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THE WRONG CAR

A film by Jody Sobral

Overview

‘A great film from this first-time director that left me wanting more,’ Director David Caffrey. The Wrong Car is a road movie about two people at polar opposite places in their lives. ELLA, is carefree and in love with life. While TERRY is at breaking point and in need of help. Both are equally distracted for different reasons, which isn't the best starting point for any journey.

STARRING

Sinead Matthews won The Michael Powell award for best performance in a feature film (Jellyfish) at Edinburgh film festival 2018. Starring as ELLA, carefree and successful she’s in love with life and doesn’t see what’s coming.

Bill Fellows. Hull Gong Awards. Gong Foundation Award [Winner] (2016). Best Drama. Starring as TERRY, at breaking point, he needs help but from who?

WRITER and first-time director.

Jody Sabral won the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger in 2014 and published her first psychological thriller called I NEVER LIE in June 2018. She works at the BBC in London for News gathering when not wearing her creative hat and turned to screenwriting a couple years ago. This is her first project in the role of director and she thrived in it! www.jodysabral.com

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NEWS

DEREK JARMAN LUCY BELL GALLERY
Sandy Powell visits the Lucy Bell Gallery for the exhibition of nseen Photographs and film of Derek Jarman and Prospect Cottage by Derek Brown, Richard Heslop, Mark French, Steve Pyke MBE, Ed Sykes, Andrew Catlin, Liam Daniel, Jan Baldwin, Debi Angel and soundscape by Simon Fisher-Turner
CLARE CLARKSON  PRODUCTION DESIGN​
CLARE CLARKSON PRODUCTION DESIGN​ Commercials. Films. Promos. Documentaries. Working with Clare to keep her high profile media presence up to date.
FURNITURE PHOTOGRAPHY
Mark Thomas Furniture working in the studio with new oak table in the Hastings photo studio
Mark Rothko Art Centre.
Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke
SCARLET FANTASTIC TO HELL
The iconic Scarlet Fantastic return to the fold with a brand new track "To Hell" - some elegant electronic disco noir, produced by Hifi Sean, and featuring artwork by Ladypat. Filmed by Mark French