Houdini on screen

The short film of my novel The Houdini Girl has its premiere this weekend as part of the London Short Film Festival. The film, written and directed by Kfir Yefet, isLSFF logo being screened at the Rio independent cinema in Kingsland High Street, Dalston, E8, on Saturday, along with a crop of other love-related shorts, with the programme starting at 1.30pm. Here’s the blurb from the festival website:

Join us in the romantic art deco surroundings of the Rio Cinema in Dalston for a matinee of romantic dramas. There’s an all-star cast including MacKenzie Crook and Bronagh Gallagher in the award-winning romantic sci-fi space epic Orbit Ever After, Andrew Shim (Milky in This Is England) in bittersweet London love story Off Yer ‘Ead, a grizzled Rutger Hauer in Turn, and a serious turn from comedian Jack Whitehall in one-night stand drama The Houdini Girl.

Click here to view the full programme.

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