Director Biography – Clare-Louise English (MY DARLING CHRISTOPHER)

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Clare-Louise is a deaf actor and theatre-maker who lost her hearing as a teenager. Daughter of the late TV and film actor, Arthur English, Clare-Louise trained at RADA on the MA Theatre Lab course and is Co-Founder of Hot Coals Productions, alongside Jo Sargeant.
For the last 8 years Hot Coals have been making Deaf and hearing accessible theatre. They bring this wealth of experience in inclusive story-telling to My Darling Christopher which marks their first move into film, as a company, and Clare’s directorial debut.

Director Statement

The process of making MY DARLING CHRISTOPHER has been a huge learning curve for me, I knew that I wanted to bring everything that I have learnt over many years of accessible story-telling to this project and I believe that myself and my team have been successful in transferring our skills from theatre to film.


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