Foxhole Spotlight: Reanna Austin

Foxhole Spotlight: Reanna Austin

After featuring... in our fund raising campaign video, Reanna Austin reprised the role of Sophie in her first film performance. Here she talks about being on set for the first time and the conflict of her characters situation within Foxhole.

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Foxhole Spotlight: Lydia Lakemoore

Foxhole Spotlight: Lydia Lakemoore

Nominated for Best Actress... at the Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards for her role in our last short film Extra Time, Lydia Lakemoore returns to working with us in Foxhole. Here she talks about being covered in mud, leaves and bruises for her performance as cult member Shayla.

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Foxhole Spotlight: Jayde Manning

Foxhole Spotlight: Jayde Manning

Being our most frequent collaborator, Jayde Manning has appeared in Why Are You Sad, Coming Home, Demi, Extra Time and now our latest film Foxhole. She speaks to us about her experience on the short thriller and what is was like to get away from London and film in the countryside. 

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Foxhole Spotlight: Kerenza Qayum

Foxhole Spotlight: Kerenza Qayum

She made her debut feature film appearance with us for her role as Dianna in Demi, where she was praised by reviewers for her emotional and powerful performance. Here Kerenza Qayum speaks to us about her role in Foxhole, this time as the antagonist in the story. 

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Women at Sundance 2018

Women at Sundance 2018

Female directed films fill 51% of the short film selection at this years Sundance Film Festival, Rianne Pictures was lucky enough to speak with some of female directors showcasing their work.

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Female Directors Season: Aurora Fearnley

Female Directors Season: Aurora Fearnley

The final installment in our female directors season of interviews is the talented Science Fiction focused director Aurora Fearnley. She talks to us about her upcoming projects Pulsar and Tipping Point, while discussing the challenges of being a female director in the industry and balancing the dual role of a director/actress.

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Female Directors Season: Claire Leona Apps

Female Directors Season: Claire Leona Apps

Claire Leona Appas has been working in the film industry for over a decade. Her debut feature 'And Then I Was French' has been described as 'a kooky, genre-twisting commercial thriller with a surrealist tilt'. Here she talks about the progress of moving from short films to features and finding your way in the industry.

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