Arnie Peters directs a short film deals with the issue of immigration with his debuts short film, which stars Jerome Holder (‘Robin Hood’, ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’).
The film has a sense of innocence of protection, whilst racist views arisen with the rise of immigrants arriving into the country. The film has a sense of compassion, against the non-negligence.
A little girl finds new friend that hides in her family shelter, that has come to the UK to find his uncle. Will ‘Femi’ get caught?
Well, have a watch now.
Starring: Jerome Holder, Tabitha Byron, Matthew Flynn, Rowena Meddeman, Adam Thomas Wright
Directed by: Arnold Peters
Produced by: Arnold Peters & Pegah Gashtasbi
DOP: Carter Hewlett
Editor: Jim Page
Score: Richard Collins
Written by: Arnold Peters
Yep, today is Father’s Day and what better way than to celebrate the experimental film by Lanre Malolu, another filmmaker that uses dance to storytell and sync emotion of our thoughts without the dilaouge.