Join us for a night of unheard stories
The next screenings of the Unheard Stories Film Festival will be held at Glenbrook Cinema, Blue Mountains; Cameo Cinema, Burwood; and Star Cinema, Eaglehawk:
Thu 26 May 2022, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cnr Ross St & Great Western Highway Glenbrook NSW 2773
Thu 30 Jun 2022, 7:00 pm – 9:00pm AEST
Eaglehawk Town Hall, 2 Peg Leg Road, Eaglehawk VIC 3556
The Unheard Stories Film Festival premiered on 3 March, World Hearing Day, at Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick. During 2022, it’s travelling around Australia. This unique film festival spotlights Deaf and hard of hearing storytellers to explore and celebrate the diversity of lived experience. If you would like to organise a screening at cinema near you, please contact email@example.com
Thu 4 Aug 2022, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEST
1628 Burwood Hwy, Belgrave VIC 3160
Hear Me Out (run time 9 minutes)
This documentary focuses on the experiences of Sue Walters and Jackson Tait. The narrative explains how Sue and Jackson came to have cochlear implants and features a short interview with Prof Bill Gibson.
Hear Me Out was a winner at the London Independent Film Awards 2021.
In English with English subtitles
Marcus Van Altena
Marcus Van Altena
We Hear You (run time 40 minutes)
We Hear You depicts the stigmas and challenges of living with hearing loss. Executive produced by three women with hearing loss, the documentary was conceived, filmed and directed across two continents, all during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We Hear You was a winner at the Cannes World Film Festival 2021, this is an Australian premiere.
In English and Spanish with English subtitles
Deafying Gravity (run time 14 minutes)
Deaf queer aerial performer Katia Schwartz reflects on life, identity and her extraordinary career in this compelling documentary short from emerging Deaf filmmaker Samuel Martin (Sam I Am).
Deafying Gravity premiered at the Sydney Film Festival in 2021, this is the first time it has had national screenings.
In Auslan with English subtitles
Danni Wright, Samuel Martin
Amplify This! (run time 16 minutes)
Showcasing the diversity of lived experience by spotlighting individual stories, this short documentary explores the issues of identity, access and belonging for people who are Deaf and people who have hearing loss.
This is a world premiere and exclusive cinema release.
In English and Auslan with English subtitles
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