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… Continue reading NINA
Tag: Robert Kingett
Think Higher Think College
This video highlights the many things students with intellectual disability love about college: living in the dorm, taking classes that they choose, making friends, eating good food, participating in campus activities, and being independent. Hear from students and faculty from 5 different college campuses around the country about all the ways everyone benefits from students… Continue reading Think Higher Think College
After a horrific encounter with a stranger, two friends, one blind and other deaf, use their senses to defend themselves from a robbery gone wrong. Things aren’t always what they seem. Audio description writer: Kensuke Nakamura. QC: Robert Kingett. Narrator: Barbara Faison. Audio editing: Thomas Reid. Read more about this short horror film by Alyscia Cunningham… Continue reading Senses
This Is What the World Looks Like When You’re Gone
This documentary short film by Steen Starr is a poetic reflection on love, loss, family, nature, religion and grief. The film will be released in 2023. Audio description written by Cheryl Green, QC by Robert Kingett, and narrated by Oliver Baker.
Superfest Disability Film Festival 2022
The Social Audio Description Collective described three films for the 2022 Superfest Disability Film Festival, which screened both virtually and in person in October: Êxtase (Ecstasy) by Moara Passoni, a feature length Brazilian film in Portuguese, AD written by Cheryl Green, script QC by Nefertiti Matos Olivares, audio edited by Kensuke Nakamura. Narrated by non-collective… Continue reading Superfest Disability Film Festival 2022
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