Directed by Daniel Mulloy
UK, Kosovo | 20 minutes | 2016 | English

A family, led by their confident and caring father (Jack O’Connell), heads out on what appears to be a holiday. However it slowly becomes clear that they are in fact leaving the security and safety of a leafy suburb to cross Europe and make their way into the middle of a war zone. As they travel the father’s re-assurances ring hollow as under great stress the father buckles and the mother’s (Holliday Grainger) strength takes over.

Starring Jack O’Connell (Starred Up, ’71)

Film revenues are going to charity organisations.

Dir: Daniel Mulloy
Screenwriter: Daniel Mulloy
DoP: Victor Seguin, Paul Mackay
Editor: Philip Currie
Producer: Shpat Deda, Scott O’Donnell, Tim Nash, Chris Watling, Afolabi Kuti
Production Company: Black Sheep Studios, DokuFest, Broedmachine, Homespun

  • Daniel Mulloy
    Daniel Mulloy

BAFTA – winner
Clermont Ferrand – Grand Jury Prize

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Daniel Mulloy

Daniel Mulloy films are known for nuanced and sensitive exploration of characters often concentrate on story worlds with strong social themes. Mulloy is a BAFTA and BIFA winning filmmaker and has been nominated for an Indie Spirit and European Academy Award. Three of his films have premiered at Sundance and he is two time winner of the Edinburgh international Film Festival. His films have received near one hundred international awards.

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