Linda Martins is a civil rights professor. She protects immigrants and teaches tolerance, but will she recognize her own white privilege when a young stranger disrupts her living?
The project will be sent to film festivals.
I'm a third year Drama and Film student at Cambridge School of Creative Industries.
I've directed several short fiction and non-fiction films.
Nothing out of ordinary will be required.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesShooting will be at the last week of November, based in London or in Cambridge.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity - Student Film. Low Budget.
Expenses paid - Travel Expences. Food on set.
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
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Kazim is from West Sudan. He used to be a doctor, until his life was threatened by the government and he had to escape to Libya, where he took a boat to the immigration camp in Calais. He came to the U.K hiding on the back of trucks, lying down in between the wheels. He works as a repairing master with other two men who escaped with him. He doesn’t know how to fix or repair things, he knows how to heal and help people, but he can’t do it in the U.K, in fact he can’t do anything. Kazim despera
Male, aged 25 to 35
- Ethnicity: Black / African descent
- Accents: South African
Linda Martins is a famous writer and professor in Kings’ College London. She teaches civil rights; her research focuses on immigration. Her flat is messy and full of books. Linda is always busy and never has time to clean. She also has to take her medicine on time - she has Meniere syndrome, but even the alarm clock can’t help her to remember that. Linda’s beliefs will be challenged by a young repairing master who comes to fix her washing machine. Will she recognize her white privilege or not?
Female, aged 40 to 60
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
- Accents: UK English, UK Posh