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The Blues Lover screening at Portobello Film Festival 2014
Monday, 18 August 2014
The Blues LoverMy short film THE BLUES LOVER has been selected by the Portobello Film Festival and will be screened on 11 Sep 2014 (at about 19.15).
The Gates of Vanity: it's a wrap
Monday, 18 August 2014

I finished filming on The Gates of Vanity. Artistically I can easily say this was one of my top three projects ever. My role was probably the best role I've ever played - widest range and most challenging - it'll be hard to top; the cast and crew were all at the top of their game (the dailies I saw were simply mind blowing, and that's before grading etc - so thank you Amarjeet Singh, director of photography); and the script was a page turner when I first read it. I can not wait to see the actual film...

On world tour with Peter Brook's Bouffes du Nord
Tuesday, 27 May 2014
The SuitYesterday I had the honour of meeting Peter Brook and Marie Hélène Estienne in Paris at his Theatre des Bouffes du Nord and was offered to be part of the cast to tour "The Suit" worldwide, starting with Australia in September this year. I'd always dreamed to work with Peter Brook and his company, so it is a dream come true. Ironically, I'd always thought it'll be my French that'll get me there, but this version of The Suit is in English.
Filming The Gates of Vanity soon

In August I'm filming The Gates of Vanity, in which I play the role of Andrew. The film will be shot in London.

"Ben, a family man with "manageable" addictions, befriends Andrew, a homeless man apparently with none. On the strength of a mutual passion for football, he invites Andrew to stay, whilst wife and kids are away, to help decorate. A minor misunderstanding leads Andrew into psychosis and, suddenly, Ben finds himself hostage to a controlling, religious zealot with more guile and spiritual insight than Ben could possibly have imagined from within his formerly cosy, secular paradigm. Who is fooling whom, in this tense, claustrophobic, psychological thriller?" 

Split/Mixed in London
Monday, 07 April 2014
Split/Mixed In the wake of commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, I was honoured to be asked to perform Split/Mixed at Somerset House on 28th April, for King's College's "Rwanda in Photographs" exhibition.

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