KATE CHEESEMAN TV & Film Director
'Blue Room' SHORT FILM
'Roadkiller' SHORT FILM
'What Happened to Evie' SHORT FILM
'Love Somehow' SHORT FILM
TV FILM 'One Whole Heart'
'The Manifesto' SHORT FILM
'The Wind Telephone' FILM IN DEVELOPMENT
'Cherished One' FILM IN DEVELOPMENT
FILM AWARDS AND SCREENINGS
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ONE WHOLE HEART:
Director, 110' minute television feature version of the book Pig Heart Boy about a boy getting a heart transplant from a Pig. BBC. Winner BAFTA , Screened at Chicago IFF, See Awards. (1999/2000)
Director on a short film about a young woman trapped in a grief. Initially made as part of the final competition round for ThatFilmFestival. Starring Georgia Henshaw
WHAT HAPPENED TO EVIE.
Director on short of award-winning screenplay, producer Georgina French. Winner Galway Int FF and best short by a female director in Cannes short film corner, see other awards. Mike Jibson, Sian Reeves and Bessie Coates. (2017) See Awards.
Director on 30 min lyrical film drama about Caitlin Thomas. Starring Sally George and Griff Rhys Jones. July 2016. See awards. Screening at over 40 festivals around the world. (2015/16)
Director, short comedy horror film about the revenge of animal lovers on a “road kill” collector, starring actor Phil Davis. See Awards (2013/14)
Director, short mixed live action and animated opera in collaboration with the Guildhall School of Score written by David Moore – in post-production. (2012/13)
FILMS IN DEVELOPMENT
written by Lena Rae. Told through the eyes of a young girl as she comes to terms with the fact that her father is a killer.
attached as director. Comedy Drama about a musician giving up his prize violin with star comedy lead attached. Producers Alex Nicholls and Gil Adler.
IN THE MIRROR:
When her flat is broken into, a young woman’s perfect life spirals out of control; but is it herself she can’t trust… or someone she knows? Psychological thriller in development with Poz Watson & Producer Georgina French.
A film about what art means to the artist, based on the last years of the painter Monet when he created his great lily canvases. Adapted from the book by Ross King. In development with Sukey Fisher.
NEVER SAY RABBIT;
Screenplay set in world of fishing with Cornish writer Nick Darke. Development funding from Cornwall Film Fund, with Met Films Producer, Stewart Le Marechal.
Kate Cheeseman - Director
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