I am very proud to present SEMI DETACHED, a project I recently filmed with Haywire Films.
Directed by Michael Blundell-Lithco
Written by Alexander Yousri
Produced by Dan Lewington
DOP Ben Goffin
Starring Katherine Moran and Alexander Yousri
Here’s a few photos from the set of WHERE DO WE GO NOW, written and directed by young talent Louis Zimmer.
This short film explores sexuality, young love and heartbreak, and is due for release in September 2019.
Just wrapped on a fab week’s shoot with Rosie Kimberley-Brooks’ on her latest short film, Through The Static.
I play Kayleigh as we follow her dealing with the immediate aftermath of a traumatic event. The film highlights some of the blurred lines within our justice system regarding sexual assault and is due to be doing the festival circuit later this year.
The team are still gathering funding for Through The Static and if you would like to support them, please check out this link: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/through-the-static-short-film?fbclid=IwAR18B08RuGYY6qwanA2Ne2pPIPtQz0z1o_-GrzHlJwwh1InY3Uj_7OuWLD8#/
Rounding up 2017 with the legends that are the Creative Opportunities team!
Their short film, Wavelength, is due to be featured as part of Channel 4’s Random Acts 2018 series. I play Sophie, alongside Ramin Farahani as taxi driver, Khalid.
A night shoot round North London made for some wicked looking shots.
Watch this space for links to the film, directed by Ashar Smith, with the very talented Jimmy Cape as DOP.
Recording V/O for Wavelength
Having a bubble with Greg McKenzie (@GregMcTweets) and Ramin Farahani (@Ramin_82)
Hair, make up and costume by Paula Barjau
Had a great day on set for the shooting of Donald Masi‘s debut short film, MORTAL. I am on board as choreographer and have had the pleasure of creating a dreamlike waltz for actors Isaac Money and Georgie Oulton.
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Pssssst… here’s a very cheeky sneak peek of how fabulous they were looking in rehearsals!…
Delightful day on the set of Great Lake Films‘ most recent short film, Wishin’ and Hopin’.
As you can see below, the lovely Cora Kirk and I had a great time as midnight bridesmaids, under the watchful direction of Jacqueline Pepall, with Eva Arnold as DOP. Hit up those links – ladies in industry, represent!
The film will be doing the upcoming festival rounds soon, so watch this space for release dates..