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Fact Not Fiction Films short film ‘Missing a Note’ partners with Dementia Care

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Fact Not Fiction Films has confirmed that their upcoming short film ‘Missing a Note’ has partnered with the charitable organisation Dementia Care (soon to become Dementia Matters). 


Dementia Care was set up as a registered charity in 1993 to provide services for people with dementia and their carers. They provide specialist care, support and advice to people with dementia and other neurological disorders, such as acquired brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

‘Missing a Note’ follows young schoolgirl Molly Groves as she sings before opera legend John O’Connell, in the hope he will write her a good scholarship recommendation. But John’s now diminishing short-term memory means Molly is in for a few puzzling surprises in this charming short drama. 


The film stars Ian McElhinney (Game of Thrones), Elaine Paige (Evita, Cats) and Darcy Jacobs (Les Misérables, The Ferryman).

Producer, Tristan Loraine commented:


“We’re delighted that our short film ‘Missing a Note’ is partnering with Dementia Care. With dementia being a key topic at the heart of the film, we are pleased to be able to offer any profits generated to Dementia Care to support the important work they do.”


Dementia Care Chief Executive, Dr Fraser Quin commented:


“All of us at Dementia Care are thrilled to be involved with this film project. We are always pleased to promote any work which furthers the understanding of dementia.”


The public can support and get involved with this short film project in a number of ways by visiting the film website at: or


To find out more about Dementia Care see:


For further details about the film please contact:


Tristan Loraine, Producer/CEO

Fact Not Fiction Films

The Courtyard

30 Worthing Road


RH12 1SL

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