Award-winning drama made in a documentary style. The End portrays the impact of a revolutionary ‘treatment’ that offers Deaf people the chance to become hearing. As a group of Deaf children grow up, we find out how the ‘treatment’ affects their futures as they decide whether to take it or not. With the political and medical professions pushing the idea of a ‘cure,’ a unique culture is threatened with extinction, and lives and relationships are changed.
In an alternative present, the structures that bind society have eroded and pushed the vulnerable to the fringes. At this crossroads, a young woman, Isobel finds herself between an unforgiving world and the confines of a dark community. With obsession rapidly over taking reason, Isobel must decide which world she wants to be part of.
Five friends organize a weekend camping trip to a Missouri lake. Two of them are culturally "Big-D" Deaf, one is hard of hearing. one is a hearing child of deaf adult (CODA)and the last is a hearing person. The five wrangles between the different cultural values of the deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people. The Deaf people are angered by the hearings who secretly go fishing. When they separate, strange things occur. The ears of the Deaf bleed, while the hearing can't hear. What’s happening? Sign language becomes the only communicative means.
Austin is deaf and transgender, but identifies as a straight man. He yearns to remove his breasts so he may stop binding and breathe freely. His journey is an inspiration to many, his self awareness, humor, and personality long recognized and honored in his community.
手語名字遊戲The Sign Name Game
Deaf people in Japan often play a traditional sign game called the nickname game. In the old days, when signing was not allowed in Deaf schools, this game gave rise to a notorious incident, rumors of which persist today. In August 2014, three Deaf students discovered the location of the incident on an internet site for haunted places. They set out to visit the spot, and the suspense begins.
NETHANEAL SIEGFRED ENSON
The Deaf waitress Glory with supernatural power wants to help a spirit called Carrie.
Deaf boy Jason loves dancing. He is aspired to show his talents on the stage in future. One day, he encounters a street dance master CK and asks to be CK's pupil. CK is touched by Jason's sincerity and decides to teach him how to dance. Beyond his main challenge of deafness. Jason has to deal with his teammates boycott and his Deaf girlfriend's resentment. Can Jason succeed at last? In reality,to count the beat. Deaf dancers usually bare foot for feeling the vibrations from the wooden floor, or notice the direction of choreographer or sign interpreters.
The touching story of a deaf friend, who sells scholar cake at Shilin Night Market, and her husband, who suffers from a stroke.