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What is it like to be the only deaf person in the family? How do you sign the National Anthem? Find out as internationally acclaimed and Emmy award winner Gilbert Eastman gives the intimate details of his life--the frustrations and the triumphs--as well as demonstrates his artistry in two performances of music in sign language.
Five fairy tales are included on each tape with one of the fairy tales told twice. The first is the classic story, while the second is the way the story would have been told if deaf people had created the story. Each fairy tale is told in American Sign Language (ASL) by a master story teller. Voice-over and musical score make the tape accessible to both hearing and deaf children.
This series that features the nation's finest deaf entertainers. Each show is taped in a cabaret setting created in Sign Media's own studios and captures the wit, creativity, and humor of the truly talented and funny people as they entertain a live deaf audience. Each disc has a voice-over translation (where possible) for accessibility for hearing people.
Several ol5 Sign Language films, some of them dating back to 1913, hav been professionally transferred to videotape thus ensuring their preservation and making them accessible to the general public. Each film is shown in its entirety without voice-over or captioning.
Bonnie Kraft tells stories from her perspective as a hearing child of deaf adults. Bonnie Kraft's experience as a coda? the child of Deaf adults? was of two cultures and two different languages. Her lively family and lessons about the ins and outs of her two worlds are at the heart of Bonnie's ASL stories. and she is interviewed by Ben Bahan.