First Kiss (With a Girl)
Temática: Queer, LGTB+
Sinopsis por Julia Amigo
Con altas dosis de ingenio y una puesta en escena minimalista, el corto explora las ideas preconcebidas que tenemos sobre la intimidad en la adolescencia y cómo éstas chocan de frente contra la realidad cuando empezamos a poner en práctica nuestra sexualidad.
¿Qué sabemos sobre lo que significa besar a alguien antes de hacerlo?, ¿y si hemos tenido experiencias poco satisfactorias y probamos algo nuevo?
With high doses of ingenuity and a minimalist staging, the short explores the preconceptions we have about intimacy in adolescence and how they collide with reality when we begin to put our sexuality into practice.
What do we know about what it means to kiss someone before we do it? What if we have had unsatisfactory experiences and try something new?
Clodagh Chapman is a Manchester-based writer/director. Her work includes butterfly (VAULT Festival), which was dubbed “a brilliant show full of heart” [Guardian]. Previously, Clodagh has made work with Tramshed, The Loco Klub, The Glory, Chickenshed and The Wardrobe Theatre, and was part of the early R&D for The Monstrum (National Theatre). She’s also made the PintSized and VAULT Five longlists, and been selected for talent development schemes with Theatre West, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Film London and the Young Vic Theatre.
Clodagh graduated in 2020 with an MA (Distinction) from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Currently, she’s part of NSDF LAB 21/22: a development scheme for up-and-coming theatre makers, under the mentorship of Chris Thorpe.
As well as making her own work, Clodagh is currently a Young Programmer at BFI Film Academy. She also produces Even Baddies Wear Helmets: a podcast hosted about the craft of making children’s content, endorsed by NFTS and ScreenSkills.