Silver Haze star Vicky Knight joined Harvey Morton on Harvey’s Brunch Club to chat all about her upcoming film Silver Haze ahead of BFI Flare and the UK and Ireland cinema release on 29th March. Tickets for the BFI Flare screening can be purchased here.

Vicky candidly shared insights into her personal connection to the film and the profound impact it has had on her life. Touching on themes of trauma, love, and resilience, Knight’s revelations provide a captivating glimpse into the emotional depth of the film and her own transformative journey.

Listen to the full interview below: 

 

 

Harvey's Brunch Club | Sunday 10th March 2024 | Vicky Knight chats Silver Haze

by Queerly Radio | Harvey's Brunch Club

Collaboration with Director Sacha Polak

Knight expressed her admiration for director Sacha Polak, highlighting their successful collaboration and the liberating atmosphere on set. The actress commended Polak’s approach, emphasising the director’s ability to foster a free and creative working environment.

Unveiling Personal Scars and the Healing Process

Reflecting on her journey, Knight revealed the pivotal moment during the screening of “Dirty God,” a film centered around an acid attack survivor, which prompted her to embrace her scars and recognize her inner strength. Knight emphasised that the film’s production acted as a form of therapy, enabling her to confront and ultimately overcome the trauma she had endured for years.

Empowering Others Through Storytelling

Knight’s aspirations for “Silver Haze” extend beyond her personal journey, aiming to inspire individuals facing similar challenges. She emphasised the film’s message of resilience and the importance of supporting family, encouraging audiences to find strength in adversity and choose resilience over surrender.

Advocacy for LGBTQIA+ Representation

Discussing the significance of portraying a female queer relationship on screen, Knight underscored the importance of such representation in empowering the LGBTQIA+ community and educating younger generations about acceptance and self-identity

Final Messages and Future Endeavors

Knight’s message to audiences was clear: resilience and perseverance in the face of adversity. Looking ahead, she expressed her hope to continue inspiring others and imparting the invaluable lesson of embracing one’s true self, echoing her own journey of self-acceptance.

In this exclusive interview, Vicky Knight’s unwavering spirit and commitment to sharing her story through “Silver Haze” serve as a testament to the transformative power of storytelling, leaving an indelible impact on audiences worldwide.

Silver Haze is in cinemas in the UK and Ireland from Friday 29th March 2024. You can purchase tickets to see Silver Haze at BFI Flare here.