More than 10 years ago, "The King's Speech" was released, and remains one of the most important portrayals of a person who stutters that has come to movie screens.
Stuttering has received greater international attention due to President Biden (Yes, Joe Biden is a person who stutters). Now there is a renewed interest in His Majesty King George VI and the story of The King’s Speech. Until Joe Biden became President, King George VI was the most prominent person with a stammer that worked through his speech to become one of the most profound leaders of his era.
In our upcoming 15th Annual Gala (a virtual event), we will be featuring a conversation with our director, Heather Grossman, David Seidler, Academy Award winning screenwriter of The King’s Speech, and Mark Logue, grandson of Lionel Logue, King George’s speech therapist.
In advance of our gala, we invite you to join us for a virtual screening of The King's Speech and a conversation with Heather Grossman and Chaya Goldstein.
You can register for this event by clicking on the registration link above or by clicking here:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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July 1, 2021
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