Our chums over at Chew TV got to interview the beguiling Bafta-winning Gaby, who, among other things, once played a Communist Girl (talk about things getting better and better) in classic comedy sitcom Allo, Allo.
She’s part of a filmmaking family -her sister makes films and one of her sons plays the drowning boy in her Bafta winning On Clear Day.
In the interview with Chew’s Max Hepworth-Povey, Gaby unveils the new working title of her latest project, not Lorelei at all. And she has a few of tips for would-be directors looking to get cash. Here’s just one: when pitching be slick, but not too cool -that’s us out, then…
Take a gander at the Chew chat with the filmmaker who moved to the other side of the camera after 12 years as an actor, apparently to be more than a pawn in another man’s films, or because she enjoyed it more (depending on which interview you read).
And here’s a special treat, the On a Clear Day trailer
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PS, if you fancy taking charge at ChewTV, there’s a job going.
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