Here is a ten-minute interview in BSL with Louis Neethling, the Producer of Four Deaf Yorkshiremen go to Blackpool.
In this interview, he talks about why he decided to make the film, and how being a producer is different from being a director.
He explains in depth what it's like to produce a film, including assembling a crew, helping to choose actors, and doing lots of paperwork, not forgetting approving the final edit of the film.
Neethling also explains what his role was in supporting the director of the film, Charlie Swinbourne (he was his mentor on the film) and how he made a difference on set.
Finally, he talks about his projects that are coming up in the future, including the Sign Media E-Learning project.
Four Deaf Yorkshiremen go to Blackpool can be seen in full by clicking here.