Entries from Grumpy Old Deafies tagged with 'charlie swinbourne'

Four Deaf Yorkshiremen and the Missing Wife

Last weekend was Deaffest at Wolverhampton. Premiered at the event was Charlie Swinbourne's Four Deaf Yorkshiremen and the Missing Wife: The four grumpy old men (no relation to us!) are arguing over the women they've loved and lost. Written and...

Trailer: Four Deaf Yorkshiremen and the Missing Wife!

The film stars John Smith, Matt Kirby, Jonathan Reid and Ilan Dwek, and was made with the support of Remark! Production. It has been entered for the Deaffest Film Festival, so hopefully it'll be seen first on the weekend...

Charlie Swinbourne: Waiting for baby

Charlie Swinbourne has penned an article for BBC Ouch around his forthcoming fatherhood. When we passed the magic three-month mark, we decided to tell everyone the news. It was then that I noticed something interesting. As happy as my hearing...

Four Deaf Yorkshiremen: the whole film!

Following Deaffest this weekend, Charlie Swinbourne's film Four Deaf Yorkshiremen has been put online: Total length: 9 minutes 59 seconds How hard was growing up deaf? In this comedy sketch, four old deaf men try to tell the worst story...

Coming Out, Charlie Swinbourne

The short film 'Coming Out' - written by Charlie Swinbourne, directed by Louis Neethling (who directed 'Switch'), has been added to YouTube. It stars David Hay, Debbie Norman and Ilan Dwek. The premiere of this film was at last January's...

Four Deaf Yorkshiremen, A Trailer

A one minute trailer for the forthcoming film 'Four Deaf Yorkshiremen', has been released. The film made over the summer, is about one man who challenges the others to tell him the worst story about growing up deaf. It was...

BBC Access 2.0: Interview with Charlie Swinbourne

BBC's Access 2.0 blog is carrying an interesting interview with Charlie Swinbourne, who works at See Hear. Its always good to get to know a person behind a name. Charlie has some interesting comments on the net: Q: If the...

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