Three

A mother’s decision to relocate out of London and begin a new chapter of her life brings vulnerable conversations to light, encouraging hope and change in her family dynamic.

Daya Jonés, a recently retired middle-aged mother is getting remarried and leaving her home to her two young daughters, Aiko and Montana. New to adulthood, Aiko basks in her potential and rapidly growing independence, whereas Montana’s sudden career change and pressure of edging closer to 30 intensifies the need of her mother, ultimately distancing the sisters.

Set on Daya’s final day in her home, Aiko and Montana’s conflicting emotions and heightened insecurities towards their mother’s leaving brings a new found vulnerability and much needed change to their relationship dynamic.

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Three (2022)

Region:

United Kingdom

Language:

English, Spanish

Rating:

No Rating

Producer(s):

Shannon Valentine

Director(s):

Destinie Paige

Writer(s):

Destinie Paige

Showtimes:

Thu 21 Sep 2023, 10.00am, NALIS—AV Room

Mon 25 Sep 2023, 1.00pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 09

Tue 26 Sep 2023, 10.00am, NALIS—AV Room

T+T Premiere, Caribbean Premiere


Destinie Paige

Destinie Paige

Destinie Paige is a British Jamaican director, photographer and set designer whose work explores the unseen beauty in the everyday
experiences of women and people of colour. Using photography, film and set design, her imagery has a trademark use of rich colours and elaborate staging that playfully blends inspirations from cinema and fashion to redefine the picture of black culture and femininity.

A recent graduate from Ravensbourne University London, Destinie Paige has written and directed “Three.” During a highly successful 2020, she was featured in Vogue, Grazia and the Evening Standard. In February 2022, she curated her debut exhibition “Black Bxy Joy” at Photographic centre, Photofusion. Destinie’s fashion film “A Kind of Woman,” an ode to plus-sized Black women in fashion, empowering a new vision of femininity that caters to all sizes was recently screened at the V&A in August 2022.

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