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A Deaf person is a person who does not hear. There seems to be nothing else to know about deafness, but there is much more. In a world fit for the hearing, Deaf people are faced with communication problems every day: from access to information and culture, to education and training. For over two thousand years and until the second post-war period, Italy’s Deaf people could not enter into marriage, inherit, or have any kind of possession.

The history of the Deaf is unknown to most. It is the story of a community united by a language, a culture, and an identity. The Deaf one, with a capital D.

[Poster image description: Movie poster for “With capital D.” Against a green-blue background, a white woman with blond hair stands with hands on waist. She is wearing a blue shirt and an orange skirt. The shirt has a red shield logo with a white S letter on it. In the upper left corner is a logo with laurel leaves on either side and black text: Best Documentary CineFacts Quarantena Film Festival 2020.” In the upper right corner are two logos for Inmediazione and Otto Per Mille Valdese. White text on bottom: Con La S Maiuscola. Lingua, cultura e identità Sorda. Un documentario di Immediazione. www.immediazione.org.”]

[Movie still image description: An object that looks like a person’s head with eyes showing and grassy hair sprouting from top is on the left side while the background i s blurred.]

  • Year
  • Runtime
    37 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Rating
    Family Friendly
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
    Marco Spanu, Maria Paola Casula, Roberto Farace, Daniela Casula
  • Producer
  • Cast
    Franco Olla, Alessandra Mura, Silvia Usai, Vito Erriu