Stuck In Mute – A Short Film


Stuck In Mute - A Short Film

Stuck In Mute is a short film due out later this year which features a character (or two!) with selective mutism. Those involved in making the short film have been doing a lot to get to know more about SM, how it effects people and what it feels like.

This is a great way to try and reach more people to show them what selective mutism is. There will be more details in the next issue of Finding Our Voices magazine about the film and those involved in creating it but for now, if you haven’t done already, you can follow them on the Seed and Spark website http://www.seedandspark.com/studio/stuck-mute and their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/stuckinmute?fref=nf

 


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