Wowing critics at film festivals the world over, Miroslav Slaboshpytskiy’s The Tribe is a bold piece of filmmaking.
Darkly gripping in its look at teenage gang culture in a school for deaf adolescents, the film unfolds without any spoken dialogue or subtitles, with the youths using sign language to communicate.
The eerie silence not only creates an intense sense of something about to happen but also strips the characters to their rawest emotions.
Post film discussion on Tue 26 May (19.45) with Deaf filmmaker Ted Evans who is coming from London for this screening. He will comment/discuss various issues around the film and talk about his experience as a deaf filmmaker. The discussion will be British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted.
For more information on ted Evans and his work visit http://www.tedevans.co.uk/
Suitable for 18+
Running time 2hrs and 2 mins
Part of Visible Cinema - GFT's regular screenings for deaf and hard of hearing film lovers.
GFT, Rose St, Glasgow
A partnership with Film Hub Scotland, GFT and Solar Bear
To book tickets text 07900 852595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The cinema has a hearing loop system and infrared sound facility. Contact the Duty Manager on email@example.com to reserve a headset. Subject to availability.