Time & Again (2019)Written & Directed by Rachel Dax. Produced by Rachel Dax, Amorette Darby, Lisa Davies & David Ball.
Former lovers, Eleanor and Isabelle meet again in a residential care home, sixty years after their relationship break up.
Time & Again is a heart-wrenching and heart-lifting tale of two young women separated by society, being given an unexpected chance to make peace in the winter of their lives.
We are excited to announce that Time & Again is now available to a worldwide audience either to RENT or STREAM via LESFLICKS!
Time & Again premiered on BBC Wales on Saturday 29th February 2020 at 9pm and was then available on BBC iPlayer for a year. It was broadcast a second time on BBC Wales on Saturday 23rd January 2021 at 9pm, and then a third time on BBC Four on Monday 16th August 2021 at 9pm.
We would like to thank the BBC very much for their support of our film!
SCREENINGS & AWARDS
WICKED QUEER LGBT FILM FESTIVAL Boston, USA (March 2019). WINNER – AUDIENCE AWARD – BEST WOMEN’S FILM
SWANSEA PRIDE, Wales, UK (May 2019)
OUTWEST FILM FEST Reno, Nevada, USA (June 2019). WINNER – JURY AWARD – BEST LESBIAN FILM
SHANGHAI PRIDE FILM FESTIVAL, China (June 2019)
KOREA QUEER FILM FESTIVAL, Seoul (June 2019)
OUT FILM CT, Connecticut, USA (June 2019)
CARDIFF MINI FILM FESTIVAL, Wales, UK (June 2019). WINNER – JURY AWARD – BEST WELSH FILM
BRISTOL QUEER VISION FILM FESTIVAL, England, UK (July 2019)
L –FEST ‘LESFLICKS’ CINEMA, Llandudno, Wales, UK (July 2019)
OUTFEST LOS ANGELES, USA (July 2019). WINNER – AUDIENCE AWARD – BEST NARRATIVE SHORT
NORTH CAROLINA LESBIAN & GAY FILM FESTIVAL, Durham, USA (August 2019)
EAST VILLAGE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL, New York, USA (August 2019). WINNER – JURY AWARD – BEST SHORT FILM
INTERNATIONAL ERESSOS WOMEN’S FILM FESTIVAL, Lesbos – 18th September 2019.
BARRY PRIDE screening at THE SMALL SPACE CINEMA, Barry (UK) – 19th September 2019.
MONTREAL FEMINIST FILM FESTIVAL/FESTIVAL DE FILMS FEMINISTES DE MONTREAL (Canada) – 18th -22nd September 2019
QCINEMA FORT WORTH, Texas, (USA) – 3rd – 5th October 2019. WINNER – AUDIENCE AWARD – BEST SHORT FILM
REELQ PITTSBURGH LGBT FILM FESTIVAL (USA) – 3rd-12th October 2019.
OUTFLIX FILM FESTIVAL, Memphis (USA) – 4th-10th October 2019.
SEATTLE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL (USA) – 10th-20th October 2019
EVERYBODY’S PERFECT QUEER FILM FESTIVAL, Geneva (Switzerland) – 11th-20th October 2019.
WAY OUT WEST FILM FEST, Albuquerque (USA) 11th-20th October 2019.
CAMBRIDGE FILM FESTIVAL (UK) – 17th– 24th October 2019.
CARDIFF INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (UK) – 24th- 27th October 2019. WINNER – JURY AWARD – BEST SHORT FILM
Q-FILM WEEKENDER, Northampton (UK) – 8th-10th November 2019.
LAS VEGAS QUEER ARTS FILM FESTIVAL (USA) – 8th-10th November 2019. WINNER – AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD
THE BUSH FILMS, QUEER FILM SERIES, New York City (USA) – 18th November 2019.
IMAGE + NATION LGBTQUEER FILM FESTIVAL, Montreal (Canada) – 21st November – 1st December 2019.
O MOVIES FILM FESTIVAL, Naples (Italy) – 1st-7th December 2019.
MERLINKA FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL QUEER FILM, Belgrade (Serbia) 5th-8th December.
BERLIN LESBIAN & NON-BINARY FILM FESTIVAL, (Germany) – 6th-8th December 2019.
SPUTNIK CINEMA INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, (Berlin, Germany) 18th -21st December 2019
RAINBOW UMBRELLA FILM FESTIVAL, London (UK) – 9th-12th January 2020. WINNER – JURY AWARD – BEST DIRECTOR: RACHEL DAX. BEST ACTRESS: BRIGIT FORSYTH.
PINK LIFE QUEER FEST, ISTANBUL (Turkey) 3rd-26th January 2020.
CARRIBEAN SEA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, Margarita Island (Venezuela) 23rd-25th January 2020.
QUEER LENS INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL CHENNAI (India) 8th-9th February 2020. WINNER – JURY AWARD – BEST SHORT FILM
SILVER LAKE FILM SOCIETY – QUEER LOVE STORIES, Los Angeles (USA) 13th February 2020.
QUEER SCREEN MARDI GRAS FILM FESTIVAL, Sydney (Australia) – 13th -27th February 2020.
SHROPSHIRE LGBT HISTORY MONTH, Shrewsbury (UK) – 16th February 2020.
FINDECOIN INDEPENDENT INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, Puerto la Cruz (Venezuela) 24th-26th February 2020.
DURANGO INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL COLORADO (USA) 4th-8th March 2020.
WOMEN’S FILM FESTIVAL, Battleboro, Vermont, (USA) – 20th-29th March 2020.
