Sophie’s the new girl at a school in Wiltshire and, coming from Manchester, she feels a bit of an outcast. She is keen to pursue a relationship with one of the most popular girls in school Natalie. Natalie is keen at first but her reservations towards Sophie prove to get in the way of things.
The topic of LGBT is so current and important in todays world and it's so important that we celebrate it. A topic that has always been important to our writer, she is a firm believer that films involving the LGBTQ+ community don’t need to be the main plot line, or the cause of a disequilibrium. 'Stretching The Play' is a film about a gay couple, not about the fact that the couple are gay.
Also with women in film being a big discussion, creating a film with a female led cast and crew has always been a main priority for us and we're excited to surround ourselves with a company of talented female creatives.
Aimee is the writer and director of ‘Stretching the Play’. She’s in her final year of Film Practice at London South Bank University. Aimee has developed a love of writing and directing over her course, and has always had a passion for comedy ever since she was in school.
Lottie is the producer of 'Stretching The Play'. She is also in her final year of Film Practice at London Southbank University. Throughout the years of studying film she has found a love for producing and is enjoying watching the project come together.
Aimee and Lottie have worked together on previous projects and are very excited to work together again. They both share a passion for gender equality, something very important in every project they’ve both worked on together.
Charlee is the editor and 1st Assistant Director of 'Stretching The Play'. Not just only an editor for The BFI from years 2014-15, but all round miracle worker and 'fixer in post'.
Charlee, Aimee and Lottie have all worked together on multiple films and projects over the last three years, all knowing how each other work and tick to make exciting, funny and engaging films for a range of different audiences.
Sophie Galustian is the lead actress in our film. Aimee wrote this film based on Sophie herself, as her sharp wit and care-less attitude are something that Aimee found very endearing about her as a person. She also studies at London South Bank University, but as a Drama student, and is very excited about the role and the film.
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