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This collection of four films is a mixture of documentary, narrative and experimental storytelling that explores themes of Deaf identity with vision, clarity and creativity.

This program's in-person screening at NWFF takes place on Saturday, April 6th at 10am. Get in-person tickets here!

Virtual, In-Person, and Hybrid Festival Passes are also available.

Lucie is a young Deaf woman born into a family of hearing classical musicians. Marginalized by her own family, she makes a choice to claim her own identity after an unexpected encounter with two Deaf people in the park.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    9 minutes
  • Language
    British Sign Language, English
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Subtitle Language
  • Content Warning
    Pre-Teens and older, Identity-Based Prejudice
  • Note
    ID: A poster for “Look at Me” with the title in dark and orange text superimposed over a black and white photo of a group of people sitting with each other. Some of the images have orange tint highlights. Subtitle under the title: “Not everyone speaks the same language.” Small text across the bottom: “A Screen Scotland production in association with GMC films.” Additional text across the bottom, including film awards logos.
  • Director
    Benedetta Zanetti
  • Screenwriter
    Benedetta Zanetti
  • Producer
    Ursula Grant
  • Cast
    Neoh Yew Kim "Yuki"