Winner of Hitchcock Award
HBO and the BBC
for BBC3 New Film-makers' Award
that have screened the film include:
Film Festival, Montreal
World Film Festival, Sao
Paulo International Short Film Festival,
Angeles International Short Film Festival,
Dresden International Short Film Festival, Rushes
Fantastic Film Festival (Pifan),
Commonwealth Film Festival, Incurt - the
festival of European and Mediterranean short films,
Greece Drama Film Festival,
Foyle Film Festival
Sutton as Jim (credits include Lovejoy,
Orlando, The Tichborne Claimant) and Tamsin
Greig as Charlotte (credits include Fran in
BAFTA award winning Black Books for Channel 4 and Debbie Aldridge in The
Archers on BBC Radio 4)
and directed by Kara
Miller - Winner of a 2008 Breakthrough Brits award (the UK Film Council’s high end talent initiative that celebrates a new wave of British filmmaking talent who are on the cusp of mainstream success), Hitchcock Award, the Screen Nation ‘Best Emerging Talent’ award and shortlisted for the BBC’s New Filmmaker Award.
Kara's writing credits include Lolapalooza
feature in development with Working Title Films
Directing credits include Nobody
The Great, Elephant
Palm Tree - UK Film Council funded short
film and How
To Make Friends --- Kara's award winning films have sold to broadcasters such as HBO and the BBC and have screened at film festivals around the world including Sundance, Berlin and London.
musical score by award winning composer, Adrian
of a 2002 Emmy for Shackleton).
Feature films include Divorcing Jack, Jude, Welcome to Sarajevo.
TV series in 2002 include: White
Teeth, The Lost Prince, Tipping the Velvet.
Makes You Dream,
the short film, is loosely inspired by a BBC Radio 4
play called The
Sanctuary / Cheese Makes You Dream which starred Timothy
Spall as a very different Jim (aged 40,
happily married and with a rather unseemly fascination