David Ellington's moving documentary about the closure of Bristol Deaf Club
Short Documentary. In this moving documentary, we find out how the members of Bristol's Centre for Deaf People feel about the closure of the club building. Featuring BSL interviews with Lorna Allsop, William Coyle and Betty Smith, this clip reveals many of their memories of using the Deaf club from a young age, and they explain why the club is so important to the local Deaf community. Filmed, edited and directed by David Ellington.
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