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Two sisters, Laura & Jo, take a important day trip to Brighton

  • Richard Wright
  • Richard Wright
  • Richard Wright
  • Rhys Taylor
  • Steven DiPlacito
  • Rob Deb
  • Peter Cadden
  • Stephanie Laing
    Key Cast
  • Suzanna Kempner
    Key Cast
  • Rhys Taylor
    Director Of Photography
  • Stacey Harvey
    Sound Recordist
  • Richard Wright
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    Drama, comedy
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 53 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 22, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    300 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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Director Biography - Richard Wright

Richard Wright is a 34 year old film graduate from Thames Valley University who is now a stand up comedian. He wrote a short film called "External Dilemma" that was directed by Rhys Taylor as well as writing a directing an MA graduation short film called "Dying". He has written and performed numerous solo stand up shows at festivals like Margate Fringe, Brighton Fringe, Camden Fringe and the world famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He runs a new material stand up comedy club called "Pegasus Comedy" every Monday night in North London. He won an award for "best Director" at a Christian Summer camp which, until he wins anything else, he will keep mentioning.

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Director Statement

My name is Richard Wright I am a 34 year old stand up comedian who did a degree in film at Thames Valley University. I drifted away from film after uni when my attempt to make a feature called "Fairy Nuff" fell apart. I got into stand up a bit later and love doing that but the itch never left me and I coming back to have another go. I feel years spent crafting stand up shows and working on my writing has helped me and I am now in a better place to make films. I love film and I think it's a great way to tell stories, impart ideas and move people. Film is a great medium because you don't always have to tell the audience everything. You can leave it up to them. Yes, you craft a vision but what the audience take from it is what they take from it. I'm not about spelling everything out for people. Unless that's called for.