POPDUST interview with Isabella Wing-Davey (about "WAITING" and "The Rain Collector")

I spoke with Andrew Karpan from POPDUST about my 3 minute short film, "Waiting" which is now available online as well as casting, themes and my other work like "The Rain Collector".

"Her work is both impeccably produced and impeccably cast...[Wing-Davey has] "craft[ed] an immaculate filmic style, somewhere in that netherworld between Sofia Coppola's perfectly groomed costumes... and Wes Anderson's penchant for the pastels."

About WAITING: "Within three minutes, Wing-Davey is able to turn the energy of those moving parts into nothing short of a masterpiece of observation, the kind of space that immediately feels populated by real people."

"The Rain Collector" at ATHENA FILM FESTIVAL 2017

"The Rain Collector" at Athena Film Festival 2017

The Rain Collector is coming to the end of its festival run after a wonderful set of screenings. We're thrilled to be part of Athena Film Festival 2017, bringing the film back to New York in Feb 2017. (Screenings on Feb 11th 2017 and Feb 12th 2017). Isabella Wing-Davey will be in attendance for the Q&As after each screening. It's an amazing festival, showcasing wonderful stories about amazing women, and we're delighted to be representing women in science at the festival.

FESTIVAL NEWS: October festival screening times/dates for "The Rain Collector"

Very excited that The Rain Collector is coming up on a year at festivals and it's still going strong.

Very excited to be playing at Cambridge Film Festival in the UK this week, and also at Kerry Film Festival in Ireland, where we're thrilled to be nominated for Best International Short Film, so we're keeping our fingers crossed for that!

Here's a postcard with screening times for the rest of October....

great times at Woodstock Film Festival with some great filmmakers

The wonderful  Ryan Dickie and Abby Horton from New Media Ltd were there with the very funny  "Club Policy" which you can now watch online here, and we were thrilled to have "The Rain Collector"  in the same shorts block as Stephanie Ellis and Traci Carlson with their short film "Baby Teeth".

 

 

**OFFICIAL SELECTION** "THE RAIN COLLECTOR" AT WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL (OCT 13-16TH 2016)

Thrilled to announce "The Rain Collector" is in official selection at Woodstock Film Festival in New York (Oct 13-16 2016).

Representatives from the film will be in attendance for both screenings and the Q&As so do come say hello and ask us a question!

SCREENING INFO: "The Rain Collector" as part of SHORTS: WHISPERS section

Sat Oct 15 @ 6:45pm
Sun Oct 16  @ 4:00pm

Both screenings at: Woodstock Community Center, WOODSTOCK ( 56 Rock City Rd, Woodstock, NY 12498)

**OFFICIAL SELECTION** "THE RAIN COLLECTOR" AT KERRY FILM FESTIVAL (Oct 19-23rd 2016)

"The Rain Collector"  (short film by Isabella Wing-Davey) is going to Ireland!

Thrilled to be screening at Kerry Film Festival 2016 October 19th-23rd 2016

as well as nominated for an award too! More news on that soon.

If you're in Ireland please come see the film! 

Screening info:  Sunday 23rd October at 12:00 noon 

 

 

FESTIVAL NEWS: "The Rain Collector" official selection at 20th Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival 2016

Thrilled to be able to announce that The Rain Collector, directed by Isabella Wing_Davey, will be showing at 20th Annual Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival. Selected from over 5,000 submissions from more than 60 countries,"The Rain Collector" will be featured as part of this year’s Official Competition, and will be in contention for our Oscar Qualifying Grand Prize for Best Narrative Short Film.

"The Rain Collector" screens on Saturday August 13th at 2.30pm in Providence, Rhode Island as part of LIFE IS A ROLLERCOASTER: SHORTS PACKAGE

Huge thanks to George T Marshall and the RIIFF team for inviting us!

Isabella Wing-Davey re-teams with creatives from "The Rain Collector" for new short film in development "UNABLE WORMS"

"Unable Worms" a new short film by Isabella Wing-Davey
A film about two sisters from Hackney dealing with issues of imitation, jealousy and depictions of women on stage and screen.

Kevin Spacey Foundation Artist-of-Choice Shortlisted projected.

Developing with the team from The Rain Collector: 
Director of Photography: Neus Olle
Production Design: Antonia Lowe
Costume Design: Charlotte Espiner