Theatre and film can reveal truth via artistic magic.

“I don’t want realism. I want magic! Yes, yes, magic. I try to give that to people. I do misrepresent things. I don’t tell truths. I tell what ought to be truth. And if that’s sinful, then let me be damned for it!”

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, A Streetcar Named Desire

Riots and Rice.

I just completed the Introductory Course of the National Youth Film Academy of Great Britain. I was the producer of this film, created by Group 1. It took under 10 days, with only 4 shooting days and 2 days post production. We had technical issues with the sound, so please excuse the sound quality in certain scene. We were aiming for a gritty realism that comes with Guerrilla filmmaking. I hope you enjoy it, and the visual quality is amazing (Thanks to the 5D Nikon Cameras) so it’s worth Full Screening!!

Synopsis: Amongst the London riots of 2011, violence, panic, and chaos push people together to react under pressure. Through a series of events, characters are interweaved to test their humanity. An intense emotional experience of an historical event on an individual level.