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Three British teenagers, Tara, Skye and Em, are planning the best summer ever. The Greek party town of Malia has it all – booze, clubs, music and hot guys, the ingredients for a party of all parties. Tara has two missions, have a good time and finally have sex. She is still the only one in the group who hasn’t “done it” yet. This heartwarming and lively tale of friendship, young sexuality and coming of age was honoured with Un Certain Regard Prize at Cannes. It was directed by cinematographer and director Molly Manning Walker, who also wowed audiences this year as director of photography on the Sundance laureate, Scrapper.
Molly Manning Walker is a British cinematographer, screenwriter and director. She graduated in filmmaking at the NFTS in London. Her first short film Good Thanks, You? it was selected for the Critics’ Week program in Cannes. She has directed and shot a number of shorts and was DOP on Charlotte Regan’s this year’s Sundance laureate, Scrapper.