THE SILENCE OF MY HANDS follows Rosa and Saira, two Mexican deaf women in love, as they struggle with the adversities of their language, the distance that separates them - and the limited time that they have together, as an unforeseen illness impacts their relationship.
Manuel Acuña has a degree in Audiovisual Arts from ITESO in Mexico and a Masters in Documentary from EICTV in Cuba. His short films have been exhibited in Mexico, the United States, India, and... more»
Mónica Velasco has a degree in Audiovisual Arts from Guadalajara's ITESO and specialized in Production at Cuba's EICTV. She has also produced short documentaries that have screened at... more»
Rubí Pérez has a degree in Audiovisual Arts from ITESO, specializing in sound design. She is a sound designer on several short films currently screening in national and international... more»
Photo Credit: Manuel Acuña