Thursday, 19 October 2017

Former Henley actor lands indie lead role

Former Henley actor lands indie lead role
A NEW independent film stars a former Henley resident in the lead role.

Christie-Luke Jones lived in Henley until the age of 19 in Harpsden Road and attended Sacred Heart Primary School and Gillotts School, before completing his A levels at The Henley College.

He is now in B4, directed by award-winning Harrow-based film-maker Patrick Ryder. The film is in post-production and will hopefully be screened this autumn.

It has recently raised more than £800 on Kickstarter, a funding platform for creative projects, which will go towards creating a professional score for the film, hopefully with live orchestral elements.

Mr Jones, who is now 27 and lives in East Finchley, North London, works for an advertising technology company having earned a combined honours degree in French and German at the University of Exeter.

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