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A coming of age film about best friends Cara and Lucy set in 1993.

Lucy suspects that Cara has feelings for girls rather than boys and she is determined to get the truth out of her. Even at the risk of damaging their friendship.

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CARA

Ashleigh Cordery 

Ashleigh is originally from Worksop, South Yorkshire but has lived and worked in London for the past year. She is very excited to be working on ‘Pillow Talk’ as she loves strong female lead pieces and enjoys making truthful and honest art
that reflects real people.

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LUCY

Miranda Horn 

Miranda is a London based actress and trained with Fourth Monkey Theatre Company. Since then she has worked with The Almeida Theatre’s Young Company, playing the lead role in their production of ‘Little Eyolf.’ She has recently finished playing ‘Helen’ in Independent film ‘Heartbox,’ and is currently playing the lead in Online Webseries ‘After School Special.’

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CREW

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WRITER / DIRECTOR

Louise Marie Cooke 

Louise is a writer and director with a passion for stories featuring strong but complicated female characters that feature at the centre of the narrative,

  • Louise is a writer and director with a passion for stories featuring strong but complicated female characters that feature at the centre of the narrative, something she feels is lacking in mainstream cinema. Her previous short films have screened across the world at International Film Festivals such as Frameline, Mix Festival Brasil and Brooklyn Girl Film Festival. Her last two shorts, SIREN and FIRST BITE have also been shown at the highly regarded London Short Film Festival as well as at Underwire Festival, which champions female cast and crew.
     
    Following Siren, in mid 2015 she completed work on her first short documentary Alice: A Social Media Journey. A short social media biography documentary commissioned by ReeLives. ALICE was the winning film in the ReelLives short film competition which is part of a larger university funded research project into social media.
    Louise was selected for the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016 Talent Lab with her feature film project BREATHE, which she is currently developing into a short film of the same name.
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PRODUCER

Natalie Sutton 

Starting her journey in the film industry in 2014, Natalie is currently finishing her degree in Film and TV Production at the Westminster Film School. 

  • Starting her journey in the film industry in 2014, Natalie is currently finishing her degree in Film and TV Production at the Westminster Film School. She has been specialising in Producing since this time and has produced a range of shorts concentrating on complex relationships. Her last short “Shuffle”, which she produced played at film festivals both here in the UK and oversees. Throughout this time she has also been a 1st AD, Production Manager, Script Supervisor and a Locations Manager. She enjoys taking productions from script to screen she whilst working with new like-minded passionate creatives. Having worked on both shorts and feature films she knows the importance of dedicated crew to bring a story to life.
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CINEMATOGRAPHER

Dagmar Scheibenreif

Having started her journey in Stills Photography in 1995, Dagmar is an extremely versatile and unique image creator with a true eye for detail. 

  • Having started her journey in Stills Photography in 1995, Dagmar is an extremely versatile and unique image creator with a true eye for detail. She is an HSE underwater camera operator and a Divemaster focusing on Narrative, Beauty & Fashion, as well as Music Promos. Born in Vienna, Austria, Dagmar has worked worldwide, combining her love for travelling and meeting new people with her work. Dagmar’s open approach to her craft, her constant striving for perfection, as well as her ability to capture the essence and highlight the beauty of an image or scene, is what makes her stand out as a visual director and cinematographer.

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EDITOR

Neil Fergusson 

Neil’s credits include films which have screened at numerous international festivals and factual television programming, including work for Sky 3D.

  • Neil’s credits include films which have screened at numerous international festivals and factual television programming. In the last two years, he has worked in the world of 3D, delving into the past with Brian May’s Brief History of 3Dand soaring high with the prime time SKY series Britain & Ireland from the Sky.
    Recently he finished editing Kulajo: My Heart Is Darkened; a feature documentary made with Emmy award winning filmmaker Gwynne Roberts. Set in Iraq, it is an emotional journey, detailing the human tragedy of the 1988 Anfal.