— the best Deaf Films We have many deaf filmmakers (amateurs, not professionals) that love to film deaf-themed stories. Digital photography has made it possible whereas film photography has made it almost impossible. Anyway, who are the best Deaf Filmmakers in the world? They are in Great Britain. Why? The British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust has given funds for Deaf Filmmakers to do what they love to do so. What about USA? Forget it – they do it out of love of labor (& no money!).
THE TRIBE - Officiële trailer
THE TRIBEReleasedatum: 5 februari 2015http://www.amstelfilm.nl/the-tribeWanneer de dove Sergey terecht komt in een internaat voor dove jongeren, moet hij al...
This film is a journey of a young man, Corey, yearning for kinship until one day discovers he has a Deaf autistic grandfather he has never knew, Corey was determined to make connection regardless. The family ties and secrets unbeknownst to the young man h
"The Wonderful World of Disney" The Miracle Worker (TV Episode 2000) - IMDb
The Miracle Worker: Directed by Nadia Tass. With Alison Elliott, Hallie Eisenberg, Lucas Black, Kate Greenhouse. A television remake of William Gibson's classic play about Annie Sullivan's efforts to draw Helen Keller from her world of darkness, blindness, deafness and silence.
South Korean movie on Deaf baseball team to be screened in Japan
Movie flyer in South Korea (photo: http://asianmediawiki.com/GLove) August 24, 2011 The South Korea movie, titled "Glove" (directed by Kang Woo-Suk) will be screened on August 27 in Japan. It is about a Deaf high school baseball team. A pray for a big box office of the movie took place at the batting center in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo on August 24. Former professional baseball player SATO Kazuhiro (46) challenged batting a 100 kilo-speed ball. He said, "I was not a home-run hitter. I was able to…
Touch the Sound: A Sound Journey with Evelyn Glennie (2004) - IMDb
A documentary which explores the connections among sound, rhythm, time, and the body by following percussionist Evelyn Glennie, who is nearly deaf.
What is the East Coast Curator? - EAST COAST CURATOR
In 2010, Stephanie Beaumont combined her affinity for Canada’s East Coast and her passion for all things entertainment – along with her experience in story telling (on-camera and on-air) to launch a website designed to celebrate all the people, places and things that make the 4 Atlantic Provinces so very special. After a decade full […]