Some Girls Wander picks up a big prize from Brighton’s independent film festival.

Written and directed by Geoff Woodbridge, Some Girls Wander is an independent drama that took three years to make. It was a self-funded project, that covers topics such as homelessness, mental illness and abuse.

As the movie’s synopsis explains, “a chance meeting of two unlikely characters from different generations, experience and gender find comfort within each other’s conflicting viewpoints on life whilst struggling with their circumstance of living on the street. Their dark paths are about to become uncovered, but what you’ll find under the surface is a realm of dialogue fuelled with film reference”.

And the film has just picked up a notable prize, having been awarded Best Feature at the Brighton Rocks International Film Festival. The festival has attracted many entries, and thus it’s no mean for the movie. Some Girls Wander will be screening there on 12th July, and you can find more information on that here. https://www.brightonrocks.org/

Here’s a promo for the movie. As we hear of more screenings, we’ll let you know.

 

 

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