Premiere event for ‘Lone’, a film for Emmanuel House

Lone is a short film based on the lived experiences of homeless people in Nottingham, commissioned by Emmanuel House to launch this year’s winter appeal. From the directors of BBC One’s Soul Boy Luke Radford and Toby Curson, Lone stars award-winning Television Workshop actor Justine Emma Moore, as well as Emmanuel House staff and beneficiaries. The first-person narration was written by playwright Sophie Ellerby.

Join us on Friday 6th November at 6pm on our Zoom Webinar for the exclusive screening of Lone, a film for Emmanuel House Support Centre.

Register for our launch event to watch the exclusive screening of the film.

What to expect from the screening and Zoom Webinar:

  • Introduction to film and winter appeal from Emmanuel House CEO Denis Tully
  • Screening of the 30-second trailer
  • Thank yous from Emmanuel House and filmmakers
  • Exclusive premiere of 9-minute film
  • Panel interview with co-directors Luke Radford and Toby Curson and Emmanuel House support worker Hannah Byrne

You can submit a question about the film to the panel in advance of the event. Please email them to rosie.needhamsmith@emmanuelhouse.org.uk.

If you can’t join us online, the full film will be available to watch on the Emmanuel House website from Friday 6th November.

Lone was made to raise awareness of the work we do to help those who are homeless, rough sleeping, in crisis or at risk of homelessness. It tells the story of Gemma, a young woman who becomes homeless when the relationships with the people closest to her break down. Whilst living on the streets Gemma is told about Emmanuel House from where she is able to take her first steps out of homelessness.