Former Voice of Fife winner Dionne Hickey sings the theme song to a new Scottish film which had its premiere this week.
The 21-year-old sings the title track of Haggis Western Films’ feature The Last Love Letter, which had its first showing at Cineworld in Falkirk on Thursday night.
Dionne has come a long way since winning the prestigious FFP group competition as a shy 17-year-old, and has forged a successsul professional singing career, as well as writing and releasing a number of critically acclaimed tracks.
The Last Love Letter, the first of a trilogy from actor, writer and director Simon Gillespie, was shot with no budget, and relied on the commitment and passion of a number of volunteers and businesses to make it to the big screen.
The plot follows the life of Steve Brody (played by Gillespie), a fireman, who has a dark secret from his past which is now coming back to haunt him – with a vengeance.
His life is falling apart and shady stranger John Abbott (Craig Seath) promises to bring some equilibrium to his misery, however, he has a malevolent agenda that will bring about the unhinged Steve’s destruction.
It’s a mix of murder, mayhem and humour and was well received by the packed audience at the premiere.
Listen to Dionne singing the theme tune above.