The Dance of Words

The Dance of Words

Over 200,000 people in Canada are deaf. For deaf francophones, Quebec Sign Language is essential to both their identity and their connection to the deaf community. In the past decades, parents and doctors have pushed for hearing aids, cochlear implants and a mainstream education for deaf kids. Yet this thrust into the hearing world has come at a price for some deaf students, who may have trouble following classroom activities and end up being marginalized.

The Dance of Words features young artists who have embraced their deaf identity in adulthood after spending a difficult childhood in the grey zone between hearing culture and deaf culture. These emerging artists show how they are using the arts to build a deaf culture that makes them proud. They shine a spotlight on their community while promoting and advancing deaf culture with a keen sensitivity.

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Générique
  • rédaction
    Yves Étienne Massicotte
  • recherche
    Yves Étienne Massicotte
  • réalisation
    Yves Étienne Massicotte
  • caméra
    François Vincelette
    Jean-Pierre St-Louis
    Carl Elster
  • son
    Mélanie Gauthier
    Olivier Léger
  • montage
    Louise Côté
  • musique originale
    Daniel Toussaint
  • recherche
    Doris Lapierre
    Chantal Deguire
  • conception sonore
    Daniel Toussaint
  • montage sonore
    Daniel Toussaint
  • *
    Lise Wedlock
  • enregistrement voix
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • *
    Serge Boivin
  • producteur
    Anne-Marie Rocher
    Dominic Desjardins
  • producteur exécutif
    Jacques Turgeon
    Dominic Desjardins