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Screen International Interview

Shooting People ‘Film of the Month’ Winner 

Shooting People Interview 

Brighter Borough - Refinery 29  |  Fashion School Daily  |  Fashion Popcorn  

Gemma Mitchell - Co-founder of Underwire Festival for Women

"A Moment to Move by Georgia Parris was a particular favourite of mine this year, winning in the XX Category for its inspiring depiction of an older woman reclaiming her sense of self."

Will Massa - Head of Development at Collabor8te

Brighter Borough... “a hugely gratifying synthesis of dance, fashion, film and sound delivered with precision by a director with a keen eye for visual composition. Gentle and soothing as a summer breeze.”

Sadiq Khan MP 

“Fantastic short film from Wandsworth director and designer siblings” 

 

 

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BBC Interview

Underwire Film Festival Interview

Screen International Interview

Shooting People ‘Film of the Month’ Winner

Shooting People Interview

Brighter Borough - Refinery 29  |  Fashion School Daily  

 

Sadiq Khan -  London Mayor 

Brighter Borough... “Fantastic short film from Wandsworth director and designer siblings” 

Gemma Mitchell - Co-founder of Underwire Festival for Women

"A Moment to Move by Georgia Parris was a particular favourite of mine this year, winning in the XX Category for its inspiring depiction of an older woman reclaiming her sense of self."

Wendy Mitchell - Editor at time of Screen International

A Moment To Move should be lauded for turning the spotlight on the middle aged mother of the bride Martha as its central character – the kind of woman that could be shunted to the sidelines as in most stories. Women don’t disappear just because they reach middle age, and it’s great that A Moment To Move delves  into the inner emotions of a real woman. Seeing Martha on the dancefloor was a powerful moment in this film that reminds us that women of a certain age aren’t one-dimensional, and in fact they might be more interesting at middle age than at age 22.”

Will Massa - Head of Development at Collabor8te

Brighter Borough... “a hugely gratifying synthesis of dance, fashion, film and sound delivered with precision by a director with a keen eye for visual composition. Gentle and soothing as a summer breeze.”