Charlie Swinbourne: Could you appear in new episodes of my documentary, Found? (BSL)

Posted on February 3, 2016

I hope you can help. Please share this with anyone you think might be suitable!

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I’m making two new episodes of Found ( my documentary about how Deaf people found the Deaf world, the Deaf community and sign language!

***Please email if you can help – we can then chat on Skype or FaceTime in BSL. This programme is being produced by Juggle Productions.

I’m looking for people who match one of these four potential stories:

1. Sport – Deaf people who found the Deaf world when they joined a Deaf sports team

2. Deaf people from abroad – who came to the UK and found the Deaf community here

3. Deaf school – Deaf people who may have started at mainstream school, and found the Deaf world when they changed to a Deaf school

4. Love – Deaf people who found the Deaf world when they fell in love!

Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon!

Charlie is the editor of Limping Chicken, as well as being an award-winning filmmaker. He directed the comedies The Kiss and Four Deaf Yorkshiremen go to Blackpool, and his documentary Found, about people discovering the Deaf world, came out last year. As a journalist, he has written for the Guardian and BBC Online.

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