Synopsis: When a volunteer turns up for his shift to help guide a young offender through the process of his arrest, he gets more than he bargained for. Oscar Walden, is already having a bad day when he meets young detainee, Jordan Tempest, who seems out to make it worse.
About the Filmmaker: Jonathan has worked within the film and TV industry for over 20 years. He produced the award-winning short films ‘Bro’, ‘Woodwoo’ and an adaptation of Edward Lear’s haunting poem ‘The Dong With Luminous Nose’ (voiced by Tilda Swinton). Recently, Jonathan has worked with the BBC on their New Creatives scheme, helping emerging talent. As a director, his short films ‘Brink’ and ‘Hold’ have played internationally on the festival circuit. His feature documentary ‘The Final Reel’, narrated by the late Sir John Hurt, was released in UK cinemas in 2016.
This film is showing in the The East Anglian Collection shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 19th November at 16:30.
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