CREDITS; Additional information.
(Updated Sunday, 28 October 2007)
Clifford Thurlow (Dir), for Metro 7 Ltd, 2004.
Short film (16mm) about a young actress struggling with her career and her past.
UK Premiere at the Curzon Soho.
The 10-minute love story Greta May gets its first showing tonight (Tuesday 15th March 2005) at the Curzon, Soho at 6.30. Produced by Sacha Van Spall, the short film by Clifford Thurlow has been made in association with Making Short Films: The Complete Guide From Script to Screen. Published this month by Berg Books, this how-to guide is being described as the 'bible' for first-time filmmakers.
Greta May gets a second outing next month at Home House. Visit www.making-short-films.com for more information. (ADDED 26 MARCH 2005).
“Greta May” will be screened at the Savannah Film Festival on Wednesday 2 November. For more information visit their website. Savannah Film Festival. (ADDED 28TH OCTOBER 2005)
Greta May has been selected for the Marbella Film Festival (8-10 October) and is in competition in the short film category. The film has been subtitled in Spanish and will be shown twice; see www.marbellafilmfestival.com for details. There will be more details at www.making-short-film.com shortly. Maureen Murray and CT will be attending the festival. Greta May was shown with the other films collected in Making Short Films at CineGuernsey and will be showing at a special film night in October at the Chelsea Arts Club. (ADDED 17 Aug. 2006)
First, follow the link to see Greta May on line at YouTube. It looks surprisingly good! If you feel inclined, you can rate it and even leave a comment, all grist to the mill. The film was audience selected at Savannah Film Festival, Georgia; it was runner-up for best short at Marbella Film Fest, and was shown at CineGuernsey, among other places. It will get its TV broadcast debut on Propeller TV (screening on Sky 192) sometime soon. (ADDED Feb 2007)
“Greta May is up on YouTube. Lighting looks GREAT”. Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rEPzG50GPw (ADDED MAR 2007) Pete Glad your back. In case you missed it, Greta May is up on YouTube. Lighting looks GREAT.
Greta May will be screened at the Leeds Film Festival in November and at some other festival - dtails still hazy - in Chiswick, also in November. The film has now been screened twice on Propeller TV, part of the Sky group.
After showing Greta May at the 2006 Marbella Festival , Maureen and I return to the 2007 fest 5 - 7 October in competition with the 40 minute documentary The Dali Triangle, shot in Spain. (ADDED 2NOV2007)