by Alexandra Boyd
June 8, 2022
PODCAST: Fierce Female Filmmakers
Alexandra Boyd, the con-founder of Artemisia's Daughter, is in conversation with award winning filmmaker Luana Di Pasquale who explains her journey to filmmaking.
January 15, 2022
by Tom Denman
December 8, 2022
(The Angry Princess)
December 12, 2021
REVIEW: "With very little dialogue but some powerful visual imagery, Keep Mum compresses a 24-hour journey into a nightmarish and thoroughly engrossing 15-minute mystery that is chilling, disorienting, and dread-inducing."
December 11, 2021
"NEWS: Award-winning short KEEP MUM makes an official selection at the AxWound Film Festival 21"
by Ismael Abdusalaam
October 19, 2021
by Kettle's Yard ( University of Cambridge)
This summer, Kettle’s Yard worked with a year 9 class from North Cambridge Academy to explore the Untitled: Art on the conditions of our time exhibition and produce a short film in response. Through an open-call interview process, the students selected film-maker Luana Di Pasquale to co-produce the film with them. Luana led the students through the basics of film making and supported them to develop a clear vision of the story that they wanted to tell through their film.
by Adam Dodd
INTERVIEW: "Writer/Director Luana Di Pasquale offers insight into the harrowing, award-winning psychological drama, Keep Mum"
June 23, 2021
Feb 13, 2021
INTERVIEW: Beyond The Limit: Keep Mum By Luana Di Pasquale
by Anna Mayers
February 3, 2021
REVIEW: "Whether you pick this film to see what the fuss is all about, or take the time to learn and understand the story behind it,it really is one to remember."
16 October 2020
REVIEW: "Luana Di Pasquale’s Keep Mum never stops erupting. No matter how many times you watch it,
it will always scorch your heart, a horror classic".
BanterFlix’s Victoria Brown hosts a special panel for the Dark Hedges International Film Festival
about women and the horror genre.This panel includes filmmakers Aislinn Clarke, Vanessa
Ionta Wright and Luana Di Pasquale.
by Joan Amenn
September 1, 2020
REVIEW: "Di Pasquale is a woman to watch. She has already shown herself to be a director with a precise awareness of what she wants to convey with her camera. She is sure to continue to gain more recognition with her future projects."
September 1, 2020
REVIEW: "Keep Mum explores the dark and light of our psychology. A film sprinkled with horror, surrealism, anticipation, involving its audience by holding them against a wall then throwing them to the ground."
July 27, 2020
Cult of the Cinema
REVIEW: "Keep Mum is no phantasmal horror film, but a true life horror story, one which echos throughout the globally."
Jul 10, 2020
by Hugh McStay
May 18, 2020
REVIEW: "Writer/Director Luana Di Pasquale serves up a compact, clever and haunting little tale with Keep Mum. This psychological piece applies the adage of ‘less is more’ perfectly, and results in a fantastic example of British indie horror done right.”
May 3, 2020
by Adrian Halen
December 24, 2019
January 31, 2018