I’m pleased to announce Bang2writers Charlie Swinbourne and William Mager have been at it [creatively] again and produced the rather fabulous internet series, The Fingerspellers.

The series premiered as part of the deaf magazine show Wicked, which was made by the deaf production company Remark! The Fingerspellers is a fun take on the whole Godfather *thing*, with “Deaffathers” replacing the central role. ‘Cos this is just any ordinary Mafiaoso family – these guys use fingerspelling, NOT guns, to protect The Family: whoever can get through the WHOLE ALPHABET gets the “final shot” and effectively KILLS their opponent. [For a run-down on fingerspelling in general, click here].

I’m proud to have been a small part of Fingerspellers as a script editor for Charlie: I think it’s a really original, fun story and know there’s plenty of twists and turns in store in further down the line. Mega props to William too, think the whole piece looks fab.

But then these guys are always great to work with; I was lucky to provide notes on their previous effort Hands Solo, funded by The Film Council in association with The Magic Hour scheme. Hands Solo is not only hilarious, poignant and interesting, it’s my fave mockumentary script to date – and I read A LOT of those for low budget filmmakers as you can imagine! Nice one fellas.

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2 Responses to Check out THE FINGERSPELLERS!

  1. brett says:

    If I were to wager a guess at why, I’d say that users don’t “browse” forms. The interaction style users engage in with forms is different, and requires its own study and design best practices. This is a very interesting post, and the comments are also fantastic to read. I’ll have poses to have a little re-think about my own contact form on our new website, as this some interesting questions!
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  2. brett says:

    If I were to wager a guess at why, I’d say that users don’t “browse” forms. The interaction style users engage in with forms is different, and requires its own study and design best practices. This is a very interesting post, and the comments are also fantastic to read. I’ll have poses to have a little re-think about my own contact form on our new website, as this some interesting questions!
    achieve level

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