Deaf Film Night

Versa Effect

Western Australian Association of the Deaf is proud to organise the movie screening of "Versa Effect" on the 16th of November 2019 at the Social Sciences Lecture Theatre at the University of Western Australia.


Synopsis: From their childhood years to working at a Deaf school in Texas, Jackie and Seth have always love to.... HATE each other! The face that they are working closely in the same school did not help matters. For all their bad blood with each other, something bad had happened to them: their bodies have been switched!

What follows is a series of laugh-a-minute hijinks as Jackie and Seth struggle to get back to their bodies. Because of that, they have no choice but to work together in order to save themselves. With time running out, Jackie and Seth must find a way to get back into their original bodies or else they will be stuck forever!

Versa Effect is ASL Films first comedy film, it is filmed in the vein of Freaky Friday that will be enjoyed by everyone of all ages!

RATING - PG

When: Saturday 16th November 2019

Time: 3pm start

Where: Social Sciences Lecture Theatre at The University of Western Australia.

Located off Hackett Drive Entrance No 1

Tickets: General Tickets $15

Deaf Australia Members $10

Email info@waad.org.au to book and pay for tickets to attend the event.

This movie is captioned. Everyone is welcome to attend.

This event is proudly supported by The University of Western Australia.

Archives of past movies screened

Book of job

NAATI PD Points 3.10

Western Australian Association of the Deaf is proud to organise the movie screening of "The Book of Job" on the 15th August 2019 at the Social Sciences Lecture Theatre at the University of Western Australia.

The Book of Job is about the journey of Job and his loyalty to God. This is tested when Satan punishes him to see if he no longer is loyal to God.

From the website: Pain and suffering is part of the human experience. We've all wondered where God is in times of trouble. The story of Job reminds us that our Redeemer lives and is present to help us in our darkest moments.

Made and produced by Deaf Missions

Website: https://www.jobthemovie.com/

When: Thursday 15th August 2019

Time: 7pm start

Where: Social Sciences Lecture Theatre at The University of Western Australia.

Located off Hackett Drive Entrance No 1

Tickets: General Tickets $15

Deaf Australia Members $10

Email info@waad.org.au to book and pay for tickets to attend the event.

This movie is captioned. Everyone is welcome to attend. This event is proudly supported by The University of Western Australia.

Found

WAAD is thrilled to organise the screening of the docoseries 'Found', which contains three documentaries. This will be held on the 30th of August 2018 at the Alexander Lecture Theatre at The University of Western Australia.When: Thursday 30th August 2018

Time: Movie starts 7pm sharp

Where: Alexander Lecture Theatre, The University of Western Australia, The Arts building is located off Hackett Drive Entrance No 1

Tickets: General tickets $15

Deaf Australia Members$10

RSVP: Please RSVP and buy your tickets by emailing to info@waad.org.au

This movie has English captions. Everyone is welcome to attend.

In the BSL Zone's brand-new documentary, three Deaf people tell us about the day they found the Deaf world, sign language and a new identity.

The first of the three documentaries is 'Found': Their stories include school, learning sign language, and their relationships with their family and friends.

The second is 'Found in the UK': Three Deaf people explain how they found their Deaf identities after moving to the UK.

The last is 'Found in Love': Three Deaf people explain how falling in love helped them discover Deaf culture, Deaf identity and BSL.

This event is proudly supported by The University of Western Australia

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