The British Film Institute (BFI) has given national deafblind charity, Sense, £31,000 for a series of filmmaking workshops.

The workshops will be held around the UK over 10 weeks, giving deafblind filmmakers the opportunity to experiment with ways of making films, try out equipment and discuss access.

The participants will then work with a crew to create a documentary to show how it was all done.  There’s more information on Sense’s website.