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The First Film on Apolinario Mabini that Provides Deaf People Access to Information PREMIERED!

It was like a Deaf Awareness Week event when Deaf Filipinos in groups flocked to watch The Sublime Paralytic, our documentary on Apolinario Mabini, one of our great heroes. 357 more words

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Ang Huling Lagda ni Apolinario Mabini: Rediscovering our history

When asked about national heroes, Filipinos often have a story or two on hand about the brilliance of Dr. Jose Rizal, or charismatic revolutionary leader, Andres Bonifacio. 1,249 more words


PWD's Outnumbered NON-PWD's in the Making of "THE SUBLIME PARALYTIC"

More than 50 people made possible the documentary on Apolinario Mabini , the crippled Philippine statesman who defied American sovereignty over the Philippines at the turn of the century. 206 more words

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In Promotion of Filipino Sign Language: "APOLINARIO MABINI: THE SUBLIME PARALYTIC"

SILENT ODYSSEY , the first feature-length documentary on Deaf Filipinos was produced seven years ago. It had segments on the Filipino Sign Language origin, importance to the Deaf of sign language, and the need for recognition of their linguistic human rights. 313 more words

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The Sublime Paralytic Previews Today at the Department of Foreign Affairs

In 1899, Apolinario Mabini was already paralyzed by the time he was appointed as First Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the First President of the Philippine Republic, Gen. 155 more words

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COMING SOON! The First-Ever Deaf Interpretation of "The True Decalogue" [1898] in the First Film Music Scored by a Filipino Person with Autism

A Filipino Person with Autism music scored a film. A first in Philippine film history? Thristan Mendoza, twice exceptional PWA did his first-ever music scoring on… 463 more words

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Alay ng Sektor sa Kaarawan ni Apolinario Mabini

It was on July 23, 2015 when the 151st birth anniversary of Apolinario Mabini started. He is the subject of my two educational documentaries . Primarily aimed at giving Deaf access to information, they are at the same time intended to help promote the use and recognition of Filipino Sign Language in the country and showcasing Deaf talents. 250 more words

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