Julie Engaas' short film "Sound Shadows" will be part of the annual ReelAbilities film festival. The documentary will be shown Saturday February 11 at 2 pm at Cullen Library and 4 pm at the JCC in Manhattan.
"Many people think that I live in darkness, but before my eyes there is nothing; just air." In "Sound of Shadows" you enter a world where sound gives shape to space. Reel Encounters 2012 is the film festival’s series of short films, which includes "Sound Shadows" by Norwegian Julie Engaas, which is about experiencing the world without sight. The series will be shown on February 11 at 2pm and 4pm.
ReelAbilities is the largest film festival of its kind in the country. It presents major films from around the world on a variety of topics by and about people with disabilities. The 4th addition of the annual New York festival runs Feb 9-14.
Click here to read more about Reel Encounters and the venues: http://newyork.reelabilities.org/films/view/reel-encounters-2012