Magazine article Screen International

Kate Herron, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

Magazine article Screen International

Kate Herron, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

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After completing her degree at the University for the Creative Arts in south-east England, she began making a series of micro-budget short films through various initiatives and competitions including Film4 Scene Stealers, in which her entry Kill List: The Musical parodied Ben Wheatley's horror-thriller.

Kill List producer Claire Jones saw the short and liked it so much that she sent a personal email to the young director.

Herron's career began to take shape in 2014 after rom-com short Valentine played at Palm Springs and her script Rest Stop earned her a place on the London Comedy Film Festival's mentor scheme, where she was tutored by Sky Comedy's executive team.

Her short Healey's House, directed by 2013 Star of Tomorrow Rob Savage, recently wrapped and is heading for the festival circuit. …

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