A priest, grieving for a child, separated from his wife, is about to quit the church. Encouraged to take a temporary post in a quiet country parish, he forms a friendship with a young parishioner who comes to practice on the church piano.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Jessica was born in Melbourne, Australia but has spent most of her life in London. She studied Music and Drama at Birmingham University and has an M.A. in acting from Arts Ed. London.
An associate BAFTA member, Jessica has spent much of the last five years living in Los Angeles where, in March 2013 she wrote and directed her first short film, 'Three and a Half Songs', a love story set in the world of the Los Angeles music industry, starring Erik Audé and singer/songwriter Laura Evans. Her second film, Sogni D'Oro (Dreams of Gold) as writer/director and actress followed in June 2013 back in Europe. Starring Russ Abbot, Philip Battley and young newcomers Aliyah Haynes and Rachel Preston, Sogni D'Oro screened at festivals worldwide to great acclaim and won Best Drama in London at the Portobello Film Festival.St Elmo Pictures' latest short film project 'Art in Heaven' will start the festival circuit this year while Jessica is also writing her first feature film which will go into production in 2017 in collaboration with Los Angeles producer Basil Moore.