Watch: ‘Young Deaffest’ winner ‘I won’t do that again’ by William Horsefield

Posted on June 20, 2013

This year’s Young Deaffest Film Award was won by 18-year-old William Horsefield for his film ‘I Won’t Do That Again!’

Young Deaffest judge Caroline O’Neill had this to say about William’s film: “It was absolutely incredible. I loved the shots, wonderful framing and pull focus. The length was just perfect. Adored the creativity. This guy is the new William Mager.”

Combining an interesting story about a day at school gone horribly wrong with some excellent special effects, this film looks like a deserved winner.

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