Join the University of West London's School of Film, Media and Design for a special screening of 'The Silent Child'.
The short film - produced by UWL Alumna Producer Rebecca Harris - won the Live Action Short Film category at this year's Academy Awards. The film tells the story of a young deaf girl who learns to communicate with help from a social worker.
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'In Conversation with Claude Littner' was a public lecture in November 2016 with the Apprentice Star and one of Britain's Business icons. He is also a visiting Professor at The Claude Littner Business School here at the University of West London.
Claude was interviewed in front of a packed audience by former BBC Media Correspondent and Director of Chiswick Book Festival, Torin Douglas MBE.
Claude Littner discussed his new book, 'Single-Minded - My Life in Business'. He recounts moments on the journey from his childhood all the way to the boardroom, finishing with his experiences of grilling candidates on the BBC’s The Apprentice.
Claude's single-mindedness has seen him through numerous challenges and his story will inspire anyone starting out and wanting to learn from the good decisions as well as the mistakes.
The event ended with a book signing and a chance for fans to meet the man behind the frosty demeanour on The Apprentice.
Ambassador Carolyn Curiel, former Senior White House Speechwriter, presented a unique perspective on the 2016 presidential race at our October 2016 public lecture.
The Ambassador considered what role the news media has played in the historic election; as well as what Americans know, engage with and believe, about the state of their nation. After the talk she took questions from the audience.
From left to right: VC Peter John, Ambassador Carolyn Curiel, Madam Mayor Patricia Walker and Mayor Consort Lawrence Walker
The UWL public lecture series brings in brilliant minds who deliver thought-provoking talks open to everyone.