Call Me - Episode 11 - First Time

If you were to find a cell phone, what would you do with it? Would you make a call? Would anyone answer? Dr Vince Williams (Arek Zasowski) found an old mysterious cell phone and called the only number on its contact list entitled CALL ME. Is it a coincidence, fate or something else?

  • Arek Zasowski
    Chinese Angel, Let Go: The Prelude
  • Arek Zasowski
    Chinese Angel, Let Go: The Prelude
  • Arek Zasowski
    Let Go: The Prelude
  • Arek Zasowski
    Key Cast
    Chinese Angel, Let Go: The Prelude, The Cure, It's Five O'Clock Somewhere, You Can Heal Your Life, April Fools Day
  • Maegan Coker
    Key Cast
    Chinese Angel
  • Aemy Niafeliz
    Key Cast
  • Film Type:
    Short, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Romance, Romantic Comedy, Love Story, Drama
  • Runtime:
    59 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 1, 2018
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Arek Zasowski

Arek Zasowski began his acting career in London (England), in 2016, where for the first time he took part in an adaptation of a country house murder mystery play, "The Real Inspector Hound" (directed by Valerie Dent), where he recorded his voice for a role of Radio News Announcer.

In August 2016, Arek debuted on the big screen as he starred in two short student films produced at The New York Film Academy and filmed at the backlot of the Universal Studios Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA, which were screened at the NYFA theatre in Burbank, CA.

In "April Fools Day" (2016), a short romantic comedy directed by Kevin Luther Apaa, Arek played Calvin, a rather funny character with a peculiar sense of humour when it comes to proposing to his girlfriend, and in "You Can Heal Your Life" (2016), drama directed by Sha Peng, Arek portrayed Ben, a record producer who was trying to overcome weaknesses from his troubled past.


In March 2017, Arek Zasowski wrote, directed and produced his first ever short romance drama "Let Go: The Prelude" (2017) which was filmed in Cyprus, where Arek portrayed Henk, an archaeologist, who was struggling to come back to his normal life after losing his fiancé, the love of his life.

In May 2017, "Let Go: The Prelude" (2017) was selected to participate in the official program of the Cyprus International Film Festival, ranking in the top 100 best reviewed festivals among 5500 film festivals worldwide according to FilmFreeway and Pafos 2017 the Cultural Capital of Europe, and in June 2017, it was screened with the live audience at the festival in Cyprus. In August 2018, "Let Go: The Prelude" (2017) was officially selected for the bi-monthly competition of the Mindfield Film Festival - Albuquerque, New Mexico, and for the bi-monthly Pinnacle Film Awards Online Competition in Hollywood Hills, CA.


In February 2018, Arek Zasowski debuted on cable television in Canada, Shaw TV, with "Chinese Angel" short drama (dir. Sha Peng) where Arek portrayed Spencer Thompson, a depression suffering financial consultant from London. Earlier in 2017, "Chinese Angel" was officially selected by Miami Independent Film Festival. In April 2018, "Chinese Angel" won Silver REMI Award in Dramatic Original category at the 51st Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival – the oldest Indie Film Festival in the world, in Houston, TX. "Chinese Angel" also won Best Canadian Drama award Alternative Film Festival Summer Edition June 2018, in Toronto, Canada.


In 2018, Arek Zasowski wrote, directed and produced an international web series "Call Me" where he portrayed doctor Vince Williams. Later this (2018) year "Call Me" won a multiple awards including Best Narrative Short category at Pinnacle Film Awards Hollywood Hills, CA, Best Web / New Media category at Alternative Film Festival Summer Edition June 2018, in Toronto, Canada, and won Mindfield Film Festival • Albuquerque, New Mexico (August 2018), and Royal Wolf Film Awards in Los Angeles, CA (August 2018).

More information about Arek Zasowski and his work can be found on

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Director Statement

Web series made for fun in our spare time. To certain degree an experimental project filmed in five countries: United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Poland and Nigeria. Enjoy!