Go See: Screening of sign language films at London Short Film Festival, 16th January (BSL)

Posted on January 2, 2018


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A screening of sign language films is taking place on 16th January at London Short Film Festival, which has been curated by Zoe McWhinney. More info below, in BSL and English:

Lives in Sign Languages: a screening for Deaf and HoH audiences + intro

A screening of contemporary and archive shorts, exclusively for D/deaf audiences.

Tuesday 16 January 2018 18:30, BFI Southbank

Watch this information in BSL below or scroll down for the information in English (go to the YouTube video page here to turn on captions on the video if you need them).


LSFF present their first screening exclusively for D/deaf audiences, curated by LSFF’s young Deaf programmer Zoe McWhinney.

A selection of thought-provoking archive and contemporary short films bring stories about D/deaf culture and experience to the big screen.

All films will include BSL dialogue and/or subtitles, and an extended introduction to the programme will be fully supported by BSL interpreters and subtitles.

With the support of the BFI, awarding funds from The National Lottery.

Cutting the Edge of a Free Bird
US. Jade Bryan. 15min

The Silent Child
UK. Chris Overton. 20min

UK. Max Clendaniel. 10min

The Sound of Fear
US. Colin Campbell. 8min

SIGN: A silent short film
US. Andrew Keenan-Bolger. 15min

My House
UK. William Horsefield. 8min

UK. Samuel Ash. 5min

For tickets, go to: http://bit.ly/DdeafaudiencesBFI

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