GEELONG PRIDE FILM FESTIVAL, VICTORIA, (Australia) 2nd – 5th April 2020.
BRIGHTON ROCKS FILM FESTIVAL, Brighton (UK) – 20th-21st June 2020.
LONDON LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL, Otario (Canada) – 1st – 3rd May 2020.
OUTFEST & AARP UNITED IN PRIDE ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL, Los Angeles (USA) – 26th June – 5th July 2020.
VINIUS QUEER FESTIVAL, Krieves (Lithuania) – 9th -13th September 2020.
QUEER FILMFEST ROSTOCK, (Germany) 22nd – 24th October 2020.
NYC DOWNTOWN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, New York (USA) 2th – 4th October 2020. WINNER – BEST ACTRESS – SIAN PHILLIPS
PERLEN QUEER FILM FESTIVAL, Hannover (Germany) 16th – 24th October 2020. WINNER – BEST SHORT FILM
PRIDE PICTURES QUEER FILM FESTIVAL, Karlsruhe (Germany)19th – 25th October 2020.
QUEER FILM FESTIVAL WEITERSTADT (Germany) 21st October – 4th November 2020.
The Original Theme Song “Time & Again”
Composed by Michael O. Lewis and performed by Boo Golding and Phoebe Rose White.
Immerse yourself in this delicate, poignant and atmospheric composition by visiting Spotify or downloading it from Apple Music.
Dame Siân Phillips – Playing Eleanor
Dame Siân Phillips has a career spanning seven decades. She has starred in countless roles in Theatre, TV and Film. One of her most well known television roles was the Empress Livia in the landmark BBC series I, Claudius. She has worked with film directors from across the globe including David Lynch – playing the Reverend Mother in SciFi classic Dune. Siân has won several awards for her work on stage and screen, including three BAFTAs. She was also nominated for a Tony and an Olivier award for her portrayal of Marlene Dietrich in the play Marlene on Broadway and London’s West End.
Brigit Forsyth – Playing Isabelle
Brigit Forsyth has been an actress for over 50 years. She trained at RADA where she won the Emile Littler prize and has toured theatres internationally and nationally, including London’s West End where she played Dusa in Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi the Pam Gems hit play, and Mare in Calendar Girls. She has toured with The National in Alan Bennett’s play People and recently enjoyed working at the Arcola on Now This is Not The End. Brigit has had a considerable television career, and is best remembered for Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads? in which she played Thelma. She can currently be seen in Still Open All Hours in which she plays Madge. She is also a musician, composes for the cello and sings with a band of actors called The Fircones. Brigit has done countless radio plays.
Mair Rowlands – Playing Angela
Mair Rowlands is a Welsh actress who has worked primarily in the Welsh language for the past 25 years. Most recently, Mair has appeared in the BBC hit show Keeping Faith. Other television credits include Ballroom, Fun at the Funeral Parlour, A Mind to Kill and Belonging. Film credits include The Girls and Kevin Allen’s production of Under Milk Wood. In Time & Again, Mair is playing Angela, Isabelle’s well-meaning daughter.
Phoebe Rose White – Playing Nurse Jess
Phoebe Rose White played supporting role Anne in Rachel’s last film A Delicate Love and was the lead in Craig Fisher’s Sweet Sixteen, which Rachel produced. Phoebe regularly performs in musical theatre productions in London as well as national tours. Recent theatre credits include Mad On Her directed by Ashley Luke Lloyd and RENT directed by Rachael Blaney. In Time & Again she is playing Nurse Jess, with whom Eleanor (played by Siân Phillips) likes to banter!
Rachel Dax – Writer, Producer & Director
Time & Again is Rachel’s tenth short film. Her last short, A Delicate Love, screened in twenty film festivals and won three awards. Her previous film, Planet Love, had over 2 Million hits on YouTube. As well as making Time & Again, Rachel is developing her first feature film, Banned Girls, which she hopes to shoot in 2019. Rachel also produces films for other writer-directors and teaches Film Theory & Production.
Amorette Darby – Co-Producer
Amorette has an MA in Producing and has produced short films along side working in TV production for several years. She has worked on Doctor Who, Casualty, The Bastard Executioner, Stella, and A Discovery of Witches. She is currently employed at Gorilla Post Production.
Lisa Davies – Co-Producer
Lisa has produced the BAFTA and Celtic Media Festival nominated The Homing Bird, Mayonnaise Malaise, The Busker, It’s Gd 2 Tlk and Little Monsters. She was a Unit Manager on Indie Feature Burn Burn Burn, which premiered at London Film Festival and was nominated for the Sundance Discovery Award. She was also the Producer on Stuffed a BFI funded film, starring Ronni Ancona.
David Ball – Line Producer
David has been working in the industry for over 40 years. More recent credits include: The I Inside (Co-Producer), Big Nothing (Line Producer), Heidi (Line Producer), The Contractor ( Co-Producer), Roman Mysteries (Producer), Abraham’s Point (Line Producer), Street Fighter Assassins Fist (Producer).
Keefa Chan – Director Of Photography
Keefa won the BAFTA Cymru award for best Cinematographer in 2015. He has worked on countless short films and features including: Habbilni Ha Nirbah, Fog Of Sex, Mr Calzhage, Behind Closed Doors and Tin Dancing Shoes.
Leigh-Ann Regan – Casting Director & Executive Producer
Leigh-Ann is the owner of Regan Management – one of the UK’s most successful talent agencies and casting services.