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‘Encanto’ Hit Song ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’ Gets ASL Music Video



Disney Music Group has teamed up with Deaf West Theatre, a Tony award-winning agency, to launch an American Sign Language mannequin of the hit music “We Don’t Communicate About Bruno” from Walt Disney Animation’s “Encanto” in celebration of Friday’s Worldwide Day of Sign Languages.

The video choices an all-deaf Colombian and Hispanic stable, utilizing every American Sign Language and Colombian Sign Language in order so as to add additional layers of authenticity to the music. The sung English lyrics had been translated into ASL and CSL by a workforce of sign language choreographers who labored by the use of the textual content material to look out an appropriate signed translation of the music for the video.

Featured throughout the video are Nataly Barahona (Pepa), Andres (Flash), Otalora (Felix), Donna Valverde (Mirabel and Abuela), Jasmine Garcia (Isabela), Joseph Rocha (Camilo) and Andrea Rodriguez (Dolores). Principle creatives embody Donna Valverde and Nataly Barahona (ASL Choreographers), Andres Otalora (Director of Photographs) and Austin Balaich (Editor).

“The impression this film has on children can’t be dismissed. The overwhelming majority of Deaf children are born to listening to households and usually the one publicity to the group and sign language is through films like this,” acknowledged DJ Kurs, Deaf West’s Creative Director of the optimistic impression collaborations like these might make. “By working with Disney Music Group on rising the entry to one amongst their songs to the Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities brings us immense pleasure.”

The distinctive motion picture soundtrack for the film choices eight distinctive songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda, with an distinctive ranking by Academy Award-nominated composer Germaine Franco. The soundtrack held the No. 1 place on the Billboard 200 album chart for 9 non-consecutive weeks and the three-times platinum-certified “We Don’t Communicate About Bruno” topped the Scorching 100 chart for five weeks. Furthermore, the soundtrack and music held the No. 1 place on the Billboard 200 and Scorching 100 concurrently for five consecutive weeks.

Watch the official ASL video for “We Don’t Communicate About Bruno” beneath.

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