CAROLINE STRONG - ACTRESS - DIRECTOR
  CAROLINE STRONG - ACTRESS - DIRECTOR      

RECENT WORK

                  DIRECTING 

Caroline has been dedicating much of her time in the last three years to Directing and Producing for Mousehole Films. The Village on the Loch marks her directing debut and  on its Festival journey the documentary feature has won 14 awards, two further nominations and five Official Selections including HIFF (Hebrides International Film Festival) and B&H International Tourism Film Fesival (Sarajevo). For more information go to these links  - internal page link  Mousehole Films - home page Mousehole Films - official film page for The Village on the Loch @ IMDb 

                      ACTING

              MOUSEHOLE FILMS                      MOVING ON                 SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON

As well as directing, writing and producing 'The Village on the Loch'  Caroline  also narrated this documentary feature and was awarded Best Narrator in the Flicks Film Festival 2019.

Caroline played Carol Mathews in Episode 3

of the latest series of this acclaimed BBC drama series.

 

Caroline played Myra Savage opposite Robert Glenister in this dark Radio 4 chiller.

                             MOVING ON (SERIES 7 )  -  BBC1

Caroline played Carol Mathews in episode three of the new series. This uncomfortable story, Picture of Innocence, examines the dark exploitative side of social media and was written by Shaun Duggan. It was directed by Julia Ford and the cast includes Emma Fryer and Sean Chapman. The series was created by Jimmy McGovern and  produced by Colin McKeowan and Donna Molloy of LA Productions for  BBC1.

    SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON  - BBC RADIO 4

 Kim Sanley as Myra Savage in Brian Forbes ' 1964 classic film, Seance on  a Wet Afternoon

 

Repeated recently on Radio 4 there was another chance to hear Caroline play Myra Savage in SEANCE ON A WET AFTERNOON. This new adaptation of Mark McShane's dark thriller stars Robert Glenister as Bill Savage (a role made famous by the late Sir Richard Attenborough) and is a BBC Scotland Production directed by Bruce Young and adapted for radio by Adrian Bean. The play was first broadcaset on Radio 4 in  February 2014.                     

SPOTLIGHT 2018 by Michael Pollard
WIRE IN THE BLOOD
ISLAND AT WAR
A&E
THIN ICE
EMMERDALE
VINCENT
EMMERDALE - The Doland Family.
LOOSE WOMEN - with Lynda Bellingham.
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