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"You said you always wore orange because your name was Clementine, and that I didn’t, because it was mine."

Clem is returning to her childhood home.  


After almost seven years away, it is not only the funeral of her once stepfather that is bringing her back,

but what she is running away from and who she is returning to; her old step-sister Clémentine. 


The women haven’t seen each other since they were separated, but what tore them apart as teenagers is now pulling Clem back. 

' There is much to love about every aspect of Barraclough’s observation on love, loss and fleeting moments of illusory bliss. The whole thing plays out like someone’s idealised, glimmering memories from years ago, the actual event of which was less than poetic.' Indie Shorts Mag

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laurie barraclough


A graduate of University of Arts London’s inaugural Film Masters, Laurie co-wrote 'Clementines', his first professional short since graduating, with screenwriter Frankie Meredith.

Though a filmmaker first, a winding creative journey has taken Laurie beyond film into music, advertising, photography and theatre in his short career.


'Clementines' represents Laurie's return to narrative drama and having directed several music videos, installation pieces, commercials and plays in the last two years, he has honed the distinct storytelling style and strong cinematic voice on display in the film.

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frankie meredith

A graduate of the Lyric Hammersmith Young Writers Program and the Soho Theatre Writers Lab, Frankie's debut play ‘Turkey’ had a sell out run at the Hope Theatre.

She is currently under commission with LB Productions and has recently been working with MiddleChild and Paines Plough on developing new work.


Frankie has also completed a web series which she wrote and directed with MapleRoad, called ‘Becoming Danish’ coming soon to Instagram (IGTV) and Vimeo. She is represented by Independent and although predominately a playwright, is equally as passionate about bringing female led stories to the screen.

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isabella speaight

Isabella is an English actress from London. She graduated from the Oxford School of Drama in 2018, following a BA in Theatre and Performance at the University of Leeds.


Whilst at drama school Isabella’s theatre credits include Machinal (Sophie Treadwell), The Heresy of Love (Helen Edmundson) and King Lear. Isabella is a member of the theatre company, Clean Break, who work with ex-offenders and vulnerable adults.


'Clementines' is Isabella’s debut as a producer and she's excited to continue creating work with like-minded artists. Isabella is represented by Independent Talent.

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molly murphy 

Molly is an English actress and producer from the South of France. She graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2017.

Since graduating she has featured in short films Two Moons (Mathis Van Den Berg) and Industrious (Harry Darrell). Her stage credits include The Gift (Chelsea Theatre, 2018), Antony & Cleopatra (Stockwell Playhouse, 2018), A Midsummer Night's Dream and Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, 2019). 


'Clementines' is Molly’s first venture as a producer, and she holds this project very close to heart, being set in her native France.

' A delicate, beautifully calibrated film. ' Coky Giedroyc