Synopsis: Sexually repressed Meghan desperately tries to reach climax but is thwarted at every turn by the ghost that haunts her vagina (no, really).
About the Filmmaker: Sam O’Rourke (she/her) is a queer writer/director originally from the North West of England. Her play Our Town Needs a Nandos was staged at Liverpool’s Everyman Playhouse last year. Sam’s original comedy drama Mincemeat was Nominated for 3 BAFTA Cymru’s. She wrote and directed “Jelly” for Ffilm Cymru / BFI / BBC Wales / Mad as Birds, which went on to win the Chapter Queer Film Prize and feature in Iris Festival. It was also broadcast on Channel 4 and BBC. Sam was also selected for the prestigious BAFTA x Flare program. She has original series in development with The Forge, Story Collective and and Blacklight.
This film is showing in the Late Night Shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 18th November at 20:45.
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