A neo-noir psychological thriller adapted from the acclaimed stage-play, award-winning
writer/director Julius Amedume’s Rattlesnakes tells the story of family man Robert McQueen.
McQueen's typical day takes a turn for the worst when he's ambushed by three masked men, who
accuse him of sleeping with their wives. He pleads his innocence, but faced with being beaten and
tortured, what he reveals will change all of their lives forever – but will it be enough to save his? 

Distributer: EK2.ca, Inc (Canada)
Studio: Kew Media
Release Date: April 26 select theaters, May 6 VOD 
Rating: N/A 
Runtime: 75 minutes 
Genre: Thriller 
Director: Julius Amedume
Writer:  Julius Amedume, Original play written by Graham Farrow
Producer: Jimmy Jean-Louis
Executive Producers: Nik Powell,  Kathleen McClellan, Ian Prior, Greg Osayande Aghaze, Mael Jacques Otaly Sergent, Jack Coleman, Evelyn Jean-Louis. 
Cast: Jimmy Jean-Louis, Jack Coleman, Kathleen McClellan, Jay Acovone, Christian Oliver, Rya Kihlstedt and Robinne Lee 
 

Director’s Statement – Julius Amedume

When I first read the play Rattlesnakes, it instantly resonated and gave me food for thought, in a
provocative way.
Even though it was written 20 years ago, I could see how it tapped into the Zeitgeist’s of that time
period. Times have changed and moved on since then, but the core fundamental questions the play
asked about relationships, friendship, marriage, trust, distrust and how well we know our respective
partners, family and friends are still very relevant universally and still in the fabric of modern
societies today.
To me, distrust was at its core and our inability to believe and trust that other people are acting in
good faith. How we keep secrets and lies from loved ones and how this information or the fear of this
information can ultimately be used against us. How we communicate and deal with our own personal
problems and weaknesses within a constructs and confinements of a relationship, with our partners
or with family. All of these areas I felt could be explored, dramatically, thematically, and
emotionally, whilst exploring these fundamental questions the original play had risen
What I also liked about the play was that it was quite self-contained to just one hotel room in
England somewhere, with just a handful of characters to tell the story. Immediately I thought the
stories set up, and the use of this confined space, could potentially provide good heightened tension,
within this environment, and how we could explore the dynamics of the group and possible shifts in
power as the situation unfolded.
My mind started to think about how well this story could be retold? How it could be modernised,
become more entertaining, whilst still staying true to how the original source material, initially made
me feel.

I decided that resetting the story in America and changing some of the characters and their back-
stories would help, as long as the core essence of the story stayed true to the original play.

Making McQueen black and setting it in America, was my first choice.
By this choice, one could explore stereotypes, negative and positive connotations and add a
component of underlying racial tension within film that originally played strongly with marital
infidelity.
But I felt I had to be careful because I didn’t want it to completely take over the narrative of the film
because racism is not what it was fundamentally about. But I liked how this as an underlying current
could be suggested and explored subtly.
The adoption of genre techniques, aesthetics and conventions helped in retelling the story. I felt
making it a Neo Noir Psychological Thriller would articulate the characters more, through the mood,
tone and feel, and would help resonate what I wanted the audience to experience and ultimately feel
along the way.
To me the characters within the piece are not 100% good or bad or right or wrong. They are just lost
souls trying to survive whilst looking for answers and deeper connections with trusted people and
loved ones through their individual journeys in this life.
Characters who often blur the lines, deliberated on their morals, were filled with pride, wanted
revenge, were filled with passion and paranoia, were truthful to me. Everyone has a sting in his or her tail once evoked, or if one is trapped in a corner. How they survived within this modern world,
which can be seen as dark or gritty, I also wanted to observe through the lens with a hint of dark
twisted wit.
Neo Noirs, which are modern, contemporary renditions of Film Noirs, aesthetically were famed for
their low-key lighting, which interplayed with light and shadows, tilted camera angles and the use of
unbalanced framing. I felt that these attributes suited the tone of the film and would enhance and
heighten the story telling and it’s tension...
Muted colours, the darker tonally range, a constantly moving controlled camera, got me excited.
Using the Mise En Scene to emulate and communicate the emotional intensity would be essential to
telling this character driven story with the varsity and vigor I felt it deserved. Whilst a 240:1 aspect
ratio and anamorphic lenses, would capture the world the people inhabited around them and
regurgitate it back to the audience in a natural, engaging, beautifully artistic but voyeuristic way.



