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How to Deaf

Sat 21 Mar, 2:30pm at Copper Auditorium

Tickets: £6 , approx running time: 78mins

Age: tbc

How to Deaf is a short film programme for D/deaf audiences from London Short Film Festival.

Curated by Deaf programmer, Zoë McWhinney – – LSFF are proud to present a package of award winning and rarely screened short films from around the world for 2020. Featuring…

DACHALIGH / HOME, Will Clark, UK, 2019, 10 mins [BSL and English Subtitles]

Lucy left England for Glasgow, Scotland in search of something new. Starting with nothing we follow her journey as she builds a new life, discovers her inner strength and ultimately the meaning of HOME!

If You Knew, Stroma Cairns, UK, 2019, 6 mins [BSL and English Subtitles]

After months of fighting and no communication, two teenage twin brothers come together to spend a day in Canvey Island.

Intimacy, Ryan & Jackson Hogan, UK, 2018, 19 mins [English Subtitles]

A film told entirely through the alternating perspectives of a deaf woman and a blind man, as they go through the emotional turmoil of their first date.

MÓDIR, Patrick Barklamb, UK, 2019, 5 mins [English Subtitles]

The story of how a young individual, the filmmaker, became deaf in his right ear. This is a portrait and testimony of what his life is now like, reflecting on the experience.

Ernesto, Edgar Murillo, Spain, 2017, 13 mins [English Subtitles]

Ernesto discovers a new disease and doesn’t know how to face it…

A Sonic Pulse, Dorothy Allen-Pickard, UK, 2019 7 mins [BSL and English Subtitles]

Music shouldn’t be defined by hearing people because it’s about feeling vibrations and frequencies

Nice Talking to you, Saim Sadiq, US/Pakistan, 2018, 19 mins [ASL and English Subs]

Two strangers form a silent bond in the world’s loudest city.

The programme is supported by the BFI, awarding funds from The National Lottery.

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