Shot entirely on 16mm, Florence Kosky's short film 'A Bit of a Fun' is an homage to the 90s TV show she grew up watching, which explores love and loss through the parameters of female friendship. It recently screened at FrightFest and was Finalist at Kingston Upon Thames Film Festival 2020, and in light of its festival circuit, Twelve Cabins spoke with Kosky about working with actors, opting for a nostalgic TV aesthetic and, of course, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

"A Ghost Story by David Lowery was also a big reference. The 16mm cinematography and the mix of haunting sadness and humour when dealing with grief and loss on screen were things I found really inspiring."

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