Cast/Crew

 


JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS as McQueen
Jimmy Jean-Louis led a simple life in the slums of Haiti until the age of 12, when he moved to Paris.
Jimmy worked for 3 years in musical theater in Spain before embarking on a successful modeling
career in France, Spain, Italy, South Africa and England.
He moved to Los Angeles in 1998 to pursue acting. Some of his credits include: “Tears of the Sun"
(Dir: Antoine Fuqua, Columbia pictures 2003), “Hollywood Homicide” (dir: Ron Shelton, Columbia
Pictures, 2003), “Monster-in-Law” (Dir: Robert Luketic, New Line, 2005 ), “Phat Girlz" (Dir:
Nnegest Likke, Fox Searchlight, 2006), "Heroes" (NBC, 2006-2010), "Arrow" (CW Network, 2013)
and "Joy" (Dir: David O Russell, Fox 2000 Pictures, 2015). He's currently a regular on the number
drama of the summer "CLAWS" for TNT, 2018.
His most important role to date is playing the title character in "TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE"
which won BEST ACTOR at the Pan African Film Festival and a nomination for BEST ACTOR at
the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2012.
Fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Creole, Jimmy has worked in many parts of the world
including France, England, Indonesia, Nigeria, Brazil and Mexico.


JACK COLEMAN as Hanson
Jack has appeared on American television since the end of the Pleistocene era. He starred in NBC’s
“Heroes,” and “Heroes Reborn,” as Noah Bennet, for which he was nominated for Best Actor by the
Monte Carlo Television Festival in 2008. In 2007, Heroes was nominated for an Emmy and a Golden
Globe for Best Drama.
A series regular in “Dynasty” (in which he took over the portrayal of Steven Carrington, one of the
first gay characters on American television), “Nightmare Café,” “Oh Baby,” and “Steven King’s
Kingdom Hospital”, Jack has recurred on several series, among them, “The Office,” “Scandal,”
“Castle,” “Burn Notice,” and “The Vampire Diaries, and “Chicago PD.” He has guest starred in
countless episodes of prime time TV - including “The Mentalist”, “Nip/Tuck”, “Entourage” and
“How to Get Away with Murder”.
Jack is a graduate of Duke University, the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater
Center in Connecticut, and The Writers’ Boot Camp in Santa Monica, California. His grandfather,
Herbert Agar, won a Pulitzer Prize in history for “The People’s Choice,” about how Americans
choose their presidents. Jack’s sixth-generation grandfather is Benjamin Franklin.

 

RYA KIHLSTEDT as Ester
In 1995, Kihlstedt played Lizzie Elmsworth in the BBC adaptation of Edith Wharton's last novel,
The Buccaneers. However, she is best known for her role as Alice Ribbons, one of the criminals in



the comedy Home Alone 3 (1997). In 1998, she starred with Peter Gallagher in the TV movie Brave
New World loosely based on Aldous Huxley's 1932 novel of the same name.
She had recurring roles in the Showtime crime drama Dexter as Dr. Michelle Ross, and in the ABC
musical drama Nashville as Marilyn Rhodes, a powerful record producer. From 2015 to 2016, she
starred as Erica Kravid in theNBCscience fiction drama miniseries Heroes Reborn. In 2016, she was
cast as Tig Notaro's mother Caroline in the Amazon Video original series One Mississippi.
Kihlstedt's other notable television credits include Early Edition, Criminal Minds and NCIS, and her
other film credits include supporting roles in Arctic Blue, Deep Impact, Jaded and Women in
Trouble.

ROBINNE LEE as Celine McQueen
A graduate of Yale University and Columbia Law School, Robinne has spent the past several years
acting, writing, and producing.
She is best known for her film roles opposite Will Smith in “Hitch” and “Seven Pounds,” and Don
Cheadle in “Hotel for Dogs.” Robinne is also recognized for her work in “Deliver us from Eva,”
“National Security,” “13 Going on 30,” and “Hav Plenty.” Most recently she appeared in “Fifty
Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed” as the character “Ros Bailey.”
Robinneco-produced and starred in the romantic comedy “Miss Dial,” and the independent film
"This Is Not a Test," for which she won the Boston Film Festival's Best Actor award.
Her past television appearances include recurring roles on “Being Mary Jane,” and “Tyler Perry’s
House of Payne.” Recently she starred opposite Mario Van Peebles in the SyFy supernatural series
“Superstition.” This December, Robinne can be seen in BET’s A Christmas Carol tribute, “Holly
Day,” playing the titular role of Holly.


