See What I'm Saying Movie

I am a little behind in my blog, as we just announced our world premiere of See What I'm Saying - March 18, 2010 at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood and have been swamped with emails. This premiere kicks off our theatrical opening in Los Angeles March 19th at the Fairfax Cinemas on Beverly Boulevard.

I landed at Sundance this past week after the announcement to do some business, see some films and take a few days to breath some mountain air when I got the news that we are premiering in NYC on April 9th at the Village East Cinemas. I couldn't stop jumping up and down!

I was immediately overwhelmed by the amount of work that is coming my way when I received a fan letter that made me remember one of the reasons why I am doing this film. With the writer's permission, I would like to share this with all of you. I hope it touches you as it touched me.

CONGRATULATIONS!    I am so excited for you and everyone involved with "See What I'm Saying." My family & I saw your movie here in Philadelphia and it was fabulous.  We are new to the Deaf Culture due to my son's hearing loss and this was a wonderful introduction.  To see the struggles and most importantly, the triumphs, of these four individuals living their lives and pursuing their dreams was a great mind-expanding experience.  My son, who was 14 years old at the time, was greatly impressed.

If your production makes its way to the East Coast again, specifically Philadelphia & surrounding areas - I will recommend that everyone I know go see it!   
Best of luck to all of you!! Chr*s Schwartz


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Hilari Scarl

Hilari Scarl
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Hilari Scarl is the director/producer of the feature film "See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary." This blog is a journey of thoughts about the film.
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An award-winning documentary that follows four well-known entertainers in the deaf community: a comic, a drummer, an actor and a singer as they overcome personal obstacles and celebrate professional landmarks.

Running time: 90 minutes
Rated PG-13

Directed and produced by
Hilari Scarl
© 2010

Available for bookings.
The DVD is now on sale!