Deaf Conversations About Cinema: Menashe
Menashe is a touching and funny drama, shot in Yiddish in a camera-shy Hassidic neighbourhood in Brooklyn and tells the story of a young widower struggling to appease Orthodox tradition and raise his son without a mother.
The 18:00 screening on Mon 11 Dec will include Descriptive Subtitles and feature an introduction and a post-show discussion with other audience members - which will also feature simultaneous BSL (British Sign Language) interpretation.
From 19:40 please join us for Deaf Conversations About Cinema, an informal discussion about the themes of the film in the Café/Bar (Deaf and hearing audience members are both most welcome). You’ll receive 10% off drinks with your cinema ticket – so grab a glass and let us know your thoughts about Menashe.