Two women discover being a surgeon can mean very different things.
Surgeons is the latest micro comedy short from award winning Double Yellow Productions. After the resounding success of Best Friends, Megan and Craig are delighted to be working together again.
World Film Carnival Film Festival 2021
Rotterdam Independent Film Festival 2021
Summer in the South Film Festival 2021
Reno Comedy Film Festival 2021
Paris Short Film Festival 2021
Portland Comedy Film Festival 2021
Venice Shorts Film Festival 2021
Hong Kong Indie Film Festival 2021
Niagara Falls International Short Film Festival 2021
Amsterdam Short Film Festival 2021
London-Worldwide Comedy Short Film Festival Autumn 2021
Phoenix Shorts Film Festival 2021
Florida Shorts Film Festival 2021
Tokyo Shorts Film Festival 2021
Arthouse Festival of Beverly Hills Film Festival 2021
As seen on the British Comedy Guide.
Craig Talbot is an actor director who studied at the Guildhall School of music and Drama on the BA acting course. He has produced and directed various films across different genres, from Shakespearen tragedy to modern day comedies.
Craig recently finished writing, producing and directing Milonga and was a part of the award winning team for 'Best Friends'.
Eugenia Low trained at the Actors Temple and the City Lit. She regularly works with international theatre ensemble Foreign Affairs and cue-script performance company Shakescene Shakespeare. She recently played billionaire poker player Madam Wu in Secret Cinema’s London run of ‘Casino Royale’, R2-D2 in The Show Must Go Online’s OnComm award winning livestream presentation of Ian Doescher’s ‘William Shakespeare’s Star Wars’ and King Richard in Shakescene Shakespeare’s livestream presentation of ‘Richard II’.
Other theatre credits include ‘Taking Flight 2017’ (New Diorama), ’Acts of Defiance’ (Theatre503), ’The Singing Stones’ (Arcola Theatre) and ’Veil’ (Z-Arts, Theatre in the Mill & SlungLow HUB). Screen credits include feature films ‘Anonymous’ and ’Goodbye Mary’; short films ‘Healthy’ and ‘Unseen’.
Eugenia has also voiced two characters in BBC Radio 4’s groundbreaking VR online audio drama ‘Quake’.