If you are excited about Coleman Watson’s aphasia documentary, păh, we have great news. There are two events in June — one online and one in-person in Florida. You must RSVP to see the film.
There will be a one-time movie showing via StreamYard on June 28, 2023, at 7:45 PM ET.
Register on StreamYard with your name and email address to view the film. When you register, you will automatically get an email and reminder on your calendar (Outlook, Gmail, etc.). You can chat with others about the film in real-time.
Click over to RSVP now on StreamYard.
The screening will be a limited release on June 28, 2023. After that, the film will be private until Coleman Watson enters păh into the film festivals.
There will be a film premiere for păh also on June 28, 2023, at the West Orange Theater in Orlando, FL. Doors open at 7:00 PM ET, and the film will start promptly at 7:45 PM ET. The theater holds 200 people. The film will be free and will last about 2 hours. There will be red-carpet photos, a pre-screening event, and a post-screening event.
You can RSVP now on Rsvpify if you would like to attend.
More Information About the Film
“Your future needs you. Your past doesn’t.” These words, which end the trailer for păh, Coleman Watson’s aphasia documentary, highlight the truth about life with aphasia. Restoring or keeping speech means moving forward, which is what Watson is doing as he finishes his film.
You will be able to see it this summer. In the meantime, watch the new trailer and read these old posts about the film and Coleman Watson’s run for U.S. Senate below. Support his extraordinary effort by sharing the trailer with friends and family.
- New Movie About Aphasia Mixes Education With Hope
- A Person with Aphasia Is on the Ballot: Stroke Survivor Coleman Watson Runs for U.S. Senate
- Coleman Watson Has Made His Movie
We will post more information about the movie when it becomes available.