Watch: Subtitled interview with sadly missed actor and CODA, Richard Griffiths

Posted on May 31, 2013


This interview was originally shown at Deaffest, the UK’s top deaf film festival. Richard Griffiths died in March 2013, was the son of deaf parents, world-famous actor and patron of Deaffest. In this wide-ranging interview, he talks about his life, his parents and has wise words for aspiring deaf film makers.

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