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"The Sublime Paralytic" in the 6th HKIDFF?

It’s dawn.

Oh well! After uploading my rough cut, “IndepenDeaf” to DDW and PFD, I checked the website of the 6th Hong Kong International Deaf Film Festival to see the status of the festival. 212 more words

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PULE: UTAK ng REBOLUSYON's Final Cut Done!

It doesn’t necessarily mean though that changes are not welcome as of this stage. Next year — as if it is too far from now — I shall be watching it again. 158 more words

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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. 376 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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CJ PATRIARCA in APOLINARIO MABINI: THE SUBLIME PARALYTIC

Former member of the SILENT STEPS, Catherine J. Patriarca joined in the making of THE SUBLIME PARALYTIC as one of the four Filipino Sign Language interpreters in “Apolinario Mabini: The Sublime Paralytic.” 125 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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Perils of being a sign language interpreter in the PH

This article really touched my heart. Not because I personally experienced this, but because in spite of the difficulties and almost thankless job of giving voice to the deaf, we are still here serving them. 906 more words

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