six year old school hungry Junior, becomes a victim of neglect as he gets caught in the web of parental conflict. His attempts to face the challenge becomes tragic.

  • Austine lordlaz
  • Austine Lordlaz
  • Austine Lordlaz
  • Ekpe Junior Ekpe ,Joshua okemiri, Janeth Essien, Glory Assam
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    April 22, 2017
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    700 USD
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Director Biography - Austine lordlaz

The Abia state born film maker, is a Professional Film and Theatre Director, producer, writer and production manager.He holds a masters degree in TV and theatre directing from university of calabar , where he also graduated with a degree in theatre and media studies. Austine lordlaz is an Artist to the soul, with active years of Experience in Theatre and Film production. His postmodernist approaches in directing dubbed him “the Artistic Taliban”. He is also a Poet, Critic and an Actor with over 46 stage plays to his credit as a Director and Actor on stage and film . His prowess has been established in his works as the Director of Cross River State inaugural Command Performance for Prof. Ben Ayade Led Exco : Gramma Don do, (2015), he was also commissioned by the University of Calabar Authority to direct back to back command performances for the 28th and 29th convocation ceremonies which featured the music-comic "Gramma don do": and the spine Chilling "Hangmen also die". Apart from his independent film making which has seen him direct Isabella (2011) Crossed fingers (2013) and the adrenaline pumping "Never say Ajantala" (2016), he also works with EbonylifeTV's scripted programming department. "Home" is his latest film on child neglect and abandonment.

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Director Statement

The use of directorial approaches that connect easily with the audience via effective interpretation and delivery of well knitted African stories with strong moral through the video-film format.thereby advocating for a society free of child neglect and abandonment.