JULIUS AMEDUME (Writer/Director)
Julius’ film education began with the black and white film noirs, comedies and musicals screened on
BBC2 and Channel 4 each afternoon while he was home schooled as a youngster due to illness.
Years later he was awarded a Toledo scholarship to study a masters in directing fiction at the
National Film & Television School. During his time there, Julius wrote and directed four short films.
MARY AND JOHN was nominated for Best Short at the 2009 Rushes Soho Film Festival and a
Golden Lion at the 2010 Taipei county film festival in Taiwan. LORRAINE premiered at the 2009
Edinburgh Film Festival and was nominated for Best Short at the 2010 Rushes Soho Film Festival.
MR GRAHAM premiered at The 14th Urbanworld Film Festival in New York 2010 and his
graduation film PRECIPICE Won Best Short at the 19th Pan African film festival 2011, and a
African Oscar for Best Diaspora Short at the 2011 African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) in
Nigeria.
Julius was then one of the 18 students from the British, French and Polish film schools who were
selected by the MEDIA DESK UK to help develop his graduation film into a feature film. He was
then selected out of 3150 applicants for 1 of the 12 places offered by Channel 4 to work with writers
to create an original series or serial for television. Julius has since directed for Doctors, developed a
content driven application for the BBC and currently has a feature film, Riding The Whitey, and
others at different stages of development.

JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS (Producer)


Jimmy Jean-Louis co-founded the Los Angeles based production company “Jet Media Productions”
in 2008. Jet Media Production produced the documentary films “Haiti 16:53”(2010) and“Jimmy
Goes to Nollywood”(2015) as well as the fiction films “Everything But A Man”(2018) and
“RattleSnakes” (2019).
Jimmy was also the Executive producer on the movies “The Cursed One” (2015) and “The Empty
Box” (2016). Jet Media currently has 2 projects in post production “Jimmy goes to Tropico” and
“Jimmy goes to Babiwood”.


NIK POWELL (Executive Producer)
In the early 1970s Nik Powell set up Virgin Records with Richard Branson and in the space of ten
years the pair turned a small mail-order record operation into a multi-million pound conglomerate.
In 1982 Powell went into partnership with Stephen Woolley, having sold out from Virgin in the
previous year. Together they formed Palace Video, followed by Palace Pictures (where UK releases
included THE EVIL DEAD, DIVE and BLOOD SIMPLE), and then Palace Productions, soon
establishing each as highly regarded entities within the film distribution and production industry.
Powell acted as Executive Producer on all of Palace's productions including Neil Jordan's
COMPANY OF WOLVES, Oscar-nominee MONA LISA, Michael Caton-Jones' SCANDAL, and
Neil Jordan's multi Oscar nominated THE CRYING GAME.
Nik and Stephen Woolley's subsequent company Scala produced Iain Softley's BACKBEAT,
Terence Davies' THE NEON BIBLE, Shane Meadows’ TWENTY-FOUR: SEVEN, Mark Herman's
Oscar and Golden Globe nominated LITTLE VOICE, Fred Schepisi's LAST ORDERS starring
Michael Caine, Bob Hoskins, Tom Courtenay, Helen Mirren and Ray Winstone, Charles Dance's
LADIES IN LAVENDER, starring Dame Judi Dench, Dame Maggie Smith, Miriam Margolies and
Daniel Bruehl - while Nik also executive produced CALENDAR GIRLS.
In 2005 Nik was appointed Director of the UK’s National Film & Television School (regularly listed
amongst the world’s leading film schools) with alumni including David Yates, Roger Deakins and
Yann Demange. During his time at the school, films produced by students garnered numerous
BAFTAs and OSCAR nominations. Nik was awarded an OBE in the 2018 New Year’s Honours list
while the NFTS received the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award at this year's
BAFTA ceremony.
Tommy Maddox-Upshaw (Director of Photography)
Tommy has worked with such legendary filmmakers as Spike Lee (BAD 25, 2012 and MIRACLE
AT ST ANNA, 2008) and Ava DuVernay (HELLO BEAUTIFUL, 2013). His cinematography
credits include THE PERFECT MATCH (Dir: Billie Woodruff, 2016) and KALUSHI (Dir: Madla
Dube, 2016), and he has honed his craft on a slate of internationally successful features including
THE CIRCLE (Dir: James Ponsoldt, 2017), STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON (Dir: F. Gary Gray,
2015) and IRON MAN 2 (Dir: John Favreau, 2010).
Maria Vanessa Reyes Gonzalez (Production Designer)
Maria obtained her first Master’s degree in Television Management from the Universidad
Complutense de Madrid, and her second in Cinematography and Film Production from the Savannah
College of Art and Design. She has worked in the production department on two television series for
Swirl Films: DINNER FOR TWO (Dir: Orlando Bishop, 2018) and TALES (Dir: Irv Gotti, 2017-),
as well as Season 3 of SCREAM: THE TV SERIES (2017) and the TV movie A SISTER’S
SECRET (Dir: D. J. Viola, 2018).



