FILM: Zinnie Harris’ film debut, ‘A Glimpse’

AF Fellow, playwrite Zinnie Harris has released her film debut, A Glimpse! ⁠

What would you say to your past self? ⁠

A young mother accidentally opens a window on her past self, at a time when she was struggling with a series of miscarriages, and doubting everything in her life. How can she now help her past self through this distressing time and see hope in the future?⁠

Zinnie Harris is a multi-award winning playwright and theatre director, now starting to write and direct film. Her stage plays include FURTHER THAN THE FURTHEST THING (Tron Theatre/ Royal National Theatre), MEET ME AT DAWN, (Traverse Theatre / Edinburgh International Festival), THIS RESTLESS HOUSE (Citizens Theatre / National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival), and HOW TO HOLD YOUR BREATH (Royal Court Theatre). She wrote two 90 minute TV dramas for Channel 4 (RICHARD IS MY BOYFRIEND and BORN WITH TWO MOTHERS), and episodes for the BBC1 Drama SPOOKS. As a theatre director she has directed numerous main stage productions for the RSC, the Traverse Theatre, Royal Lyceum Theatre, and the Tron theatre. She won Best Director for the CATS 2017, for her direction of Caryl Churchill’s A NUMBER at the Lyceum Theatre, where she is an Associate Director. ‘A Glimpse’ is her first short film.⁠

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