A Permanent Grave: A Behind Scene

With my very small role as Principal Routhier in Mosdeux’s new movie, “A Permanent Grave”, this vlog discuss my awesome ‘behind scene’ experience.Β Enjoy!


  • Patrick Tarchuk 17 years ago

    Hi Joey,

    I know you from Gallaudet University when we were in the sociology class in 1986 under Mr Y. Anderson.

    You look great!

    I look forward to seeing mosdeux’s new movie. I also enjoy your vlog! Keep it up, dude.


  • Julie Rems-Smario 17 years ago

    Great vlog. I can say that I agree with you that Mosdeux experience is an AMAZING one! Thanks for sharing your acting experience.

  • Susan 17 years ago

    I like the behind-the-scenes part where they pushed the chair trolley for the camera man to have a smooth motion in his camera πŸ™‚

    thanks for sharing, it was interesting to watch.

  • IamMine 17 years ago

    When I first saw you in the movies, I giggled and couldn’t believe it!!!

    I almost e-mailed you, but thought better not!

    That was, I think, a once-in-lifetime opportunity!!

    I’d probably have a nervous breakdown! πŸ˜‰

    Thanks so much for sharing with us – it’s much better than finding out about it from a 3rd party such as newspaper, etc.

    You and Mosdeux did a wonderful job in that area – keeping us in the loop and making us feel part of the whole thing!

    I’m glad you had a wonderful experience, Joey! πŸ˜€

    I cannot wait to see the movie!!

  • Judge 17 years ago

    I’ll tell you if you are doing good on the movie!! We are the ones to tell you not the other way around!

    We (yeah, people you know!) are optimistic that you were doing good job! Bottom line is that you had fun & experience!


  • Jac 17 years ago

    Wow! Congrats! You got a great experience in the movie! I really enjoyed your Vlog!

    I couldn’t wait to see the movie!

    Thanks for sharing this with us!

  • William Baim 17 years ago

    Thanks for sharing ur experience in the movie in ur vlog with us. Boy, I believe that u look like a natural actor in your brief movie clip. Keep acting and vloggggiinngggg. Wm

  • Jessica Phillips 17 years ago

    Last night I watched Bloopers on TV. I didn’t get the name of the person but he looked very familiar. But he also looked just like you. The hairstyle and color of hair and all.

    Maybe another possible acting role for you is to be the Deaf version of that host for the Deaf version of Bloopers, mmm?? Haha.

    Anyway, looking forwward to seeing the film. I’ll bet you were excited to be working with Howie!

  • M. Johnson 17 years ago

    Hi Joey,

    What a great experience you have! Thanks so much for showing us the behind-the-scenes. I learn a few things…interesting!

    I know it is a lot of work on V-Log thing and your time!

    Thank you!

  • Penny 17 years ago

    You are in the movie! Oh, you will be more famous now. Opps you already are anyway! I recalled you on the stage one time…danced with your cutie beret cap. I am not surprised that you did well in the movie. You are photogenic and handsome. Hey! Joey is married! He is unavailable! Ha! I enjoyed watching how this film produced and seeing Deaf directors and producers ran the show. Pah! Thanks for sharing, Joey!

  • Jean Boutcher 17 years ago

    Joey! You have absolutely no idea how speechless and joyous with goose bumps I was whilst watching your vlog. Deaf people of Generation X, including yourself, make a dream come true in this new millennium. So joyous to witness the deaf crew trolley to make a movie! You and your generation make it happen. I truly wish Gil Eastman had seen this. His eyes would have been filled with joyous tears. His favourite saying is: “Deaf people can do it.”

  • MikeS 17 years ago

    Good exp. for you.

  • Toby Welch 17 years ago

    Joey! Way to go! I am sure that it was a unique experience for you! I was involved movies/shows with Christian organization. It was good experience. Thank you for telling what it likes to be involved acting. I am looking forward to watching when it comes release.

  • geo wilding 17 years ago

    hey Joey!! you are a basketball star in NWAAD and now you are a movie star–A WAY TO GO!!!

  • Howie Seago 17 years ago

    Hey Joey,
    It was really nice to work with you even though our scene together was very intense. It was great to see your wife Julie again who I had not seen since Rainbow’s End in 1978. I am sure your Video Production students will benefit greatly from your experience.

  • Mia 17 years ago

    You deserve new acting without no experience, I hope that the Modesux movie do well and hit a bet if these people like it or not. By the way, i saw powerful your other video since i saw the deafread.com and i have it too! Thank for our sharing!

  • Ovi 17 years ago

    Ahhhhh…. WOW! That is good! Congrats!!! Don’t worry – you will be fine in the film. I could not wait to see that film. I am all looking forward to seeing!!! I am not surprised – they would ask you to be a part again in someday!!!

  • LaRonda 17 years ago


    We’ve known you have a gift! The camera loves you! I look forward to your first movie! Great to have the teaser!

    ~ LaRonda

  • Kerri Kalinec 17 years ago

    WONDERFUL!!! I enjoyed this blog – I’m so happy for you! Not surprised that it was a great experience. I’d love to do that one day – I’m always so fascinated with the production of it all.

    Thanks for sharing your experience and as always, you’re so easy to understand which makes your vlogs more fun to watch!

    Can’t wait to see the movie – bravo to you and all the folks involved with the movie!!

  • Tara (MO) 17 years ago

    Awesome! I can’t wait to see it, the movie itself! πŸ™‚

  • Judge 17 years ago

    Hey Joey,

    Just saw the first part. Impressive job you did!

    The film has the trademark of Mosdeux’s. Perfect color, characteristics, personality, etc.

    We got to wait 2 weeks for next showing on hovrs website.

    Again, my wife and I want to express our congratulatory hands-wave for you!!

    Also, way to go Mosdeux!

  • Ron 17 years ago

    Welcome to Acting 101. Great job, Principal Baer! Well the truth showed Joey Baer is Joey Baer regardless what you do or did: acting, vlogging, playing basketball, to name a few.

  • David Burch 17 years ago

    Hello again ! Great work of vlogging. I plan to have one of my own someday. Keep up the good work! Deaf people are the most creative people of the world!

  • Jose Soriano 17 years ago

    Hey Joey!

    Wow! I’m Surprised that u in of the Films make me Shocked! wow! i want so badly go to there that kinda of the Something. Wow! I hope can i have own anything for Forward about Deaf power! I’m so Glad Deaf have to learn for Techingoloy. Thank for ur sharing with us so Excellent!

  • teresa 17 years ago


    can i have your autograph?!

    πŸ™‚ good job, joey

  • Tami 17 years ago

    I am thrilled that you are in the movie! MORE DEAF ACTRESS/ ACTORS!

  • Tad Yamada 17 years ago

    Hey Joey,

    Wow you are looking like professional actor. You might start to take courses for actor. Hope you will become professional actor like Howie Seoga someday.


  • MissJoy 17 years ago

    Hi Joey,

    Although, I was an extra (churchlady) shot in the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral, I am so honored to be in your good company. I was curious to know when/where “The Permanent Grave” is scheduled to debut? (my -5- seconds of fame)

  • Concerned Deaf Citizen 17 years ago

    Hi Joey,

    I would love to watch your performance of \”A Permanent Grave\’?\” BUT unfortunately I could not get into those six movies because I had to get fully membership of HOVRS VIP purple.. and then I could watch those movies… however I dont have VP at my home and I dont live in this country.. I live outside country…  Why didn\’t HOVRS think of international Deaf viewers??  How can they, like myself, have an access???


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