Back in July, I mentioned that while at AudioVision Canada, I was part of a team who described hundreds of films for the National Film Board of Canada, and that unfortunately just a small number of them are available on their streaming website. Fortunately, one of those films is the wonderful 2006 documentary Shameless: The ART of Disability. In what was her first film since a catastrophic stoke that at first left her paralyzed, well-known documentarian Bonnie Sherr Klein turned her cameras on herself, as well as a varied collection of fellow artists considered to be disabled. The results are often savagely funny, as the group talks about their challenges and triumphs, along with some choice words about common Hollywood tropes about disabled people.
You can enjoy the film with description and with closed captioning, but part of the problem with the NFB site is that turning on those features is not the most straightforward thing. To turn on the audio description, go to that streaming link, click "play" in the lower left of the screen, then click the "accessibility" button (a speech bubble) beside the volume button, and then turn on the description in the second pair of radio buttons. (Told you!)