Director: Tara Fitzgerald Country: UK Genre: Psychological Drama, UK Premiere Runtime: 15m Block O Screening: Close Up Cinema 24.08 Time: 3.15-4.30 pm
A modern day psychological horror, Nothing Important is the chilling tale of one woman’s efforts to steal her life back from her lonely female neighbour. Stars Rachael Stirling and Linda Marlowe.
Tara Fitzgerald’s directorial début – ‘Prick Thy Neighbour’, a short and curly tale about blooming late love – was made through Film London’s ‘London Calling’ scheme which supports new and emerging talent in the capital. It has thus far been sold to four territories (Japan, France, Italy & USA) by French distribution company Origine Films. Her follow up short film is based on the acclaimed American author Shirley Jackson’s short story ‘Trial by Combat’. A modern day psychological horror, ’Nothing Important’ was shot by BAFTA Breakthrough Brit Anna Valdez-Hanks, and stars Rachael Stirling and Linda Marlowe, with a score composed by Joby Talbot. As an actress, she has recently completed filming Benedict Andrews’ ‘Una’, Brian Helgeland’s ‘Legend’, Daniel Espinosa’s ‘Child 44’ and Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’, plus TV projects ‘Cormoran Strike’, ‘Churchill’s Secret’, ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘The Musketeers’ and ‘In the Club’.