Elizabeth Is Missing Q&A | BAFTA Scotland

BAFTA Scotland were joined by director Aisling Walsh, writer Andrea Gibb, executive producer Sarah Brown and producer Chrissy Skinns for a Q&A on the drama Elizabeth is Missing.

Adapted from Emma Healey’s novel, Elizabeth Is Missing combines a gripping mystery with a tender yet unflinching exploration of one woman’s struggle with dementia. When her best friend Elizabeth goes missing, Maud (Jackson) is convinced that something terrible has happened, and sets out to solve the mystery. But with her dementia worsening, unfinished business unearthed and the past and present starting to merge, Maud's search takes on a poignant urgency.