St.Nowhere

St.Nowhere

Runtime 8:43

Connie, a food factory worker & newcomer, is turning her Mum’s wheelchair into a DIY memorial at their favourite spot on the marsh.
Bill, a local wild-fowler, demands Connie returns it to the hospital or he'll take it to the scrap man.
But Bill carries his own secret, his Grandad’s duck decoy, and hopes that today he’ll feel brave enough to decide what to do.
Shot on location in East Anglia & inspired by the real-life Fens hero Kenzie Thorpe, St.Nowhere is a short film about rural working class life exploring the interplay between nature, grief and legacy.
Do we remember our loved ones the way we think they should be remembered for their peace, or ours?
 

Credits:

  • Morgan Bailey
    Director
    Rumet (National Film & Television School), Cuffed (BFI/Film Hub North)
  • Ryan Gilmartin
    Writer
    Commit (Royal Exchange Manchester) Grieve, Breathe, Smile, Repeat (Royal Exchange Manchester)
  • Ryan Gilmartin
    Producer
  • Gemma Laurie
    Key Cast
    "Connie"
  • Ryan Gilmartin
    Key Cast
    "Bill"
  • Emma Louise Howell
    1st AD
  • Theo Kirkpatrick
    Director of Photography
    Winner - Best Cinematography (US Hollywood International Film Festival 2015)
  • Dave Malkin
    Composer
    Black Power : A British Story of Resistance (BAFTA nominated) The Times 'Best 100 Albums of 2017'
  • Lewis Fernandez
    Editor
    Manchester International Film Festival 2023 : Official Selection (Glass Houses)
  • Dan Rendel
    Post Sound
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