plays Grace
Patricia Loveland is a 79 year old actress; she graduated from Oxford School of Drama. She has worked with some of the best directors, in featured roles, such as Dustin Hoffman (Quartet), Neil Jordan (Byzantium) and Katie Mitchell (The Boy I Love). She has also appeared in several TV commercials.
plays Joe
Jonah started his ‘career’ as a model, but very quickly he turned to acting, where he found his real passion. Despite a young age, he has had and supporting roles in many short films, one of which, 'Before You Were Born', was selected to screen at Cannes Film Festival 2017. In addition, Jonah also shot online ads, TV miniseries and has recently finished filming a feature film. You can also find him in the music video of The Vamps most recent single ‘Personal’. In July 2018, Jonah received the Young Artist Award for the Best Performance in a Short Film for his role in Last Day of Summer. The award was granted by the prestigious Young Artist Academy in Los Angeles. When not at school or on a film set, Jonah enjoys Judo, Fencing, Tennis, and Lego.
Plays Joe's Mother
Clova for the last 3 years has been focused on Independent film shorts, film student productions, and corporate work with companies such as Lumina Studios Birmingham and Film AM Nottingham. Supporting roles include Michaela in The Antwerp Dolls IMDB and featured artist for National TV Ad Warner Holidays. Her broad spectrum of earlier work spans community based and historical projects with Cragrats, Venture Productions and Peel Entertainment, to the large scale panto of Bourne Leisure and appointment as Tours Coordinator for Heineken UK. BA Honours Trained in Dramatic Arts at accredited Bretton Hall University College of Leeds, also a Professional singer of 15 years performing in hotels abroad and for P&O Cruise Lines/Royal Caribbean.
Plays Joe's Father
Phil trained at Arts Educational Acting School London, Manchester Metropolitan University, & Hope Street Ltd. He has vast acting experience in both TV & Film including BBC's Being Eileen, Emmerdale, CBBC's Stepping up, Hollyoaks, Titus, 7 Wonders Of Ancient Rome as well as the 20th Century Fox movie EXODUS: GODS & KINGS dir. by Ridley Scott, where he played alongside Christian Bale and Ben Kingsley. Theatre Credits include Ladies Night, Liverpool Royal Court. Alice, Blackpool Winter Gardens & Bullet Shaped Heart, Greenwich Theatre. He has also featured in countless commercials. In 2016/17 he has appeared in Fashion World, Morrisons, House Simple, On the Beach & as Pirate Pete in Pop-up Pirate.
Plays The Nurse
Jane trained in performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and undertook postgraduate training at the Brian Timoney Actor's Centre. Her first feature film role was as an opera singer in Noble, directed by Stephen Bradley. Since then she has been cast in principal roles in short and full length films including: BoXeD, Now I Am Become Death, and The Con Game. The latter two were shown at Cannes in 2016 and 2017. Jane is also an experienced theatre actress, with performances including: Of Mice And Men, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Lionheart Phantom, and Alice In Wonderland, as well as a season of Shakespeare at St. George's Hall, in which she played Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, the Porter in Macbeth, and Prospera in The Tempest.
Plays the Young Woman
Jade Mark is an actor in training at the Liverpool institute for performing arts, due to graduate in 2019. She has worked on several projects in the last year including short and feature length films, commercials and music videos. Although she has a strong foundation of stage and musical theatre training, since moving to Liverpool, Jade has focussed primarily on screen and film acting and she is looking to continue this further. Other recent works include: feature film 'Some Girls Wander' - Short film 'Greener Pastures' and commercial work for CampusLifeUK.
Plays the Young Man
This is Lisle's first time working in front of a camera having recently graduated from Liverpool Theatre School (3 Years, Musical Theatre). Despite having lots of experience on stage, he has always wanted to branch out to television and film and thought being a part of this project would be a brilliant way to start. 'Last day of Summer', tackles some really important issues that aren't always highlighted in our current social climate and Lisle was thrilled to lend himself to the project to help open up this discussion further.
Plays the Security Guard
Tony Richardson spent many happy years treading the boards playing all sorts of characters from Malvolio to The Mad Hatter, before suffering a mid life crisis and going to The Poor School London for two years. This year he has been cast in a number of films playing among others a spiritualist, politician, philosopher, priest, football manager and kidnapper. This years highlights whilst filming include being up to his neck in a freezing lake and face planted in a large chocolate cake.
Plays the Man with a Dog
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Writer & Director
Born in Poland, graduated in Film and Audiovisual Arts in France, and currently based in London. Her two recent short films 'Brothers' and 'My friend Ivor' have been screened and awarded prizes at more than 30 film festivals worldwide. Her feature film 'Dolls Can't Cry', made in 2012 and staring award winning actress Lara Belmont, was shown at independent cinemas in UK and Poland as well as international film festivals. Currently working on her second feature film “Mother”. Besides being a writer/director, Aleksandra has a professional background in visual effects. In 2011 she won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Graphic Design in 'First Life with David Attenborough’ and further Emmy nomination in 2016 for Outstanding Graphic Design in 'Rise of Animals’. Her TV credits include more than 20 documentaries commissioned by Sky TV, Discovery Channel, BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic, Five and The History Channel. Most recent work includes TV series 'Outlander', 'Fear of the Walking Dead', “Victoria” and upcoming feature film ‘Suburbicon' written by Cohen Brothers and directed by George Clooney.
