The (Un)Holy Trinity

Following on from her award-winning project, The Siren - in which she examined the mythical female figure - Laura Jean Healey now dives further into ancient legend to explore the biblical notion of the ‘fallen woman’.

The (Un)Holy Trinity draws inspiration from three legendary ‘unnatural women’: Eve, Lilith and Salome - who through their supposedly unnatural acts of defiance, aggression, or desire for autonomy - have been demonised throughout history to serve as a warning as to how disruptive and destructive female sexuality can be if left unchecked.

The filmed performances seek to not only explore these women in their moment of defiance but, more importantly, to challenge the demonised perceptions of the so-called ‘unnatural’ woman - that have been used to warn women as to the dangers of such desires and/or actions.

Each of the three films celebrate these women for their supposedly ‘unwomanly’ ways and draws upon the moment in which each woman asserts her own will; revealing her true inner strength in order to achieve her own sense of autonomy and defy the traditional, suffocating role that has been allotted to them throughout history. By extension, the films seek to force the audience question why these ingrained perceptions still exist today.

Working in collaboration with Sedition, The (Un)Holy Trinity was launched on the 8th March to celebrate International Woman’s Day 2020.


Eve: Christina Wolfe

Lilith: Tia Rolph

Salome: Cecile Sinclair

Film Crew

Artist | Filmmaker | Producer: Laura Jean Healey

1st Assistant Director: Tom Fraser Ivens

Movement Director: Sarita Piotrowski

Phantom Technician: Robin Horn

Digital Imaging Technicians: Michael Pentney & Chris Matthews

Gaffer: Michael McDermott

Art Director: May Davies

Art Assistant: Kat Docherty

Make Up Artist: Paul Rodgers

Hair Stylist: Ian Grummitt

Behind the Scenes: Kristian Fitsall

Studio Assistant: Tori Ferenc

Post Production

Post Production by Technicolor

Post Production Producer: Amy Gilkerson

Colourist: Jodie Davidson

Composer: Sam Bucknall


Project Partners: Panavision London, Panalux London, Direct Digital London, Technicolor, Palmbrokers, Greenlit, Sedition.

Special thanks to: Rory Blain, Adam Coles, David Searle, Peter Storey and Jonny Garbutt.

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