Hilari Scarl

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Hilari Scarl is an award-winning writer/director/producer who was chosen by Steven Spielberg out of 12,000 filmmakers to appear his television show On the Lot. Her multi-award-winning feature film See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary received Critics' Pick in the New York Times, a theatrical release in 600 cities and is available... See full bio »

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 2020 The Singletons (Short) (producer)
 2007 Ditto (Short) (producer)
 2007 Snips & Snails (Short) (producer)
 2006 Worldplay (Video documentary) (executive producer)
 2006 Paving the Way (TV Short) (producer)
 2006 Most Shocking (TV Series documentary) (segment producer - 8 episodes)
- Undercover Stings (2006) ... (segment producer)
- Stopped by the Law (2006) ... (segment producer)
- Robberies & Holdups (2006) ... (segment producer)
- Deadly Force (2006) ... (segment producer)
- Dangerous Drivers (2006) ... (segment producer)
 2001 Fortune Inn (Short) (associate producer)
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Other Works:

(April 22 to 27, 2003) Her play, "Cozenage," was performed in a Take Ten ( A collection of Ten-Minute Plays) Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 2002-2003 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Wendy McClellan was director.

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Hilari became fluent in American Sign Language after touring with the Tony Award winning National Theater of the Deaf and working in the Deaf community for over 25 years. She has served as an advocate, ally and educator in Hollywood.

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