Wild Honey Pie

By Megan David

SYNOPSIS

Happily married, mid-thirties, and without children, Gillian (Jemima Kirke) and Oliver (Richard Elis) may not be moving at the pace of other couples, but they’re happy. However, parents and friends have been pestering Gillian to move past her meandering writing career and get a new more stable job. 

Despite Oliver’s initial doubts, their decision to mount a “Shakespeare by the Sea” festival starts to take shape. It seems like a winning idea, yet it’s not all a midsummer night’s dream, as cracks in their organisational skills start to surface, and reveal the fragile nature of their relationship. Will this new step in life prove fruitful for them, or will it become akin to some Shakespearean tragedy?

 

WELSH CONNECTIONS

  • Writer-Director Jamie Adams is Welsh (Black Mountain Poets / BIFA and SXSW-nominated), from Porthcawl in South Wales. 
  • WHP was filmed in Porthcawl, South Wales. 
  • Lead actor Richard Elis trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, and he has worked extensively in Welsh TV, theatre and film). 
  • Cast member William Thomas is Welsh, with four decades of acting under his belt and was awarded Best Actor BAFTA Cymru in 2007.

 

RELEASE

Date: Friday 14th June

Certificate: TBC

TECHNICAL

Length: 87 mins

Language: English

Format: DCP / Blu-Ray TBC

 

BOOKING

Distributor:  Munro Film Services

Contact: Frank Smith at Munro Films - franksmith@munrofilmservices.co.uk

 

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WHAT NEXT? 
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