Such a Night

Oh, my! In the words of the one and only Elvis, “What a night it was! It really was, such a night!”

Last Friday we had the first ever screening of Only the Lonely, the short film I wrote last year with Veronique Christie, courtesy of Dan Films, our production company, led by Julie Baines. I am still on a high.

I’d seen it but only on a laptop and before the final sound had been laid and it had been signed off. Watching it on a screen was an indescribable feeling. Everyone concerned had done a marvellous job, including our wonderful talent, led by Anna Calder Marshall and Souad Faress; our director Clare Holman; DOP; sound editor; everyone! And the end product is a short to be proud of, and I am!

The screening was at the Horse Hospital, in Bloomsbury, a beautiful, bijou venue which added to the atmosphere and it was a thrill to see cast, crew, family, friends, contributors – without whose generosity it would never have been made so quickly and so well – and industry professionals.

The Writers

Anna Calder Marshall and David Burke

And now to see…drumroll…what happens next? Watch this space!

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4 thoughts on “Such a Night

  1. So pleased it went so well. Such an amazing experience for you to see your lovely work on a big screen. Was thinking of you Elaine. Really looking forward to seeing the film. Love Sue

  2. It was such a pleasure to play the young Elspeth!
    I missed the screening unfortunately – when will we get the chance to see it next?
    Congratulations again.
    All the best

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