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My Husband's Daughter

 

Synopsis
Emily has no children or relatives and spends her days in secluded isolation walking in the woods near her home with only the memories of her husband Thomas for company. Emily’s world is shaken when she receives a letter from Judith, who claims that Thomas was her father, and now she needs Emily’s help in finding a suitable bone marrow match for her young son, William. Emily cannot deal with this revelation about her husband and tries to ignore the whole situation. Despite her feelings she cannot bring herself to throw the letters away.

 

Production
This film was shot in 2010/11 and was completed in February 2012.

 

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Suzy Enoch Writer/Director
Suzy originally trained at London's Italia Conti Academy Of Theatre Arts as an actress and theatre director. "My Husband's Daughter" is Suzy's debut as a film director. In 2011 Suzy produced a short fiction film for Green Banana Prodcutions called, "The Slide" and has written, directed and produced her own physical-theatre adaptation of Jabberwocky for the Edinburgh Fringe.

Website: www.popupproductions.org.uk

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Paul Maguire Producer/Editor
Paul’s graduation film "Pebble" was nominated by BAFTA Scotland for best student drama in 2008. He currently works as a freelancer on various documentary projects such as "The Voice of a City" (Scottish Chamber Orchestra - Connect). He co-founded Unfolding Pictures, after his graduation from Edinburgh College of Art, to produce and direct short and feature fiction films.

Freelance work: www.maguirevideo.co.uk

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Leo Bruges Cinematographer
Leo works primarily as a cinematographer on documentaries and short fiction, including the award winning poetic documentary, "The Shutdown". In 2008 Leo went to Italy to film “Archive of Dreams” (dir. Tomás Sheridan), a G-Mac Shortcuts documentary that won the 2008 Jim Poole Award and the short film prize at the Torino Film Festival. He then took part in the Cine-Train workshop where he joined a group of filmmakers travelling across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway. He filmed “Russian Playground”, a documentary that went on to be screened in the Critic’s Week in Cannes 2009. Leo has recently directed his first short documentary, "Fistful of Roses".

Showreel: www.vimeo.com/12483766

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Philip Curran Composer
In 2010, Philip got his break into feature films, by beating out 40 other composers to score the action-drama "The Ghost In The Machine" (2011), directed by Jonathan Dupont. This gave Philip the chance to write everything from big orchestral action to sweeping love themes. This was followed soon after by another feature film "Desperate Measures" (2011), directed by Steve Looker.

Website: www.philipcurran.com

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Phil Lee Sound Design/Sound Mixer
Phil is the founder of eel_Audio and works as a creative sound designer, Foley artist and dubbing mixer, providing quality audio for film, video game and digital media. A distinction-grade master’s in Sound Design along with over 8 years working in the audio industry developing a keen attention to mixing detail and a broad understanding of sound. BBC and numerous film festival credits amongst his portfolio.

Website: www.eelaudio.com

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Contact Paul @ 0044 075 88168994 or maguire.film@gmail.com

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