96 Ways To Say I Love You, the short film written and directed by Daisy Aitkens and starring David Tennant and Georgia Moffett, has been selected for inclusion in this year's Cambridge Film Festival.
The eleven minute short will be part of the Short Fusion programme, a selection of the best short films from the UK, Ireland, Canada, Belgium, South Korea, Japan, Israel and the USA. The films are linked by the themes of Secrets, Space & Oddity, Childhood, Love & Death and Motion. The Cambridge Film Festival, now in its 35th year, runs from the 3rd-13th September.
96 Ways To Say I Love You
I LOVE YOU
Who says it first? This film explores that age old question via a mockumentary interwoven with a love story narrative. As well as, naturally, a great twist. 96 Ways To Say I Love You investigates the fragile power dynamic of saying those three little words. It's a romcom with real characters, real relationships, real screw ups.
The film stars David Tennant as Mark and Georgia Moffett (also the producer) as Olive with Joel Fry, Adam Paul Harvey, Christian Brassington, Nina Sosanya and Ingrid Oliver. It premiered at the London International Film Festival earlier this year.
Read our review from the recent LA screening here.
Watch this space for more details on screening dates and tickets. Cambridge residents can get a first look at the festival programme in today's edition of the Cambridge News.