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Watch: A Western Ted Evans made on a Sunday afternoon about the outlaw Deaf Charley Hanks

February 11, 2014


It is a dream of mine to make a Western one day. I used to love watching them on TV as a kid, even without subtitles because the way they were filmed and the simplistic story lines that they had were often easy to follow.  I’m naturally also interested in deaf history; I find it […]

Teresa Garratty: My 10 New Year’s resolutions… in February!

February 3, 2014


It’s February, which means that a lot of people who tried to follow their new year’s resolutions in January have probably given up by now. So my trick is to start my resolutions in February, to give me a better chance of continuing them! Personally, I’ve been racking my brain to come up with some ideas […]

Watch: A Deafeeeeee’s dream

June 26, 2013


Last October, film director Ted Evans and writer Charlie Swinbourne came to Peterborough and meet the members of the Peterborough and District Deaf Children’s Society (PDDCS) and tell them all about how they got involved in writing and film making. We booked a small cinema for Ted and Charlie to show off some of their work […]

Ted Evans talks about Deaf filmmaking ahead of this weekend’s premiere of his new film, Retreat!

May 14, 2013


Award-winning filmmaker Ted Evans has had an incredible two years. It began when his thought-provoking film, The End, was premiered at Deaffest in 2011 and then went on to win awards at film festivals around the world. Ted also co-directed a ten-minute film for the opening ceremony of the London Paralympic games and then began […]

Watch: Deafblind artist’s second foray into film making

March 27, 2013


There’s no stopping this guy. This is a  friend of mine and the best artist I know personally (except my Mum). His name is Jamie ‘Lloyd’ McCullough and he has made his second foray into film making. Jamie has Usher syndrome and communicates using hands-on signing. I know from speaking to Jamie that he has […]

Watch: This year’s Zoom films!

November 8, 2012


The BSLBT’s Zoom film scheme has given a generation of young Deaf filmmakers the chance to make their first film, most memorably Ted Evans’s multi-award winning The End, sending tears rolling down the cheeks of Deaf audiences from Wolverhampton to (next month) Kuala Lumpur. This year’s scheme is the last, for a while at least, […]

Watch: The Fastest Hands in the West

February 24, 2012


Two cowboys square up to one another, gallop so fast on their horses they nearly fall off, and ultimately, confront each other in a shoot-out. But this isn’t a multi-million dollar Hollywood film. This is two deaf actors in what looks like a cardboard set, telling their story through the power of their signing hands […]