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Confession

directed by Julian Peedle-Calloo

Confession

Set in the aftermath of the Milan Conference, which promoted oralism over Sign language, “Confession” is a historical drama set during the Victorian era depicting the culture battle between oralism and Signing in the Deaf community. Featuring the real historical figures of Alexander Graham Bell and Reverend Francis Maginn as they battle for the future of Deaf culture, the film depicts the true consequences of the Milan conference held 10 years previously.

Run time: 24 min. | United Kingdom | 2012
Directed By: Julian Peedle-Calloo

Links:
IMDB | Trailer

Tickets & Schedule

Friday, April 1

7:00 pm 4/1 at Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA, 98122

Family Matters


Films

Confession

Julian Peedle-Calloo | 24 min.

In Remembrance of My Son

Shane Frazel | 17 min.

The Last Words

Keegan Mullin | 19 min.

Oneness

Kaela Mangiaracina | 12 min.

Strangers

Brian Duffy | 12 min.

September 11

Raabia Hussain | 11 min.

A series of diverse protagonists finding their footing in life. 

Q & A panel with two directors and reception to follow after this. Drinks and Appetizers will be provided. 

Family Matters


Films

Confession

Julian Peedle-Calloo | 24 min.

In Remembrance of My Son

Shane Frazel | 17 min.

The Last Words

Keegan Mullin | 19 min.

Oneness

Kaela Mangiaracina | 12 min.

Strangers

Brian Duffy | 12 min.

September 11

Raabia Hussain | 11 min.

A series of diverse protagonists finding their footing in life. 

Q & A panel with two directors and reception to follow after this. Drinks and Appetizers will be provided.