Disability Short Films
Kalai Vanen is a 62 year old, Amputee Fitness Coach with over 80 clients, and has been a fitness coach for the last 10 years. Kalai Vanen competed in the Asean Para-olympic games in 2015. Kalai has 2 grown children and a wife. However, life wasn’t always like this for him. In 1982, Kalai found out he had a tumour and had to be dismissed from the Singapore army in effect to that. For the next 7 years, he is in a dilemma to amputate his legs because of his mother of old age. In the cause of that, his condition worsened. The pain grew beyond physical and Kalai was running out of hope. By 1987, the tumour grew to be 32 inches wide. He is lost, distraught up till he met Jin, his then ex-classmate, now wife. Kalai eventually found his purpose in life once again and proceeded with the amputation before moving forward in life. However, life wasn’t always that easy. With the lack of tertiary education, Kalai finds himself jobless. Until… A couple went up to the gym and asked him to train them. That changed his life forever.
Eyeland Of The Soul Ep 2: The Aquarium
Follow us and get to know more about Joshua, an undergraduate student from Singapore Management University (SMU). Recently, he even won the Goh Chok Tong Enable Awards. As a motivated individual, Joshua does not let his visual impairment stop him from helping others, going to university, and impacting others through public speaking.
Eyeland Of The Soul Ep 4: Vision
Mr. Quek Hong Choon is a social service professional at Sun-Dac. He lost his normal vision about five years ago. Nevertheless, he does not let his visual impairment stop him from helping those with other disabilities! Follow us to know more about his story and journey.
ANGGITA: Pride In The Sound of Silence
Looking into the life of an Indonesian deaf futsal player, Anggita. She has made Indonesia in the deaf futsal sport known internationally as ranked 3rd in the Pacific Pacific deaf futsal competition in Bangkok, Thailand. With all of her achievements, we look deeper into her relationships with fellow human beings and those closest to her.[Now On Vee!] Filmmaker, Albertus, is currently raising funds for his new project, 'Pontianak, 1989', a documentary about the importance of memory. Learn more about his campaign and support him here!