Documentary movie on three international Deaf families to be shown in Osaka in October

Deaf family in Japan, Canada, and South Korea

A Documentary movie, titled "A Deaf Family in Japan, Canada, and South Korea" (65 minutes, Japanese-captioned) will be shown in Osaka City on October 4, Sunday.

The Deaf family in each country is introduced in the movie.

The movie was produced based on the concept: family ties are the same in spite of different languages in Japan, Canada, and South Korea.

The movie tells us that love of the Deaf parents to their Deaf children is the same in spite of cultural differences in these countries.

While the Studio AYA, led by Ayako Imamura, a Deaf director, filmed each family in Japan and Canada, the Deaf Media, a South Korean visual production group, did the part on South Korea.

Source in Japanese:

No comments: