Missing A Note has qualified for an Oscar run, and there’s more on this British short film here.

After premiering earlier this year at the New Renaissance Film Festival (where it picked up a Best UK Short prize), Beth Moran’s debut movie, Missing A Note, now finds itself qualifying for an Oscar run.

Elaine Paige headlines the film, that also stars Ian McElhinney and Darcy Jacobs. It’s a film that touches on the difficulties of living with dementia, and Beth Moran penned the screenplay too, inspired by the story of her grandfather.

Here’s the trailer for the film.

The official synopsis reads as follows…

Schoolgirl and aspiring singer Molly performs before retired opera legend, John O’Connell, in hope he will write her a good scholarship report. But John’s now diminishing memory means Molly is in for a few puzzling surprises in this charming short drama.

And you can find screening news via the film’s website, here: https://www.missinganote.com/

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