Bob Kane is the biggest liar in comics, and Bill Finger is out to prove it. Watch the two tussle over who created Batman, and who screwed who out of a junk culture legacy, all during an imaginary battle inside Bill Finger's mind!
Helen Keller And Me
Helen Keller performed on vaudeville for five years after surviving a plagiarism scandal, grinding through a flopped biopic, and losing cash on the lecture circuit. While her cheery attitude and clever mind charmed audiences, how real was her invitation into a deaf and blind woman's world? Why do we think of her as an inspiration, instead of a flesh and blood woman? Join struggling academic Sarah Bowden as she unpack how we all understand Helen Keller.
When movie star Max is cast as a wounded World War I vet in an upcoming prestige pic, he must learn how to perform disability for the camera. Who better to help shape his physicality than ex-flame and hotshot choreographer Hannah? And her colleague Austin, who lost the role to Max, and who lives with a disability. Yup, this won't get awkward at all.
The Magnificent Masked Hearing Aid
Ask Tess if the real guy is Superman or Clark Kent; she’ll say glasses make the man. But when she learns she’ll go deaf by age thirty, her confidence falls. How she feels about the Man of Steel, which art school to go to, whether to get a risky surgical implant to restore her hearing -- everything’s up in the air, unless Tess decides what defines her identity: her abilities, or how she masks them.