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Mi o le kú

Synopsis:

A frustrated young man, who struggles to nurture his talent for art against the harsh realities of growing up in a single parent home within the inner city, Jakob abandons his creative passions to follow the easiest perceived path presented to him: becoming a small time dealer. We follow him through a usual day, handling business. Yet things quickly become more complicated, spiralling into realms unknown as visions of his African ancestry push him in the direction to reach his full potential. To become the man he is destined to be. 

Remi initially trained as a dancer (ballet and contemporary) before shifting into filmmaking. He made this transition after discovering the broader reach he could have through film rather than as an individual dancer on stage, as well as the artistic scope film has to tackle any subject matter.

Now Laudat has ensconced himself as a director in his own right, creating fashion films, music promos, ads, and short films. His directorial style centres heavily around beauty, whether rugged or pristine, and works to evoke emotion within his audience using impactful visuals and imaginative storytelling.

Remi Laudat

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Baa Baa Black Sheep

Synopsis:

Baa Baa Black Sheep is a historical thriller about a heavily pregnant woman who is trapped in her house and can't get out because of the snow. It is based on a true story that happened in 1946 in Norway

Anette is an actress, writer and filmmaker originally from Norway and now living in London. "Baa Baa Black Sheep', is a historical thriller based on a true story that happened in 1946 in Norway. Available on Amazon Prime Video now. She has received 3 awards. She won Best Actress at the Screen Power Film Festival June 2020 and Best Film Actress at The I Am Film Festival In 2019 and Honourable Mention Award for Best in Show at the Stories and Tales Film Festival in the USA in 2019. Baa Baa Black Sheep was also in the official selection at The Raindance Film Festival. Anette is now producing a TV programme called In The Spotlight a comedy loosely based on her life.

 

Anette Martinsen

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Scrable

Synopsis:

The tale of launderette owner Salif and his fear that any day now his sole employee, 77 year old Mary, might just stop showing up. 

Anthony is a London based award winning Welsh Writer and Director. He has written and directed a trilogy of short films 'letters', 'waiting' and 'Scrable' (known collectively as - 'Only the Lonely') which explore the themes of loneliness, old age and dementia.  

Anthony Hett

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