1ST FEATURE FILM ABOUT BLACK DEAF CULTURE RELEASED!


 Check out a positive film review by FILM THREAT!!

Ann Marie "Jade" Bryan is promoting her new work as "the first ever feature film about deaf black culture." Indeed, it is startling to see a new drama with a deaf central character ("Children of a Lesser God" came out nearly a quarter-century ago) and it is equally rare to find someone other than Tyler Perry making a contemporary film with African Americans as the romantic leads. Read more

New DVD release of feature film, "IF YOU COULD HEAR MY OWN TUNE!"

THE FIRST EVER FEATURE FILM ABOUT DEAF BLACK CULTURE!
 
Get your copy for $29.95 now from the only distribution company, Jade Films and Entertainment and get it in January 2012!  

Please note that this rate does not applies to educational institutions and ASL classes. Visit the website to get more information. 

Check out the movie trailer!




Read article by Dominion of New York by Kelly Virella
Deaf Black Filmmaker Breaks New Ground in Film! (Dead link)

ABOUT THE MOVIE

SYNOPSIS

Set in NYC, Carefree Somalia (Sylvie Marc-Charles) seemed pretty content with life: Got a good-looking boyfriend, Zavier (Omar Jaslin) for a musician, is in school to become a fashion designer, got her own place, is extrovert, likes to hit up the clubs just to feel the music, and has her own circle of friends who accepts her for who she is. A recurring complication soon becomes an issue between Somalia and her boyfriend that bifurcate their relationship. Her relationship with Zavier is put to the test when every personal experience becomes communal.

DIRECTOR'S NOTE

The film underscores the integration of the relationship between the hearing and the Deaf communities as well as other cultures. We believe in integration and interaction that places strong emphasis in addressing communication barriers and toppling them. There are issues we would like to address for the lack of representation, inappropriate exploitations, and negative stereotyping and ineffective exposure.


Working with Canara Price, the lead voice actor for the main character, Somalia
Attendees waiting in line to buy tickets.Entertaining one of the guests, Rocco!Actresses Jubil Khan and voice actor, Canara PriceThe sponsors of the event, Mike Sorace and Sean O'BrienAttendees waiting for the opening of 
IF YOU COULD HEAR MY OWN TUNE 
 Doing my welcome speech
 Post Screening Panel discussion - Omar Jaslin and Evan Armbrister, actors for 
If You Could Hear My Own Tune
Voice actors, Taina Elena and Canara Price and Omar Jaslin
 Post screening party at the Apple Restaurant with Tamika Brooks
 My family - brother, Andrew Bryan and sister, Marcia Bryan-Brown

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