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In the Land of the Blind (Regione Caecorum)
Directed by
Drew Goldsmith

USA / 2013 / 3

New York Premiere
English, and American Sign with subtitles

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The 16th century humanist, Erasmus, espoused “In regione caecorum rex est luscus,” which translated means, “In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.” But contemporary, social models of disability challenge Erasmus’s logic. If a society is built with blind persons as the norm, it might be the person with sight who feels disabled, as this short stop-motion animation illustrates.
Director of short documentaries, No Pity(2009) and Treasure Diversity (2008). This film is Drew Goldsmith's first in the medium of stop motion animation.
Producer(s): Rolling Credit, LLC
Director(s): Drew Goldsmith
Screenwriter(s): Drew Goldsmith


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