The Silent Child and 3 films about communication | Friday 2 Oct | 6:30pm | Rated: PG/Exempt | $10 | Fundraiser
We're delighted to be screening this Oscar winning film at Confluence Cinema in support of Whanganui's Hearing Association and their fundraising auction on Saturday 5 Sep to help Shona Beamsly. The filmmakers have generously offered this film to us in leu of any licence fee as they are keen for as many people to see this important message about communication.
This screening includes three superb short films on the subject of listening and communication from the award-winning LoadingDocs. This is a unique chance to see some fantastic cinematic short films on the big screen in Whanganui.
Homing - have you ever really listened to your own home?
DIR Andrew Scott | Rated: Exempt
Conversations with pets - Imagine if you could have a conversation with your pet… Faye Rogers can.
DIRs Justin Hawkes and Ian Hart | Rated: Exempt
Hear Me Out - Mojo Mathers, Aotearoa’s first deaf MP, has one last chance to open the door for people with disabilities to fully participate in democracy.
DIR Jason Boberg | Rated: Exempt
The Silent Child - A deaf 6-year-old girl named Libby lives in a world of silence until a caring social worker teaches her to use sign language to communicate.
See all four wonderful films in great company and comfort at Confluence Cinema, plus all of your entrance ticket fee will be donated to the Hearing Association's fundraiser for Shona Beamsley.
Total runtime: 60 mins (approx.)