Netflix Docu about Deaf School

Nyle DiMarco’s new documentary called “Audible” is premiering at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.

DiMarco is one of the executive producers of this coming-of-age tale which follows Maryland School for the Deaf high school athlete Amaree McKenstry and his friends during their senior year. In the film, his father tries to rebuild their relationship while McKenstry deals with the death of a close friend. Director Matt Ogens says:

“Amaree is the only deaf person in his family. They don’t know sign language as well [as he does]. They’re dealing with socio-economic issues. His relationship with his father, his relationship with Teddy… That’s just one thing that they’re dealing with.”

Read more in a story published by Variety here.

Hot Docs is the largest documentary festival in North America and takes place in Toronto. Find info about the documentary on the Hot Docs’ website here.

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