Invitation to the BSL Zone Showcase

Come and watch some great films and television programmes on the big screen made for Deaf people by Deaf people.

Meet the people who work in front of the camera and behind the scenes, and find out how you can get involved.

Tickets cost just £1 each, and the ticket price includes entry to all screenings and a light buffet. Click here to book now.

Time: 15th September 2012 2pm-9pm
Place: Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley Street, London SE1 2HZ

Times

Each screening is followed by a short Q&A session

1pm

Doors Open

2pm

BSLBT welcome you

2.15pm - 3pm

Champion of the World. Neath Productions
Director: Bim Ajadi
A young Deaf athlete fights her way back from injury to compete again

3.05pm - 3.50pm

Life Out There. VS1 Productions
Director: David Ellington
A warm comedy about relationships and discovering that the life you want may be right under your nose

3.55pm - 4.40pm

Punk Chef. Remark! Productions
Writer/Producer: Camilla Arnold.
The Punk Chef meets an unhealthy Deaf family and shows them how to make delicious yet healthy dishes

4.45pm - 5.30pm

Hub Series 2 Programme 8. Remark! Productions
Directors: Fifi Garfield & Angela Spielsinger
News, views and stories from the Deaf Community

5.35pm - 6.55pm

Zoom 2012 films. Neath Films

Little World
Director: Becky Bailey
An animated short. A young Deaf woman remembers her formative year

Crossing The Divide
Director: Cathy Heffernan
A documentary about the relationship between Catholics and Protestants

Strangers
Director: Brian Duffy
A Deaf teenager can suddenly talk to his family due to a visiting interpreter

September 11th
Director: Raabia Hussain
A personal account of a young Muslim woman’s experiences after 9/11

7.00pm - 8.10pm

Zoom Focus 2012 films. Neath Films

You, Me
Director: Simon Herdman
A young Deaf girl learns that Santa is not Deaf, and a Deaf teacher finds a new calling

Confession
Director: Julian Peedle Calloo
An historical drama set during Victorian England

8.15pm - 9.00pm

Still Here. Mutt & Jeff Pictures
Director: Louis Neethling
A comic tale of triumph over adversity