NINA is a short film by Oak Tree Films, a student-run production company in Villanova University’s Social Justice Documentary class.

NINA follows a day in the life of the amazing students, teachers, and staff at the Nina School for the Deaf, as they establish a sense of community, prioritize deaf education, and pride themselves in the face of an ableist education system. Witness the sense of unity among peers and staff, as they implement creative methods to encourage the success of their students.

AD written by Oliver Baker, QC by Robert Kingett, and narrated by Barbara Faison. Audio edited by Cheryl Green.

Read more about the film and the production team.

By Cheryl

An access artist focused on creative, culturally-responsive captions and audio description, podcaster, and filmmaker. 2017 AIR New Voices Scholar, 2020 DOC NYC New Leader, Member-Owner at New Day Films since 2016.