Screening: See What I'm Saying
Deaf people can do anything but hear. But an all-deaf rock band? An international deaf comic famous around the world but unknown to hearing people? A modern-day Buster Keaton who teaches at Juilliard but is currently homeless? A hard-of-hearing singer who is considered "not deaf enough"?
See What I'm Saying follows the journeys of four extraordinary deaf entertainers—two of them musicians—over the course of a single year as their stories intertwine and culminate in some of the most important events of their lives.
Join us for this unique, inspirational story, followed by a Skype discussion with filmmaker Hilari Scarl. The film is captioned, and interpretation services will be available for the discussion.
Cosponsored by the Stan Getz Library and the Office for Cultural Diversity.