For the first time in it's long history, the BFI London Film Festival is going digital. With over 50 Virtual Festival Premieres across 12 days, this edition of the festival is widely accessible across the UK, from the comfort of your own home. Some of the most interesting inclusions come from the Cult strand, and one of the films included this year is Rose: A Love Story

Sophie Rundle and Matt Stokoe play a Rose and Sam, a young couple living a quiet life in the woods. Sheltered away from the outside world, their remote farmhouse allows Rose to work on a novel, while Sam hunts for animals. They also contend with a mystery illness which plagues Rose's life, manifesting in horrific ways. When a mysterious stranger arrives, things are thrown into turmoil, and the couple's life is made all the more fragile.

This marks the feature directorial debut for Jennifer Sheridan. Her work directing short films has received multiple awards, and for the past decade, she's been building her storytelling skills, by working as an editor on The League of Gentlemen and Cuckoo. It looks to be an interesting transition to feature films, and not your typical story about a loving couple.

Rose - A Love Story will have it's world premiere on Tuesday 13th October, at London Film Festival. It'll be available to watch on BFI Player, tickets are available to book now.