A Woman’s Right to Shoes
When Alice is left by her husband, she devises an unusual way to mend her broken heart. But is she making a fool of herself or striking out for a woman’s right to shoes? And exactly how long can she keep it up?
Robyn Grace studied Drama & Film, and English Literature at Victoria University in Wellington, she went straight on to start a career in the theatre, working in lighting, stage management, publicity and eventually Directing, with the critically acclaimed “Dry White and Friendly”. She also directed Alan Brough in his Comedy sensation “You’ve been a bad bad boy Elvis” which toured from NZ to the Montreal Comedy Festival.
Robyn's first short film “A Women’s Right To Shoes” as Writer, Director is currently in the festival circuit, having screened at Palm Springs Shortfest 17, Salento International Festival 2017, Coronado Island Film Festival 2017, been shortlisted for Malta International Festival 2017 and the 4th New Zealand Film Awards 2017, early in 2018 it is scheduled to screen at the Beloit International Film Festival 2018, and the World of Women Film Fair Middle East as part of 2018 International Woman’s Day celebrations. Robyn has also Directed three series of “Korero Mai” ( series 7, 8, 9) which is a Maori language based drama and three episodes of “The Cul de Sac” (S2 Ep3 – S3 Ep 3&4) a popular children’s series for TVNZ. Robyn is in prep for her second short film “Yellow”, which she is shooting in April.