Adriana is a TV and film producer with over 14 years of work experience. She studied Film production management at the National Film School in Lodz, Poland. She started her career in 2003 initially as an assistant producer before becoming a producer. During this time she worked on the production of large scale entertainment TV shows and documentaries. Since moving to London in 2013, she has worked on several exciting documentary and factual programmes for BBC1, BBC2, and the Discovery Channel. For two years she worked as a Producer for Discovery Networks International. In 2011 Adriana founded her own film production company which has produced many corporate videos and short films, some of which, such as, 'Brothers' and ‘My Friend Ivor', have been awarded and screened at various international film festivals.
Executive Producer
Caroline Tod -Richardson has spent over twenty years working within the public sector. She was a Hospital Play Specialist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.After completing her BSc Hons degree at City, University of London she undertook a PGCE (PCET ).As a qualified teacher she has worked at Newham College of Further Education and Charing Cross Hospital. She presently manages a charitable trust based in London and Liverpool.Her charity has recently commissioned a documentary short film to be made at Asylum Link Merseyside. Caroline helped produce the Earl’s Courtiers productions of Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing. She was the Co- Producer / Interviewer for Childhood Memories of WW2 which was performed at the Finborough Theatre and in the Earl’s Court community. Caroline is the Co -Founder and Producer of the Earl’s Court Film Festival /Film Earl’s Court. She is particularly passionate about providing opportunities to emerging film makers. In April 2017, Caroline received the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Mayor’s Award for her services to the community in Earl’s Court, and particularly her work in supporting older people and the arts.
Director of Photography
Magda has been working in the film industry for over 15 years, the last four years in the UK. She is experienced in both forms: documentaries and fictions (for film and TV). She graduated from the Polish National Film School in Lodz as a Director of Photography in 2010 and the Budapest Cinematography Masterclass in 2011, also the prestigious documentary course at Wajda Studio 2005. Her mother, film director, editor and photographer Katarzyna Maciejko-Kowalczyk was also her best teacher. Since 2016 she has been a member of Bafta Crew. Magda is currently working with director Andrea Arnold on her latest documentary. Recently she has been working on many different film projects, such as a modern western and documentaries shot in US and Poland.
Music Composer
Alexandra is a British female composer currently completing an MA in Composing for Film and TV at the University of Bristol. She has scored music for film, animation, opera, dance, circus and theatre productions. She has performed as a pianist, vocal artist and on Tibetan Bowl in John Tavener's memorial concert. Her music has been performed live and played on radio over Europe. Alexandra's work is mainly influenced by minimalism, film composers, electronics and continuous music.
Aaron began working in the production of short films after studying a Masters in Producing Film and TV at Royal Holloway, University of London. This has led to him working on short films as producer, production co-ordinator and screenwriter. He now spends his time back in the North West of England, where he is currently working on his next short film with some of the camera team behind 'Last Day of Summer'.
1st Assistant Director
Sam studied Digital Filmmaking (BAHons) at SAE Creative Media Institute from 2015 until 2017, whilst studying he set up a video production company Branchwork Media which produces creative and corporate video content in and around Liverpool. In 2016 he directed a 30-minute short film that was premiered at Liverpool’s Bombed Out Church at a short film night that was hosted by Branchwork Media. As well as this, He currently works as a freelance film crew member and has just returned from the set of a western film in Milton Keynes.
Continuity Supervisor
Aimee is currently a second year student, studying 'Film and Tv Production’ at Liverpool Media Academy. She has produced various ads and music videos, produced a short film regarding the overuse of mobile phones against the lost art of conversation called ‘Conversation is dead’. She created a documentary about micropubs, in particular ‘Cask Liverpool’ available on Youtube. During the summer of 2017 she worked on a short film called ‘Shooting Fish’ as a production assistant. Most recently she worked as a location assistant on a one day shoot on the soap opera ‘Hollyoaks’ .
Sound Recordist
With over 6 years experience in the industry Paul has worked on over 50 projects ranging from features, shorts, commercials, voice overs and documentaries. He is also experienced in sound design.
Sound Design
Nico has worked in sound for many years. He has gained experience in all aspects of film audio post production with credits on many successful independent films. For many years London has been his home where he operates his own little audio post studio.
Joanna Mozdyniewicz is a recent Media production graduate from Liverpool John Moores University. She is deeply passionate about TV and Film, especially classic Polish cinema. Before coming to the UK to study, she was involved in a number of live events. Until today, she is a of the Solanin Film Festival in Poland. In the UK, she is involved in numerous short film projects. She is always looking for new exciting challenges.
Makeup Artist
Stephanie is 34 years old, wife and mum of 3, from Liverpool. She is experienced a special effects, theatrical and media makeup artist.
Harry Baker is a London-based editor. He's edited over twenty short films, including 'In the Hills', (Official Selection of the 2016 Cannes and Toronto Film Festivals), and is currently working on his first feature length project as sole editor. He was trained at the London Film School, and prior to that studied English Literature at Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Camera Assistant
Andy Flush is a 23 year old, freelance videographer, who, partnered with like minded Sam Birch to form production company "Branchwork Media" which runs out of Liverpool covering all aspects of video production. After spending 2 years in University studying post production, he transferred into a Digital Film Production course in Liverpool and recently graduated with a first class honours degree. After completing various short films and video projects whilst studying, and producing the 30 minute film "Avaritia", Andy is looking to progress as a practitioner by working on a variety of films and projects alongside running their company.
Costume Designer
Always happy to create the look and mood of each character by designing clothes and accessories. Loves to work with colours and styles to highlight the characters ‘emotional journey. In her daily life she is working for Everyman Cinema and generates all colours to get a harmonious colour and mood set for herself and the others.
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