Daniels, a U.S. Army infantryman with a hatred for all Arabs, is injured in a convoy ambush and rescued by Iraqi civilian Hassan and his son Jabir. As the three of them hide from the insurgents, Daniels learns that his prejudices and his hatred have been misplaced and comes to respect Hassan and Jabir as human beings. Making a sacrifice himself in order to save his new friends from the insurgents, Daniels emerges from the experience with his perspective shifted and his heart utterly changed.
Written, Produced, and Directed by Paul DeNigris
Starring Cavin Gray, Ayman Samman, and Evan Ananian
Thesis film produced in partial completion of a Master of Fine Arts in Digital Cinema through National University in Los Angeles. Produced with the invaluable assistance of the University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, Arizona.
A short drama narrative which tells the story of a young boy fighting hard to deal with the death of his older brother via the only way it makes sense to him; by photographing family, friends and guests at his brother's WAKE. Allowing him to relive the past through each of them.
Writer/Director; Andrew Lawton
Producers; Anre Garrett, Shane Tilston