Bernadette Galbraith

About Bernadette Galbraith

Bernadette is a 20-year-old undergraduate Journalism student with a strong interest in the arts, especially music. In her spare time, she regularly attends gigs (where her student budget will allow it) and enjoys indulging in the cinematic experience. She is also running her own blog ‘The Buzz Around Bee’, where she discusses her daily ventures and findings. Find out more about her work at her website and follow her on Facebook.

Dyslexics in Film: Dyslexia film made by dyslexic people

By | February 9th, 2017|Art & Entertainment, Blog Posts|

Dyslexic filmmaker Trevor Thomson is reaching out on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to aid the creation of a new documentary, exploring the emotional journey of ‘coming out’ as dyslexic. But this documentary has a unique quality [...]

Famous Dyslexics: Woody Harrelson

By | January 19th, 2017|Famous Dyslexics|

Profile Name: Woodrow Tracy Harrelson Occupation: Actor Birthplace: Midland, Texas, USA Woody Harrelson’s performance in the 1985 series Cheers, not only acquired two Academy Award nominations but he also walked away with an Emmy Award. His [...]

Dyslexics in Film: The Edge of Seventeen

By | November 29th, 2016|Art & Entertainment|

The Edge of Seventeen see's fellow dyslexic, Woody Harrelson (The Hunger Games, Now You See Me, Natural Born Killers) star as Mr. Bruner, an inspiring teacher and occasional agony-uncle. In a genre that has seen better [...]

Dyslexics Films for October: Stork & Inferno

By | October 24th, 2016|Art & Entertainment, Famous Dyslexics|

October sees the release of two more films starring or made by actors or crew with dyslexia. Stork starring Jennifer Aniston and Inferno by superstar Producer Brian Grazer. If you need any assistance when reading this [...]

Dyslexics in Film: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

By | October 13th, 2016|Art & Entertainment, Famous Dyslexics|

Last month actress Lauren McCrostie popped into our podcast studio to tell us the serendipitous story, of how she ended up starring in the latest Tim Burton film. The film is currently on general release so [...]

Italian Play Set Out to Tackle the Dark Side of Dyslexic

By | July 21st, 2016|Art & Entertainment|

With the advances of assistive technology and support in education and the workplace, dyslexic traits that were traditionally seen as barriers can now be overcome. One issue that still prevails though, is the self-deprecation caused by [...]

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