On a remote island an abusive mother keeps her adult son as a baby aided by his two sadistic siblings. The close knit family’s world is disrupted when the free living woods folk are invited in to baby’s second birthday.
The great Jenny Runacre said a tentative yes to being this week’s guest, but she didn’t want to be asked the same old questions.
“Ship of Fools” Installation piece by Paul Kindersley for the Exhibition of “Queer as Folklore”.
GUCCI Campaign shot by Gus Van Sant, December 2020
Paul Kindersley’s Film “The Burning Baby” 2020, due to be released mid 2021
“And then, settling like a colourful, calming cloud over proceedings, is Jenny Runacre as Marguerite’s (slightly) older confidante, advisor and, to use the modern parlance, her bezzie…”
The star of Antonioni’s The Passenger talks about working with Jack Nicholson, Derek Jarman and John Cassavetes, and the cautionary tale of her friend, Last Tango actor Maria Schneider.
BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE are running a retrospective of Michelangelo Antonioni’s work including a digitally enhanced version of “The Passenger” on at the BFI various dates from Friday 4th January – Friday 24th February 2019.
Jenny is appearing in the Nimbus Theatre Company’s production of The Lady of the Camellias at Waterloo East Theatre in London from Thursday 7th March until 24th March 2019.
Jenny Runacre in Battle of Soho a film about the ongoing battle between the residents of Soho and the Developers. On at the Curzon Cinema Soho on December 15th 2016 – directed by Aro Korol.
On the panel at the Stoke Newington Literary Festival with Andrew Logan.
Jenny Runacre as Myrtha in the English National Ballet’s film “Curing Albrecht” directed and choreographed by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jessica Wright.
Playing the Queen Lear from “Enter Queen Lear” by Timeri N Murari on at the Drayton Arms Theatre, SW5 0LJ.
A Streetwise Film Production directed by Simone Vause.
With Dame Anna Neagle Brussels Film Fesitval
Bod – Jubilee – director Derek Jarman
Elizabeth 1 – Jubilee – director Derek Jarman
Cannes Film Festival with Maria Schneider and Antonioni