Everyone Will Love These Open Captioned Movies – Singles, Married, Even Widows;)

Saturday, December 8

Movie: Green Book
The Avalon Theatre, Washington, DC
11:00 AM

Movie: The Grinch
Regal Gallery Place 14, Washington, DC
2:00 PM

Sunday, December 9

Movie: Widows
Regal Gallery Place 14, Washington, DC
12:35 PM

Movie: Maria by Callas
Old Greenbelt Theatre, Greenbelt, MD
3:00 PM

Movie: The Favourite
AFI Silver Theatre, Silver Spring, MD
3:50 PM

Theater: Cinema Arts Theatre, Fairfax, VA
Theater Website: http://cinemaartstheatre.com/

  • Widows 7:00 PM
  • Green Book 7:10 PM
  • Bohemian Rhapsody 7:20 PM
  • At Eternity’s Gate 7:40 PM
  • A Private War 7:50 PM

Theater: University Mall Theatres, Fairfax, VA
Theater Website: http://www.universitymalltheatres.com/

  • First Man 7:00 PM
  • Overlord 7:15 PM
  • Venom 7:30 PM

Monday, December 10

Movie: Bohemian Rhapsody
Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market, Washington, DC
7:20 PM

Tuesday, December 11

Movie: The Wife
Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market, Washington, DC
7:40 PM

Wednesday, December 12

Movie: Widows
Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market, Washington, DC
7:00 PM

Thursday, December 13

Movie: Maria by Callas
The Avalon Theatre, Washington, DC
11:30 AM


Thanks to DC Deaf Moviegoers for the movie times!


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A Tanker Truck Walked Into A Bar…

Live Webinar – A Tanker Truck and Legal Equivalency

December 13th, 2018

8:00pm – 10:00pm (adjust for your time zone)

0.2 PS CEUs


This LIVE Webinar will be presented by Eric Workman

This course is designed to emphasize the importance of content carryover between English and ASL

when the source language is English and the target language is ASL. Participants will review commonly

used litanies and verbiage used within the legal system including the witness͛ oath, guilty plea waiver of

Constitutional rights, and the Miranda Warning.

Education Objectives include: participants defining content carryover and legal equivalency, defining

and understanding concepts of knowingly, voluntarily, and intellectually and how this theory applies to

legal interpreting, and being able to apply their knowledge of material through discussion and text


http://ceusonthego.com/activities/ and click the ͚LIVE Webinars͛ dropdown

The webinar starts at 8:00pm SHARP, so don͛t be late!

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More Accessible Available Jobs!!

Recently, we’ve seen a HUGE growth in the number of jobs and hours of work our customers have trusted our agency with. This growth has challenged us in gaining coverage from our pool of subcontractors.

To help make our needs more transparent, we’ve created a new Available Jobs web page! You can access the web page directly using the following link or from the “Interpreters” or “Resource” menus on our website (http://www.hissign.com/available-jobs.html).

On this new web page you will find four sections: an overview video, available jobs report, FAQ, and a feedback form.

We plan on updating this information daily by 9:00am, containing all of the open jobs as of the time we pull the report.

There is no way for you to “accept” a job on this page. You can continue to accept work on eRSP (https://hissign.ersp.biz/#ADMIN) as you currently do, use the form found on the web page, send an email to TerpAdmin@HISsign.com, or call us at 877-886-8879 x2.

In the upper, right-hand corner, there is a “Share” button. If you know of anyone that is looking for work, feel free to share with anyone you feel would benefit from working at HIS Sign!

All of us here at HIS Sign would like to Thank You for being a part of our Team! If you’re not currently a part of our team, we look forward to having you on board soon!


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Speaking of the Ridloffs…

Doug Ridloff, husband of Tony nominated actor Lauren Ridloff (more about her in my Nov 3rd post), is a

poet, artist, actor, and executive director of ASL-Slam.

The following video clip is of Doug at Signtalk’s 21st Anniversary Gala in New York City performing a

moving visual poem.

As a signer, actor, and human being really, I find his poem to be beautiful to watch! He has the interpreter stop voicing and allows the poem to speak for itself. And it does!

So please, take three minutes out of your day and watch.

And please, let us know what you think!

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Interpreter Book Discussion

December Interpreter Book Discussion:

“The Color of Water”

by: James McBride

Session runs: December 1 – 31, 2018

0.7 RID Professional Studies CEUs available

Cost: $82

Location: On-line

Register until 12/5/18

More information & Registration: http://www.iceucentral.com

*there is no specific time participants need to be on-line. Learn more at the website.

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