Photo focus: Dot
Posted on 12th May 2021
Our drama documentary, Dot, about the life of Dorothy “Dot” Miles, who died in 1993, was on TV again this week. Passionate about sign languages, poetry, English, theatre and music, Dot was also bipolar and struggled with her mental health. Now seems a good time to share some of Samuel Dore's photographs taken during the filming of dramatised scenes with Sophie Stone, Jean St Clair and newcomer Jovita Bodamer-Macgregor playing Dot in different stages of her life. It was produced by Cathy Heffernan and directed by Bim Ajadi; a Blue Marlin Television production.
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