My LFF marathon and my SPLIT/MIXED sprint
Blog - Creative Life of an Actor in London

This evening I'm watching film No 4 in my London Film Festival marathon, THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI at the BFI. I must admit it's been quite underwhelming for me this year, generally the three films I've seen so far have been ponderous and slow, requiring a lot of work and stamina to stay with them, with the hope of a payoff at the end. The payoffs sort of came but I kept wondering whether it'd been worth waiting and working for that long. CHILD'S POSE, Golden Bear winner, had the addition of a very loosely (hand)held camera, the device used to breaking point.

Split/Mixed: Press Release

Split/MixedUK-based Rwandan actor Ery Nzaramba will premiere his one-man show SPLIT/MIXED at this year's edition of New York's United Solo Festival. The play is a coming-of-age tale about a boy growing up in Rwanda in the early '90s (

In “The Split/Mixed portrait of an artist and Rwanda”, the protagonist Eddy (portrayed by Ery Nzaramba) grows up in a safe, comfortable, middle-class environment. Though Eddy's family runs into deepening financial difficulties, his parents manage to send him to the prestigious Belgian school of Kigali. He and his friends have a taste of fame when their band wins a music contest that inaugurates the launch of the new Rwandan Television. All changes when the president's plane is shot down on 6th April 1994.

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