‘Moonlight Sonata’ Director Takes Multigenerational Look At Family Living With Deafness – Sundance Studio – Deadline

In Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements, documentary filmmaker gives a multigenerational exploration of a family living with deafness.

The film is a continuation to her 2007 Sundance award-winning documentary Hear and Now, in which Brodsky documented her parents, who both born deaf, as they undergo cochlear implant surgery that would allow them to hear for the first time in over 60 years. This time Brodsky is featuring her son Jonas who she found out soon after the Sundance premiere of Hear and Now, was also losing his hearing as a baby.

“This film we’re here with this year is really a continuation of our family saga and our experience with deafness, said Brodsky who was joined by her fellow producer Tahria Sheather at Deadline’s Sundance Studio ”

Read more at: https://deadline.com/video/moonlight-sonata-irene-taylor-brodsky-sundance-interview/

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