Watch: The trailer for Charlie Swinbourne’s new documentary, Found in the UK

Posted on August 30, 2016

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The trailer for the new documentary Found in the UK, which was produced and directed by Charlie Swinbourne (this site’s Editor), can now be seen online.

The documentary is the second in the Found documentary series (the first programme was made last year and can be seen here).

This instalment is about Deaf people who came from abroad, and discovered their Deaf identity, sign language and a new community here in the UK.

Like the first episode, three Deaf people tell their stories directly to camera in BSL. They are: Ahmed Mudawi, Dani Sive, and Mangai Sutharsan.

The programme was funded by the British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust and produced by Juggle Productions.

You can see the trailer below (or click here to see it directly on Facebook).

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