Go See: See Hear’s Sign Language Weekend in Bristol, 2nd-4th October

Posted on September 23, 2015

The BBC’s See Hear programme, which is now in its 35th series, is hosting a weekend of screenings and workshops in Bristol in early October.

At the event, there will be short films, a look at Deaf representation on-screen, as well as special previews of the acclaimed Marie’s Story (starring Deaf lead actress Ariana Rivoire) and Deaf actress Sophie Stone’s appearance in Doctor Who.

There are also Morph model-making workshops for kids and families, DIY filmmaking workshops for 18-24 year olds with award-winning filmmaker Bim Ajadi, and best of all, all tickets are free (and can be booked in advance).

All screenings are subtitled and feature sign language. All presentations and Q&A sessions will include live speech to text transcription and a sign language interpreter. The cinemas also have induction loop systems.

To find out more, click here: http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/season/343/bbc-see-hear-weekend-2015

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