Thursday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Duke Energy Convention Center
525 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
General Admission tickets are $11.00. Click here to purchase tickets.
Based on a true story, The Voice of the Voiceless shatters our ideas about film, storytelling, and sound. Olga, a teenager with hearing impairment, is lured from Central America to New York City under the false promise of attending a Christian sign language school. Once she arrives, Olga finds herself a slave to an international criminal syndicate. Forced to sell “I am deaf” trinkets on the subway, Olga is trapped inside a nightmare that will not end while we, the audience, are trapped with her.
The ReelAbilities Film Festival
In 2012, Cincinnati, Ohio was the first city to follow in New York’s footsteps by hosting a ReelAbilities Film Festival. Since then, the festival has spread to over a dozen cities in North America, and we have received more than 500 films for consideration submitted from across the globe. In 2014, the festival’s national headquarters moved to Cincinnati where it is being managed by a nonprofit, Living Arrangements for Developmentally Disabled (LADD), Inc.