The New Disability Busters

Disability Busters is the brainchild of disability advocate and award-winning filmmaker Sarah Barton. A subscription based website that houses a diverse library of content relating to all things disability, mental health, accessibility and equity.

Pricing Sign-Up Existing Users
Posters for films from the Disability Busters Catalogue

As well as an entertaining and informative resource for people with disability and their community, Disability Busters is a “go to” reference for lecturers and their students, Universities, TAFE & training organisations, service providers or any business planning facilities, services and employment for people with disability and their families.

No long tie-ins, straightforward affordable pricing. Cancel any time!



Perfect for any film lover.

$5.90 / month
$64.90 / year
  • Unlimited access to video
  • Watch on any device
  • 1 user account
  • Cancel any time


Great for small schools and community groups

$69.90 / month
$769 / year
  • Unlimited access to video
  • Watch on any device
  • 15 user accounts
  • Cancel any time


Ideal for Universities, Colleges and large organisations

$4995 / year
$4995 / year
  • Unlimited access to video
  • Watch on any device
  • Unlimted user accounts.
  • Cancel any time

Existing Users

If you are an existing subscriber to Disability Busters you can continue using our old site until your current subscription ends.

We will be switching off our old site on December 23rd 2020 and your subscription will be automatically cancelled at this time.

To continue watching you will need to create a new account. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy the enhanced functionality of our upgraded site.

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Sarah Barton and her team have established themselves as a critical part of our community arts and screen sector, producing and distributing high-quality films in collaborative partnerships with people with the lived experience of disability. These films are innovative and inspirational. They depict the diversity of our society, often exploring the intersectionality of disability, gender, and culture.

The work of Disability Busters plays a vital role in raising issues and promoting debate in our community and shaping conversations. These conversations include matters concerning human rights, social justice and the importance of breaking down the barriers and building the social and economic architecture necessary to support a diverse and inclusive community.

I hold the work of Sarah Barton and Disability Busters in great esteem, and incorporate these screen resources into our teaching programme at the University of Melbourne.

Yours sincerely,
Keith McVilly
Professor of Disability and Inclusion

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