|Film Details||The Opening Night|
|Plot Summary||A tale of first love and loss, played out upon a stage.
It's the opening night of a new musical, and backstage life is buzzing for everyone except Marianne, the young female lead. She is lost in her own thoughts, and faces a tough decision - should she tell the male lead, Dorian, that she is in love with him - or are his feelings merely part of the performance?
A visual homage to the theatre and a love note to youth by indie filmmaker Sophie Black.
|Genres||Independent, Romance, Short, Student|
|Triskelle Pictures / UCA Farnham|
|Location||Belper, Derbyshire, United Kingdom|
|Title: The Opening Night
|Title: The Opening Night Trailer
Dimension: 1280 x 720
Running time: 30 seconds
|Dorian: Edward McBride III|
|Marianne: Lucy Hagan-Walker|
|1st Assistant Director: James Reader|
|Cinematographer, original song (lyrics): Emmaalouise Smith|
|Editor, lighting assistant: Laura Brimley|
|Restoration by: Richard Winter|
|Sound: Jesse Tadini Rybolt|
|Writer/Director, Costume & Set Design: Sophie Black|
|2012, short listed
The Aesthetica Short Film Festival
BFI Future Films Festival
Film Directing 4 Women International Film Festival in London