In a North London cemetery an eclectic group of souls gather to perform a short version of Shakespeare's classic tragedy
It's a special night. Dinner at Stuart and Laura's house to meet Caitlin's new partner.... A Woman!
A fathers death unleashes a Shakespearean bout of schizophrenia in a South London council block.
ALEXANDRA BYRNE is working with Sue Dunderdale on developing Loving Monsters. Alexandra Byrne is a costume designer with thirteen features to her name. She was costume designer on Kenneth Branagh’s HAMLET (1996), John Madden’s CAPTAIN CORELLI’S MANDOLIN (2001) and Marc Forster’s FINDING NEVERLAND (2004). She has been nominated for four Oscars for Best [...]Read more »
In January 2009, US Airways Flight 1549 took off from New York’s LaGuardia Airport en route to Charlotte, North Carolina. Within minutes a double bird strike destroyed both engines, and the crew made the terrifying decision to pitch the Airbus A320 into the Hudson River. Using intimate and emotive interviews as well as large-scale dramatic reconstructions, [...]Read more »
There is struggle at the heart of this film – between the freedom to love as one pleases and the desire to possess completely. The monsters of the title are raised by the feelings of jealousy and insecurity which invade and distort happiness. The contrast between the passionate beauty of the teenage love story [...]Read more »
The Conference directed by Justin Edgar and produced by Diane Shorthouse for the Actors Centre Talent Boost project has been selected to screen at 5th Annual ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival in New York.Read more »
The Deal has been selected to screen at Dublins Underground Film Festival, as part of their woman on film day. For more information you can visit them hereRead more »