a unique documentary film that increases public awareness of sight loss and low vision issues profoundly affecting the lives of more and more people around the world.

The Film

Going Forward

Help spread the word about our film, our outreach and the issues they raise for the general public and the 25 million blind and visually impaired Americans.

The Mission

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“Our sight may be limited but our lives don’t have to be.”

Kimberly KusterIllinois

"Your film helps patients understand the options and opportunities for those blind or with severely limited vision, allowing them to lead productive and happy lives. It’s an uplifting story."

David W. Parke IIMD, CEO, American Academy of Ophthalmology

"Going Blind covers every concern about losing vision, but it also offers important information and hope… it reinforces the concept that knowledge is power."

Dan RobertsDirector of Macular Degeneration Support

"I wish every medical school in the country would have this film!"

Thomas ZampieriDirector of Government Relations, Blinded Veterans Association

Tips and Stories

Salient Facts About Vision Loss

National and Local Resources



Peter D’Elia: Update

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Peter D’Elia, 95, now lives with his wife of thirty-plus years, Peggy, in Massachusetts. Peter continues to draw and work as an architect, as well as golf with his longtime…

Ray Kornman: Update

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From Ray Kornman, August 2017 Since my appearance in the Going Blind movie, my life has had some dramatic changes. Shortly after the release of the film, my employment and the employment…

Jessica Jones: Update

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Jessica Jones has been teaching art at Lavelle School for the Blind in the Bronx for the past eleven years. As the only blind teacher, Jessica continues to thrive in the school…

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Joseph Lovett is available for speaking engagements to discuss the film and more about vision loss.

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