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Screen 3, Row B, Seat 7

A heart-warming tale of hope, love and letting-go.
4/5

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Ryan Whittingham’s romance drama, set entirely within a movie theatre, delivers a captivating and heartfelt narrative that will resonate with film fans and lovers of tender love stories. Anchored by the performances of Madeleine Lloyd-Jones as Daisy and Ida Regan as Regina, the film explores the blossoming relationship between two women against the backdrop of the behind-the-scenes workings of a cinema.

Whittingham, clearly a passionate enthusiast of classic Hollywood movies and the inner workings of movie theatres, skilfully incorporates these elements into the film. From the glimpses into projection rooms to the behind-the-scenes tasks, viewers are treated to a unique and engaging perspective on the magic of cinema outside of the screen. This attention to detail and authenticity create a rich and immersive experience for audiences.

The narrative unfolds gradually, taking its time to authentically depict the natural progression of falling in love. The chemistry between Lloyd-Jones and Regan is palpable, showcasing a pure and endearing connection that draws viewers into their emotional journey. The film beautifully captures the complexities of navigating a lesbian love story, emphasizing the tender and universal aspects of love and longing.

Cameron Brown’s cinematography is a standout feature, displaying a keen eye for framing and composition. From the intimate moments between Daisy and Regina to the atmospheric shots of the cinema, each frame is thoughtfully crafted to enhance the narrative and evoke emotions.

The editing and sound design are executed with precision, seamlessly weaving together scenes to maintain a cohesive flow. The tender musical score further complements the tone of the film, enhancing the emotional impact of pivotal moments.

In conclusion, Ryan Whittingham’s romance drama is a remarkable and delightful short film. With its behind-the-scenes glimpses, authentic portrayal of lesbian love, and strong performances, it is an engaging and heart-warming celebration of cinema and the power of connection.

Brief Synopsis

Upon stumbling across a new cinema, Daisy finds new hope in this magical place and quickly strikes up a formidable love with long time manager, Regina.
Screen 3 Row B Seat 7 Short Film

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Credits

Director(s): Ryan Whittingham
Writer(s): Ryan Whittingham
Cast: Ida Regan, Madeleine Lloyd-Jones
Producer(s): Eliza Beth Stevens, James Stephenson, Jamie Carrick, Ryan Whittingham
Director of Photography: Cameron Brown
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Runtime: 35 min

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Screen 3, Row B, Seat 7

A heart-warming tale of hope, love and letting-go.
4/5

Review

Ryan Whittingham’s romance drama, set entirely within a movie theatre, delivers a captivating and heartfelt narrative that will resonate with film fans and lovers of tender love stories. Anchored by the performances of Madeleine Lloyd-Jones as Daisy and Ida Regan as Regina, the film explores the blossoming relationship between two women against the backdrop of the behind-the-scenes workings of a cinema.

Whittingham, clearly a passionate enthusiast of classic Hollywood movies and the inner workings of movie theatres, skilfully incorporates these elements into the film. From the glimpses into projection rooms to the behind-the-scenes tasks, viewers are treated to a unique and engaging perspective on the magic of cinema outside of the screen. This attention to detail and authenticity create a rich and immersive experience for audiences.

The narrative unfolds gradually, taking its time to authentically depict the natural progression of falling in love. The chemistry between Lloyd-Jones and Regan is palpable, showcasing a pure and endearing connection that draws viewers into their emotional journey. The film beautifully captures the complexities of navigating a lesbian love story, emphasizing the tender and universal aspects of love and longing.

Cameron Brown’s cinematography is a standout feature, displaying a keen eye for framing and composition. From the intimate moments between Daisy and Regina to the atmospheric shots of the cinema, each frame is thoughtfully crafted to enhance the narrative and evoke emotions.

The editing and sound design are executed with precision, seamlessly weaving together scenes to maintain a cohesive flow. The tender musical score further complements the tone of the film, enhancing the emotional impact of pivotal moments.

In conclusion, Ryan Whittingham’s romance drama is a remarkable and delightful short film. With its behind-the-scenes glimpses, authentic portrayal of lesbian love, and strong performances, it is an engaging and heart-warming celebration of cinema and the power of connection.

Spotlight

No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

Brief Synopsis

Upon stumbling across a new cinema, Daisy finds new hope in this magical place and quickly strikes up a formidable love with long time manager, Regina.
Screen 3 Row B Seat 7 Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Ryan Whittingham
Writer(s): Ryan Whittingham
Cast: Ida Regan, Madeleine Lloyd-Jones
Producer(s): Eliza Beth Stevens, James Stephenson, Jamie Carrick, Ryan Whittingham
Director of Photography: Cameron Brown
Animation:

Specifcations

Genre: ,
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 35 min
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