Listening to the hands of our people

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Running time 88 minutes
DVD $24.95! (For home use only)
American Sign Language in English Subtitles with voiceover

Agency / Institutions / Library / Universities / ASL Research DVD $65.00

Genre: Documentary/Education

An award winning documentary about seven H.I.V. positive Deaf and Hard of Hearing people living with AIDS. They also talk about coping with fears, fears of dying, being alone, and accepting it. RE-MASTERED VERSION (NEW DIRECTOR'S CUT)

Tom Kane, Founder of Deaf Names AIDS Project

Produced and directed by Ann Marie "Jade" Bryan Produced in 1993 (ASL signed and some captions with voiceover and music)

- Won best produced documentary award at NYU Film/Video Festival in 1993 at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU

- Adam Balsano Award - in honor of a Tisch student filmmaker who died of AIDS.

The documentary was screened at several film festivals around the country and recieved other prestigious awards.

"The emotions of Deaf people are very impressive and animated. Bryan's got her vision thing all figured out."
Interviewed by Alyssa Katz, Village Voice (1993)