A young Nigerian man is forced to address a secret he has harbored from his parents during a traditional, family gathering.
SCREENING: Crowley Theater - Saturday Oct 17 10:00AM
Category: Narrative Short Year: 2014 Runtime: 14m Country: United Kingdom Language: English / Yoruba
Director: Tomisin Adepeju Screenwriter: Tomisin Adepeju Producer: Tomisin Adepeju Editor: Carl Troedsson Cinematographer: Caleb Wissun-Bhide Cast: Gbolahan Obisesan, Grace Fitzgerald, Tomi Ogunjobi, Femi Ogunjobi, Alex Alexander
Tomisin Adepeju is a Nigerian Filmmaker based in London, England. He was raised in Nigeria but moved to London with his family when he was 13, he developed an interest in film from an early age, consuming the varied works of Woody Allen, Spike Lee, Cameron Crowe, Paul Thomas Anderson, amongst many others. He has just completed a Masters in Directing at Met Film School, Ealing Studios. He is currently developing several projects.