A MORAL CONUNDRUM
OF FAMILY LOYALTY
CBC'S FIRST COMMUNITY MEDIA PROJECT
"It’s always good to work with a crew that can remind themselves that part of this is hard work... and part of this is good, honest fun."
Lewis Webster - Cinematographer
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Persuaded from his daughter’s wake by his estranged family, Ewan is taken to an abandoned warehouse where a peace offering awaits. Soon Ewan is torn between remaining the white-sheep or joining the family business, as all involved battle their own sides of the moral conundrum.
In 2014, a team of local people from Worcestershire gathered together at a warehouse to create CBC’s first Community Media Project. Many had little or no previous experience within the film industry, but with heaps of enthusiasm and a willingness to learn, they were mentored by supportive and excited industry crew and assigned the task of producing a short-film.
Over 40 people from our local community were directly involved in its production with many learning new transferable life skills.
"We had a cast and crew that were absolutely beautiful to work with because they were helpful, they weren’t confrontational and they didn’t treat me as a beginner or an outsider."