"I Do" is a 15-minute short film written and directed by Natasha Khan as part of the feature film Madly.[1] Presented by MTV World, Madly is "six stories of modern love in all of its dizzying, sweet complications," each directed by a different person. It premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in 2016.

The short film loosely inspired Bat For Lashes' fourth album, The Bride.

Plot[edit | edit source]

“Just in time for her wedding day, a young bride-to-be encounters a ghost from her past. She comes to welcome the encounter, allowing her to move forward with her new life.”

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Tamsin Topolski - Nora (Bride)
  • Emma Fielding - Mum
  • Vincent Franklin - Phil
  • Zoë Castle - Maddy
  • Sarah Ridgeway - Sheryl
  • Camille Ucan - Bridesmaid 1
  • Leanne Flinn - Bridesmaid 2
  • Debra Baker - Aunty Liz
  • Barry Ward - Man
  • Joe Dempsie - Matt (Groom)
  • Gerald Kyd - Dad
  • Betty Flind - Young Nora

Production[edit | edit source]

Development[edit | edit source]

Natasha wrote the script for I Do around 2014 and finished it in May 2015.[2][3]

Music[edit | edit source]

The short's soundtrack was composed by Abi Fry.[4]

Trailer[edit | edit source]


Natasha Khan - 'I Do' Trailer

References[edit | edit source]

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