The Significant Lives – a film about mental health

The Significant Lives –
A moving and thought-provoking film about mental health written and directed by Lucy Darrington

The Significant Lives is the debut film of writer and director Lucy Darrington, and is based
on her play Look Left. Set in a dystopian future where science has eradicated all forms of
physical illness but has failed to conquer the “threat” of mental illness. The Significant Lives
explores issues of love, loss, friendship and freedom in an authoritarian world.
Filmed in Suffolk in the atmospheric 11th century home of former international
film agent Kate Campbell, artist Peter Campbell and Oscar-winning cinematographer
Walter Lassally, and at the beautiful creative space of Abbey Hall.

The Significant Lives has a cast of talented young actors, an original score
by William Dodd and cinematography by Chris Silovsky.

Lucy is a resident of Eye and studied at Framlingham College.
Première screening Saturday January 26th 2019 at Abbey Hall, Hoxne Road, Eye, IP23 7NJ.
Featuring a special tribute to Walter Lassally, Oscar-winning cinematographer.
7:00pm for 7:30pm start
Tickets at the door £5 voluntary donation

Proceeds from the evening will be donated to a Suffolk based mental health charity.