The Listening Project

Tucker Maxon School and AG Bell Oregon present the Oregon premiere of THE LISTENING PROJECT.

The profound impact of technology on the lives and identities of young deaf adults is explored in the documentary film THE LISTENING PROJECT. Fourteen young deaf people tell stories beginning with a childhood wide-eyed about sound, into the growing pains of adolescence and, eventually, their professional lives. Sometimes humorous, always tender, THE LISTENING PROJECT is a timely coming-of-age story, one we haven’t heard before.

See a preview New York Times Op Doc here.

The film will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Irene Brodsky Taylor (Emmy and Peabody Award winner). Irene is the mother and daughter of deaf people who each wear cochlear implants. The Q&A will be followed by a preview of Irene’s forthcoming film MOONLIGHT SONATA. Contact the theatre in advance for information about assistive technology.

This event is free but tickets are required. Click on the showtime to reserve yours now.

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Assistive Listening
Wheelchair accessible