Luke Losey, Director

luke losey


Country of origin: United Kingdom


Languages spoken: English

One Last Dance

  • Drama
  • English
  • 13 minutes
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'One Last Dance' is a ghost story, a tale of three generations of men, of lost love and the intimacy of a dance.A reluctant visit to his grandson's dance group gives an old man an unexpected chance to reconnect with his past and reignite his passion for life.

Selected by: The Film Network

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    Serge Teulon

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    Production designer

    Erik Rehl

  • Glen Laker


    Glen Laker

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  • Paul Hartnoll


    Paul Hartnoll

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    Jonathan Pryce

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    Shane Attwooll

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    Sara Kestelman

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I started out as a runner on a Derek Jarman film, then spent a good few years in the art department.I had my first break as a director in the mid 90's when I directed ‘The Box' a stop frame animated short film shot on 35mm, starring Tilda Swinton (in the flesh) with music by the legendary British electronic pioneers Orbital. ‘The Box' used experimental techniques combined with time-lapse photography and soon became a multi-award winner that played internationally at festivals.Some of my other films include 'i', 'Style' (another stop frame animation inspired by Kafkas Metamorphosis) The boy in the Oak - a teaser for film for a larger project. As well as many strange & memorable music videos for cult bands and even a few ads.One Last Dance is my first full blown narrative film, it stars Jonathan Pryce, Sara Kestelman & Shane Attwooll, its been on the festival circuit since late summer 2016, having played Rhode island, LA shorts, London lift off, NY shorts, Dingle and Manchester international FF (amongst quite a few others) & picking up a few awards on the way.

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