Thu, 14 Jan|
Online Event via Zoom
Q&A: In conversation with the team from Saint Maud
We are joined by some of the team behind Saint Maud, lead actress, Morfydd Clark, producer, Andrea Cornwell and production designer Paulina Rzeszowska. Saint Maud is a psychological horror story about a young nurse, Maud, who develops a dangerous obsession with her new patient, Amanda.
Time & Location
14 Jan 2021, 18:00 – 19:00 GMT
Online Event via Zoom
About the Event
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We are joined by some of the team behind Saint Maud, lead actress, Morfydd Clark, producer, Andrea Cornwell and production designer Paulina Rzeszowska. Saint Maud is a psychological horror story about a young nurse, Maud, who develops a dangerous obsession with her new patient, Amanda. The team will be talking about how they designed and created the world around Maud and her patient Amanda, to highlight the contrast between them. They will also be revealing how they constructed the film sets and props to be able to create moments of intrigue and surprise for the audience.
Saint Maud is the debut feature from BAFTA’s 2019 Breakthrough Brit Rose Glass and has received 17 record-breaking BIFA nominations. You can watch the trailer here.
Morfydd Clark, Actress, has starred films The Personal History of David Copperfield, directed by Armando Iannucci, Eternal Beauty directed by Craig Robert as well as on television screens with Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat’s Dracula (Netflix, BBC1) and Jack Thorne’s adaption of Phillip Pullmans His Dark Materials (BBC, HBO). Stage credits include The Old Vic’s King Lear with Glenda Jackson and Les Liaison Dangereuses with Janet McTeer at The Donmar.
Paulina Rzeszowska is a production designer who started her career in theatre before moving into film. Saint Maud is her second feature following the film Imperial Blue, set in Uganda. She has worked as a designer on multiple music videos and commercials, collaborating with artists like Madonna, Dizzy Rascal and Skepta and working with acclaimed directors like Emmanuel Adjei, Romain Chassaing and Weronika Tofilska.
Andrea Cornwell, is an award-winning feature producer. She is currently shooting a thriller set in Pakistan with Oscar-winning director Orlando Von Einsiedel. Her Apostasy (BFI, Creative England and BBC Films) received its world premiere in Toronto in 2017 and was BAFTA nominated and won Best British Film at the Screen Awards. Her documentary film work includes, Seahorse, directed by Jeanie Finlay and multi-award winning Bruce Lee and The Outlaw directed by Joost Vandebrug.
17:55: Please join the webinar
18:00-18:45: Discussion led by host
18:45-19:00: Audience Q&A
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Q&A: In conversation with the team from Saint MaudZoom
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