"When I Stutter" Documentary Screening and Q&A in Montreal


The Francophone association for people who stutter, Association des Bégues du Canada, is sponsoring a screening on March 8 of the award winning documentary, When I Stutter.

Following the screening will be a question and answer period with John Gomez, the creator of the film. The screening will take place at the Université du Québec à Montréal on March 8. For more information check their website here (English). Tickets are $5 for non-ABC members, free for members. More information will be provided closer to the date.

John Gomez, the When I Stutter filmmaker, is also a practicing speech-language pathologist. The film was made possible by a successful Kickstarter campaign where he raised over $19,000. When I Stutter has been in over 10 film festivals worldwide and has won 7 awards. John has been honored with the Lois V. Douglass Distinguished Alumnus Award from CSULA and the Emerging Filmmaker Award from the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. In October, Daniele Rossi interviewed him on his Stuttering is Cool Podcast. You can listen to it here.