Mdhamiri Nkemi (Editor)
Mdhamiri is a BIFA-nominated editor based in London, with six years of experience in the film and
television industry, having worked at a commercials post-house as an assistant, as well as cutting
four features - including A MOVING IMAGE (Dir: Shola Amoo, 2016) and FELINE (Dir: Joan
Fuentealsaz, 2018) - numerous short films, music promos and branded content for institutions such
as Channel 4, Tate Shorts and Vogue.


Esben B.W. Askgaard (Editor)
Esben graduated from the National Film and Television School with an MA in Film Editing. His
Editing credits include I, SAMURI (Dir: David Stoddart, 2011), the Danish TV series KRIMI5
(2011) and the documentary short LEARNING TO LOVE THE GUN (Dir: Joseph Matthews, 2010).


Seymour Milton (Composer)
Seymour is a versatile & experienced composer, songwriter & music producer with a passion for
creating visceral music that tells a story.
Over a period of 14 years, Seymour has accumulated a wealth of experience writing for film, TV,
commercials, games & contemporary dance. He has written many tracksfor music libraries including
Deep East Music & KPM / Strongroom Productions Ltd. and has worked extensively with
award-winning choreographers such as James Cousins, Tony Adigun (Avant Garde Dance), Sophie
Nüzel & Ihsan Rustem, with performances at Sadlers Wells, The Place, The Turkish State Opera &
Ballet House & many other prestigious venues & festivals in Europe, Asia & South America.
A recent graduate of the National Film & Television School, during his 2-year MA in Composing for
Film & Television, Seymour worked on a large & diverse range of projects including fiction,
documentary, animation, commercials & games. His graduation game - Falling Sky - was nominated
in the Best Student Game category at The Games Awards in 2017 & his graduation animation - Fish
Boy premiered at Animafest Zagreb in June 2018.



Conversation with Writer/Director – Julius Amedume How did you first come across the
stage-play Rattlesnakes?
I was first introduced to Graham by another producer who was trying to put together a project based
on another one of his plays...He wanted me to direct the project, but the project never raised the
money needed. I kept in contact with Graham and one day I asked him to send me all his stage plays
to read.. I got through all the plays and Rattlesnakes was the one play that resonated the most with
me because of what was explored at the plays core.. Even though the play was 20 years old I could
see with some updating how it could still be relevant. But also from a producing point of view, it
seemed the most cost ef ective. So with that in the back of mind I never new when, or how, but one
day I would love to make it..

Why this film? Why now?
I am a great believer in everything happens for a reason and the world conspired to make this
project happen. There was a small window of time to make this film , a budget to get it off the
ground, and the right people gravitated towards the production to make it happen....
But most of all, the story , characters and themes are very relevant in the time we live in now. The
distribution of power, equality and societies norms and values have shifted... Men and Women's
rights are being redefined, with old behaviours and thought processes becoming no longer
acceptable. And within the story we have male and female characters who personify this and give a
greater understanding to these things in a social realist way, whilst being involved in a compelling,
entertaining story... it's a lot of food for thought disguised in 90 minutes of entertaining escapism...

You take some bold moves with key story events. Why this approach?
Bold moves are my thing I guess. I like telling thought provoking in stories in thought provoking
entertaining ways... As a director, my job is to serve the audience, so I always but myself in the
position of the audience and try to tell stories in ways in which is interesting , engaging and
entertaining. I want to evoke the range of emotions we have inside us, to experience these emotions
through using the power of cinema..
How did the project get off the ground?
The project got of the ground through Jimmy Jean – louis. He put his producer hat on and we got
this film made.. We have been wanting to find a film to do together for a while now, since we worked
with each other about 10 years ago.. We had explored other projects over the years but again, this
was just the right time and place for this to happen.. Everything seemed to fall into place, and when
adversity happens , like the biggest natural disaster in californian history, it really tested how much
we really wanted to make this film......

How did you find Jimmy and Jack?
I had worked with Jimmy before , and Jimmy knew Jack... Jack came onboard, after he was satisfied
with the script ect ect... It was great to work with these two and collaborate. Everything was for the
best interests of the story and how to make the film better. These guys brought allot to the table....
And even though it was an intense 12 day shoot..Me, jack and jimmy, and all the crew, had a lot of
fun making this film....



