BONNE WRIGHT said at the London College of Communication BAFTA screening of final-year films last night that she looked forward to collaborations with the future greats of world cinema.
Bonnie’s film, Separate we Come, Separate we Go, critically acclaimed at Cannes this year, was one of 13 final-year films by BA (Hons) Film and Television LCC students on show at the home of British film art.
“I’ll take the relationships I’ve built at LCC with me and will continue to make films with this next generation of film makers,” she said.
Bonnie is already working on a music video with the cinematographer who shot her LCC short film, which is about a girl who befriends an old man in the barren landscape of Dungeness in Kent.
“That might set the alarm bells ringing, but the main story message is to take opportunities in life and to be spontaneous,” she said.
The ex-Harry Potter star is acting in three films this year, and is already working on a second short film.
This film, she says, is completely removed from personal experience. “Separate we Come, Separate we Go is in no way autobiographical, but it is inspired by the time I have spent in Dungeness and my parents have a house there.
“With this new film, I want to try something new, to be out of my comfort zone,” she said.