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Old 04-25-2017, 05:51 PM
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Post Bonnie Wright premieres short 'Phone Calls', talks work on first feature-length movie

Bonnie Wright debuted her latest short films and directorial work, Phone Calls, at this year's Tribeca Film Festival. A few photos of the Harry Potter actress at the premiere of the feature (more information on that below), as well as a director's brunch at the festival and other events, can be found here.





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Phone Calls is an anthology series of conversations exploring the way people speak to each other when not face to face. Free of physical proximity, a space is born in which personal truths and, often times, ugliness is unleashed by those closest to you as well as those most foreign.
The 20-minute short feature, which Bonnie worked with alongside fellow filmmaker Martin Cohn, had two screenings last week at TFF, and will be available to watch for all after the festival's end on the Tribeca Now platform.

Bonnie also mentioned that she and Cohn are starting work on their first feature-length movie now, and are in early stages of production and screenwriting.




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What do you hope to do in the future as a filmmaker?
Bonnie Wright:
I guess itís always the aim to start heading into feature-length films, which Iím really excited about, but itís been fun Ö

Martin Cohn: Weíre sort of gearing up to start work on our first feature, writing the first outlines, the first ideas.

Whatís your writing process like?
Bonnie Wright:
A mixture. A lot of mine Ö itís all so character heavy that often Iím usually thinking of events that come out of that afterwards, rather than before, but itís so hard to explain I think. Our creative process Ö it doesnít make sense. It just happens.
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