Golden Earth Film Award's Best Editor winner of September 2018 Edition

Best Editor

A Date With Shillelagh Directed by Jeff Stewart, Brian Johnston

Poster of the Film

a Story about The film focuses on the mysogynistic behaviour within the entertainment industry. Highlighted in high profile allegations against media mogul Harvey Weinstein. This film production supports The Me Too Movement. Used as a hashtag on social media, Me Too spread virally in October 2017 in an attempt to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assaults and harassment, especially in the workplace. It followed soon after the sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein.

Starring Eleanor Burke (Jo) who appeared in the Oscar nominated film 'Kon Tiki' and Lauren Cornelius (Karen) a regular with BBC Radio 4 drama, the story follows Jo's dreams of fame. Failing to heed Karen's warnings about slimeball music promoter Billy Tomkins (played by Peter McManus), Jo chances the dance with danger, to pursue her Rolls Royce road to stardom.


About the Director: Jeff Stewart, Brian Johnston

Brian Johnston (pictured in Director's Headshot) has directed the short films Ortus Annabelle and Journeyman. He is currently working on 'The Champ of Champs' boxing documentary about the World's oldest professional boxer. (Photo Credit-Emma Bailey).




Trailer of the film



Behind the scenes of the film



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