Production

Hear My Hand is currently in development with Mystique Entertainment on a major film project called, SHADOW GUARDIANS (working title)

This intense action feature is scheduled to begin production in 2011 in Atlanta. This will be the first of many film projects we will be co-producing with Mystique Entertainment. These films will have national release in movie theaters around the country and will target both the Deaf and hearing communities.

Please continue to check our website for information regarding casting, crew positions, and extras opportunities.

Our Partners

Hear My Hands and its Producers have received the support of several individuals and organizations over the years. As we continue to develop these relationships, we intend to strengthen our partnerships and client base. With this synergy behind us, we feel comfortable taking on escalating challenges in this industry.

We give thanks to our partners in the Atlanta market and look forward to continued success moving forward.

Mystique Entertainment, LLC.

Mystique Entertainment LLC is an Atlanta based motion picture company that will team up with Hear My Hands in 2010 for the production of the blockbuster feature, “Shadow Guardians.” The Producers of Mystique have collectively managed several productions to include features, commercials, and televised broadcasts. Currently, Mystique Entertainment is working with Hear My Hands to develop “The Southeast Deaf Film Festival.” Please continue to check this website for details.

Blue Horizon Management, LLC.

Blue Horizon Management has continued to support Hear My Hands in its business structure and legal matters. Based out of Atlanta, Georgia, BHM and its team of professionals will oversee all aspects of management, structure, legal, and financial matters.

ASL Inside ATL, LLC.

Partnering company, ASL Inside ATL, LLC. serves the Deaf Community by launching cable and Internet television broadcasts in American Sign Language.

“ASL Inside ATL” presents a cultural alternative to TV programming, in the form of weekly broadcast and webcast shows providing information, education, and entertainment devoted to the millions of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing across the United States who use ASL as their primary or secondary language. Students, interns and members of the Hear My Hands programs and workshops will have the opportunity to put their skills to work on the several shows in development.

Upcoming Broadcasts will include ASL inside ATL Action News, Talking with Ms. Jackson, and Sports Anatomy.