LONDON – SCREENING OF “LOSING HER” | LATE AT TATE BRITAIN

Dear Diane and Shaded Viewers,

Friday the 7th November, the short film "Losing Her", written, produced
and directed by James Killough screened at the main hall of Late at
Tate Britain. The story of Helen (Catherine Walker) who lost her
grandmother (Rita Davies) in the Tate Britain museum, finds something
magical in the company of little Jenny (Shannon Wake) and the girl's
father, Carson (William Houston). With a brief "The Past Is Not What
You Remember" this short drama, filmed and screened in the interior and
exterior of Tate Britain, reveals a powerful creative photographic
direction. The next film, "Hatter", a drama/thriller in which a
journalist reveals the secrets of a hedonistic fashion designer, is
currently in production and will be released in 2009.

INTERVIEW WITH JAMES KILLOUGH:

– What was the idea behind "Losing Her"?

I
was in Paris with my life partner Jonathan (as opposed to my creative
partner Rain Li, who shot the film

EGR

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