Synopsis

Inseparable sisters raised in a small town on the Irish border, Lauren and Kelly’s lives were shattered with the mysterious death of their mother. Left to pick up the pieces after her sister abruptly disappeared, Lauren is suddenly confronted with the family’s dark and traumatic past when Kelly returns home after being reported missing for a whole year. The intense sisterhood reignited, Kelly’s desire to unearth their history is not welcomed by all in the small town, as rumours and malice spread like wildfire, threatening to push them over the edge.

Festival History

Official Selection: Toronto International Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival

Cast And Credits

Director : Cathy Brady
Producer : Carlo Cresto-Dina, Charles Steel, David Collins
Screenplay : Cathy Brady
DOP : Crystel Fournier
Editor : Matteo Bini
Cast : Nika McGuigan, Nora Jane - Noone, Kate Dickie, Martin McCann

Director

Cathy Brady

Cathy Brady was born in Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland. She won an Irish Film and Television Academy Film & Drama Award for her debut short film, Small Change (10), and again for Morning (12). Her other works include Rough Skin (11), created for the Channel 4 anthology series Coming Up (03–11), the short Wasted (13), and an episode of the British TV series Glue (14). She directed the first season of the RTÉ2 television series Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope (16, 18). Wildfire (20) is her debut feature film.