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  FILMS Through Deaf Eyes (2007) This documentary is packed with historical information about the history of Deaf education in the United States and the continuing social and political challenges that the American Deaf community faces. While it is impossible to fully capture over 200 years of experiences in one documentary, this film is a good introduction and springboard into conversations about and awareness of Deaf culture in the United States. Bread—Modern Marvels (2011) This…

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  By Zachary Stevens FILMS Noises Off…(1992) Experience the chaos and hilarity of actors trying to put on a show. NOISES OFF! is an outrageously funny look at the love, lies, and deceit that take place behind the scenes as a group of ridiculously inept stage actors rehearse a Broadway-bound play! Just when members of this chaotic cast finally get their performances right, everything starts going wrong! African Spirit (2008)  African Spirit is a documentary…

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FILMS Casanova (2005) Heath Ledger brings the larger-than-life rogue Casanova to life in 18th Century Venice, complete with gondolas, piazzas and masquerades. Following the scandalously funny exploits of the iconic anti-hero as he breaks hearts and even destroys a few marriages, the rich environment of Venice seeps in, bringing with it some fantastic glimpses of period life as well as some commedia costumes popular at the time. When the original ladies’ man meets a woman who…

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  FILMS La belle et la bête (1947) Director Jean Cocteau’s mystical and visually arresting film version of the classic Beauty and the Beast story line proves to be even more timeless than Disney’s popular adaptation. Relying primarily on his stunning visuals and tableaus to tell the story, Cocteau communicates in a universal language the conflict, love, and heartbreak of the unforgettable fairy tale. Get swept away by Cocteau’s vision by experiencing the classic on the…

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