Find out who owes Deaf You Tube and Deaf TV Channel, People have be emailing asking me to reveal myself so I thought about it and decided to give my fans something. So here you go! To protected myself its locked so you'll need to download a video player to access a private area to view it!. Read more!
Oldest SL Interpreter
Lillian Beard, sign language interpreter, addresses the opening ceremonies of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) conference in 2009. Unfortunately Lillian died last month at the grand old age of 101.Thank you for servicing the USA deaf community almost all your life! Read more!
Princess Diana Signing BSL
A short clip from a documentary of compiled interviews with people who worked with or personally knew Diana, Princess of Wales. This clip shows actual footage of Diana signing, and includes an interview with one of her BSL teachers and mentors who shares his memories of teaching her.. Read more!
Kim gives a brief summary of services she provides as a case manager and an advocate for deaf and hard of hearing available at the Sanderson Community Center for the Deaf and Hearing in Taylorsville, Utah.
National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) asked BSLBT to interview teenage actor William Grint about his experience of acting in the BSLBT commissioned drama Chasing Cotton Clouds, which was directed by Samuel Dore.
Starting in the 1980’s, drama ‘The End’ follows 4 Deaf children over 60 years. After the introduction of a treatment aimed at eradicating deafness, the very survival of Deaf language and culture is at stake. Featuring stunning visual effects and an ensemble cast, ‘The End’ is a thought-provoking alternative vision of the future.
This video clip was taken on 17th May 1992 and it explores an insight of our identity in a British society: Deaf first and Black second or the other way round ? Kevin Buckle, himself Deaf of Jamaican parentage made his debut as a presenter of the ground breaking BBC programme with a brilliant and eloquent interpreter, Sherrie Eugene from Bristol.
See how nervous was he – it seemed he signed in a rather stiffy and wooden manner ! It was his first time on the national TV.
Welcome to Deaf TV Channel - We are pleased that we are here today, our aim is to change your life for the better. There are many barriers the deaf people faced, especially in the media profession. There are many talent deaf filmmakers but sadly they have to use YouTube to get themselves seen. And unfortunately it's a very rare occurrence for us to find a deaf video featured on the front page of YouTube! We are changing that, the new and exciting Deaf TV Channel is here to give you the opportunity to showcase your work and for you to become an instant celebrity!
Our team has received quite a few emails from Deaf film makers across the globe asking us to give them guidance or information in how to get their films out to the millions!
Honestly, we are not the kind of people who has the best expertise in this field so after a research we have come across this brilliant information which will guide you to your dreams of finally becoming a well known film maker!
Read the information here and Good luck!
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Sign Language is Not Universal - Sign language is a method of communication that uses the hands to express words and ideas. People who are deaf or who are hearing impaired often use sign language in addition to reading lips and written communication to communicate....Read more
2010 Movie Trailers
Sex and the City 2 - Released May 2010
The long await part 2 of Sex and the City is finally here and you can watch the movie trailer with Subtitles/Closed Captioned by clicking here Enjoy!