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ABC TV Interview

Hilari Scarl was interviewed in the studio by Bridgestreet on ABC while in Syracuse with See What I'm Saying.

 

WE TV/Ladies Home Journal

Winner of the WE Do Good Award

Honored by Marlee Matlin, WE TV and Ladies Home Journal, Hilari was flown to New York to join two other amazing women for a red carpet event honoring women who do good. Hilari received a $5,000 award which she donated to the Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness (GLAD).

  • Donation for $5,000 to GLAD at Espace in New York City.

    Donation for $5,000 to GLAD at Espace in New York City.

  • Award winners with actress Andie MacDowell and Ladies Home Journal Editor-in-Chief Sally Lee.

    Award winners with actress Andie MacDowell and Ladies Home Journal Editor-in-Chief Sally Lee.

  • Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin presents Hilari Scarl her award via video at the red carpet event hosted by Sherri Shepherd.

    Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin presents Hilari Scarl her award via video at the red carpet event hosted by Sherri Shepherd.

 

See What I'm Saying Selected Press


See What I'm Saying
had a sold-out world premiere at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.  iDeaf News covered the event, capturing reactions from the Deaf community.

 

NYTimes

SEE WHAT I'M SAYING :  *CRITIC'S PICK*

"Complex, candid and all-but-essential viewing for hearing audiences, Hilari Scarl's intrepid debut feature, 'See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary,' educates without lecturing and engages without effort."
Read the review

 

variety

"Outstanding"
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venice

"Hilari Scarl sees what we're saying..."
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women and hollywood

Read the interview

 
documentary

Breaking the Sound Barrier: 'See What I'm Saying' Celebrates Deaf Entertainers.
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11 Sound of Metal posterSound of Metal Team honored with Variety Social Impact Award

Variety launched this awards series to highlight film and TV marketing campaigns released over the past year that have made significant social impact on audiences, reflecting relevant and important issues and trends in our culture.

Christian Davin, Global Head of Movie Marketing, Amazon Studios, will accept the film award on behalf of the “Sound of Metal” team. This multi-faceted marketing campaign has showcased the deaf community, which has been generally underrepresented in entertainment and media.

 

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