Deaffest 2022 Film & TV Awards: the shortlist


Here/Not Here | Dir. Bim Ajadi, UK

Hope | Dir. David Ellington, UK

Illustrating Sam Newton | Dir. Lily Drummond, Australia

Veneer | Dir. Louis Neethling, UK


2AM | Dir. Samuel Ash, UK

Louder Is Not Always Clearer | Dir. Toby Cameron, UK

Silent World | Dir. Charlie Dennis, UK

What if? | Dir. Teresa Garratty, UK


Mister Michel | Dir. Julien Bourges, France

Old Mother Tongue | Dir. Mark Trifunovic, Canada

The Multi | Dir. Storm Smith & Mikail Chowdhury, USA

The Perfect Darling | Dir. Fabien Geret, France


Deaf, Little & Loud | Dir. Rosie Benn, UK

Four Deaf Yorkshiremen Go Dating | Dir. Louis Neethling, UK

BBC See Hear on Tour | Dir. Camilla Arnold, UK

This is Deaf: LGBTQIA+ Life | Dir. Giles Bowman, UK


Lost, Taken, Murdered | Dir. Vivien Sabel, UK

Magic Hands Black History | Dir. Aimee Campbell-Nottage, UK

Scotland, Forgive me | Dir. Will Clark, Scotland

The Pumpkin King | Dir. Paul Miller, UK


Getting Personal with Richard D France | Dir. Cathy Heffernan, UK

Strange Signs | Dir. Kateryna Pavlyuk, UK

Summer in Lockdown | Dir. Cathy Heffernan, UK

The Time is right for us | Dir. Stanko Pavlica, Switzerland


Julien Bourges | Mister Micheal, France

Mark Trifunovic | Old Mother Tongue, Canada

Natasha Ofili | The Multi, USA

Teresa Garratty | What if?, UK


Aimee Campbell-Nottage | Magic Hands Black History, UK

Camilla Arnold | BBC See Hear on Tour, UK

Cathy Heffernan | Summer in Lockdown, UK

Mark Trifunovic | Old Mother Tongue, Canada


Jonny Cotsen | Louder Is Not Always Clearer, UK

Kevin Walker aka Signkid | Silent World, UK

Nadeem Islam | Here/Not Here, UK

Ryan Pendley | Here/Not Here, UK


Natasha Ofili | The Multi, USA

Natasha ‘Raffie’ Julien | Lost, Taken, Murdered, UK

Ralitsa Rodriguez | Old Mother Tongue, Canada

Zoë McWhinney | The Perfect Darling, France


Ahmed Mudawi | Dismantling Racism, UK

Deepa Shastri | Getting Personal with Richard D France, UK

Donna Mullings | Dismantling Racism, UK

Nadeem Islam | BBC See Hear on Tour, UK

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