All The World’s A Stage is about an actor who loses his sense of identity and feels he can no longer perform. Due to this loss, he decides to quit the play he is the star of – with devastating consequences.
This film approaches the subject of suicide through a fairytale-like lens, relaying it’s message through surreal visuals and gentle narration by British national treasure, Olivia Colman.
About the Director:
Florence is a multi-hyphenate who, at 22, already has extensive work spanning across fashion and film, both in front of and behind the camera.
As a model, she’s previously been ranked as one of the top in the world, having worked for a multitude of brands including Burberry, Dior and British Vogue. As an actress, she trained on a year long diploma course at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has since appeared in ‘Doctors’ for the BBC as well as wrapping on two British feature films (‘To Tokyo’ and ‘Eve’) that are due for release at the end of 2018. She has also appeared in a number of short films, including ‘Husk’ which scored her a nomination for ‘Best Practitioner Under 25’ at the 2017 BAFTA qualifying Underwire Film Festival.