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Short film Missing a Note gets critical praise at film festivals in the UK

Short film Missing a Note gets critical praise at film festivals in the UK

Short film ‘Missing a Note’ is getting critical acclaim at a number of UK festivals as it continues to gather momentum ahead of awards season.

Starring British actors Darcy Jacobs, Elaine Paige, Ian McElhinney and directed by Beth Moran, the short film has captured audiences with its engaging and delightful story.

‘Missing a Note’ has so far screened at a number of prominent festivals. It was included in the official selection of the Winchester Film Festival where its director, Beth Moran, was nominated for Best British New Director.

The film also played at the New Renaissance Film Festival where it won the award for Best UK Debut Short. It also played at the Chichester International Film Festival, the Foyle Film Festival and most recently, its lead actress, Darcy Jacobs, took home the award for Best Young Actress at the Birmingham Film Festival.

With its recent successes, the short will certainly be a contender for festival programmes and award shows in the coming months, and thanks to the support of its grassroots funders, the film has only just begun to make its mark on the film industry and wider audiences.

‘Missing a Note’ was produced by UK production company Fact Not Fiction Films which is also behind thecritically acclaimed ‘Everybody Flies’ documentary that premiered at the Raindance Film Festival this year. ‘Missing a Note’ also recently received a screeningalongside award-winning short film ‘Sylvia’ at the London Transport Museum’s Cubic Theatre.

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