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Film director: 
Matt Taabu
About the Director: 

Matt Taabu grew up in Kenya, but has spent the most of his life living in the
UK, where he studied film at degree level. A writer/director, he is one of the
few people to have been commissioned on four occasions by the UK Film
Council's Digital Shorts scheme via his regional funding agency Screen

His work revolves around exploring issues of social and cultural identity, with an emerging track record that shows he's not shy of tackling difficult subject matter, or opening it up to a wide audience. His films have won awards both in the UK and abroad. He is Managing Director of his production company Angel Ego Films, which has worked with a number of high profile corporate clients, and has directed and produced music videos.

Rob Speranza
Original Film Format: 
Format Ratio: 
Matt Taabu
Other languages or subtitles: 
Film Sound: 
Production country: 
United Kingdom
Anton Short
Video Type: 
DVD, mp4
Running time (In minutes): 
Film photographer: 
Felix Wiedemann
Already selected in a Festival?: 
British Films
Brian Gray
Festival selections: 

I've Seen Films Internat. Film Festival (Oct 2011) - Special Mention
Glimmer Film Festival, Hull (Oct 2011) – Best Film

San Gio' Video Festival (July 2011)
Thess International Short Film Festival, Greece (Oct 2011)
Cinefringe Film Festival (Aug 2011)
Pentedattilo Film Festival (Sept 2011)
JC PowerhouseShort Film Festival (Sept/Oct 2011)

Publicity contact: 
Rob Speranza
George Kallis
Awards received: 
I've Seen Films Internat. Film Festival (Oct 2011) - Special Mention Glimmer Film Festival, Hull (Oct 2011) – Best Film
Digital / DVD
publicity address: 
2nd Floor, Site Gallery 1 Brown Street Sheffield S1 2BS
Publicity contact email: 
Student film: 
Brotherhood by Matt Taabu
Production year: 
December, 2010
Cast 1: 
Phillip Arditti
Cast 2: 
Abdullah Gurlek
Sales/distribution name: 
Rob Speranza
2nd Floor, Site Gallery 1 Brown Street Sheffield S1 2BS
Film synopsis: 
Rafik and Ibrahim, two Kurdish brothers with very different outlooks, struggle to shape their lives in a new world far from home. Rafik does what he can to survive. Ibrahim seeks solace in tradition as he works towards achieving his dream. When their actions collide, it’s up to them to come to terms with their differences. Brotherhood is about the choices we make that define who we are.
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