Join us for an informal discussion and share your thoughts about Pedro Almodovar’s latest film Julieta .
Pedro Almodovar returns to his roots with Julieta, his latest female-focused study of love and loss. The film is adapted from three short stories from the Nobel Prize-winning Canadian author, Alice Munro. The story itself follows Julieta a Spanish classics teacher, as she falls in love, has a child, and struggles to find redemption.
After the screening, the audience will be invited to Watershed Café/Bar, where there will be a short introduction, followed by an informal discussion about the themes of the film, with BSL interpretation; all Deaf and hearing audiences members are welcome.
If you have a ticket to the 6:20pm screening of Julieta you will also receive 10% off your drinks at the Café/Bar – so do please come along, grab a glass and let us know your thoughts about Julieta.
If you can’t make it to the screening don’t worry, you’re more than welcome to come along and join in the discussion starting at 7:50pm.
NB: Julieta is a Spanish language film with English subtitles throughout. The non-dialogue parts won’t be subtitled and Watershed hope this will not affect your enjoyment of the film.
Why is this part of Doing Things Differently?
Watershed want to be as welcoming, inclusive and accessible for everyone. They have been working to develop their services and programme for Deaf and hard of hearing audience members, supported by David Ellington, a Deaf British Sign Language user, filmmaker and artist. The monthly Deaf Conversations About Cinema event, is part of Watershed’s ongoing accessibility work.