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Fiona Whitelaw

Fiona Whitelaw

Fiona Whitelaw (Writer and actress)
A voice for those whose stories are seldom told

Fiona’s driving force as a writer is to tell stories that have not been heard with the voices of those not usually listened to. Her work for screen and stage spans a variety of genres. Her latest feature film Acceptable Damage, about an autistic girl who encounters bullying, is on the festival circuit (watch the film trailer below).

She has two films in development and her stage work is published by Samuel French. She describes herself as “a committed cinephile who loves to be surprised, shocked and provoked by what she sees on screen.”

Fiona has scripted devised work for a number of companies, written theatre in education plays, forum theatre for the elderly community in care homes and sheltered housing and other site specific projects. She is also an actress with nearly 30 films under her belt. She is currently available for commission.

Other posts by Fiona Whitelaw
The Seagull
Star-studded Hollywood take on Chekhov's classical play relies on sterling performances, but it simply lacks the "dirty factor" - in cinemas Friday, September 7th [Read More...]

The Last Witness
Young journalist uncovers dirty war secret involving the slaughter of 22,000 Polish officers, in UK-Poland co-production perhaps best suited for primetime television - in cinemas Friday, August 17th [Read More...]

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