Prangover is a short silent comedy film about a woman's fears the morning-after the night before. From fears of STIs to unwanted pregnancies the film seeks to document the trauma of post-sex scares from a female perspective, and the ignorance from most men who aren't exposed to the same fears.
Celine Buckens wrote and directed the film which has been recognised at this month's BFI Future Film Festival. The Festival is the UK's largest festival for young, emerging filmmakers. There are events and screenings taking place all week at the BFI Southbank as well as online, with a view to help talented young filmmakers break into the industry.
Celine is shortlisted in the Best Director category with the winners being announced on Sunday 20th February.
Celine Buckens is a successful actress, known for her portrayal of Emilie in the award winning Steven Spielberg epic War Horse, as well as starring as Talitha Campbell in the recent BBC drama series Showtrial. She is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click her image to see her profile page and hear her voiceover showreel.