How did you approach the look of the film?
I was making this film for cinema.... Aesthetically audiences are used to seeing certain films of
certain genres in a certain way, where a lot of money has been spent to put these productions , with
these production values on screen... I made my first short film more than 20 years ago, and I was
confident I had gained enough knowledge and experience, to be able to achieve these same asphetics
on a fraction of the price, productions would usually spend... it was always about making the right
choices at the right time within budget and with access to whatever resources we had. I made every
decision always having this ideology in mind...
I always saw this story as being a neo noir psychological thriller and I adopted the conventions
those genres brought with it.. Low key lighting , shadows, muted colours, a moving camera, ect ect..
I also shot cinemascope anamorphic. I wanted to capture the story and the world, whilst capturing
people in their environments , to help communicate information to the audience along the way.. .
Knowing what the advantages and disadvantages of working with these conventions and trying to
achieve them would bring, was the key in the initial planning of the film and achieving these goals...
How did you create such an environment on a tight budget?
By constantly trying to change the foreground , midground and background, each cut , each shot..
Whist unraveling the story, raising the stakes, the tension, what information the audiences receive,
understand and then they can assume how it will develop or not... Keep trying to meet or change the
audiences expectations...
What were your influences and inspirations in making this film?
My influences were knowing that this is all or nothing...
What’s next?
Whatever tells an interesting story...
Jimmy Jean-Louis on the character of ‘McQueen’ What appealed to you about this character?
What appealed to me about the character is the fact that he is very mysterious and multifaceted,
charismatic with a deep dark layer we don’t quite understand. He is also a family man.
How was it working with Julius again?
It was great to reunite with julius on this project. We previously worked together about 10 years ago
on a short movie called “Precipice”, that short won many awards. We have both been working very
hard to find a project to do together since then, RATTLESNAKES was perfect. We understand each
other pretty well. Julius is very clear with his choices as a director and he knows how to get the
performance out of an actor.
This is our first feature film and I hope to shoot many more with him.

How did the rest of the cast come together?
I have been in Hollywood for about 20 years now and I have been blessed to work with many
talented actors and some of them became good friends. I pretty much called my friends and invited
them to come and have fun with me for a few weeks in a beautiful mansion in Montecito, food and
drinks on me. We trusted each other.



What was the most challenging part of juggling the roles of actor and producer?
Obviously, the idea of spending a couple of weeks in a beautiful mansion in Montecito sounded great
up until the largest wildfires in California history ravaged the nearby mountains. Within hours we
were put under mandatory evacuation. With no time to pack up hundreds of thousands of dollars of
equipment, we had to lock up the house and move to safety.
It was torture as a producer to have no control of a devastating situation, acting was just second
nature.



 Credits



Written and Directed by JUILIUS AMEDUME
Producer JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS
Executive Producer KATHLEEN McCLELLAN
Executive Producer NIK POWELL, IAN PRIOR
Executive Producer EVELYN JEAN-LOUIS
GREG OSAYANDE AGHAZE
Executive Producer JACK COLEMAN
MAEL JACQUES OTALY SERGENT
Co-Producer INBAL-ROTEM SAGIV
Based on the stage play
"Rattlesnakes" by GRAHAM FARROW
Director of Photography TOMMY MADDOX-UPSHAW
1st Assistant Director STAR VICTORIA

Production Designer MARIA VANESSA REYES GONZALEZ

Edited by MDHAMIRI NKEMI
ESHEN B. W. ASKGAARD
Sound Designer DARIO SWADE
Sound Re-Recording Mixer STEVE BOND
Original Music Composed by SEYMOUR MILTON

PAUL PRINGLE
CAST

Robert McQueen JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS
Richie Hanson JACK COLEMAN
Lizzy Hanson KATHLEEN McCLELLAN
Jamie Jarret JAY ACOVONE
Jed Ellis CHRISTIAN OLIVER
Celine McQueen ROBINNE LEE
Ester Jarret RYA KIHLSTEDT
Sophie McQueen KYRA JEAN-LOUIS
Mrs Jones CINDY COWAN
Mr Plaxton JOHN MARRS
Waiter MAEL JACQUES OTALY SERGENT



Office Worker RASMUS NILSELID
Anna Black SHIRA GROSS
Sharon Skye KARINA SHEINERMAN
Natalie Rosewood KARINA KAY
Amanda Cherry ADERET KLEJMAN
Jenny Fields MEITAR PAZ
Career Woman TINA ARNING
Amelie ALIX WILTON REGAN
Vivian ESOSA EDOSOMWAN
Jean PASCALE FORTUNAT
Rattlesnake #1 SLASH
Rattlesnake #2 STRIKE
Snake stand in DELIAH

Director of Photography TOMMY MADDOX-UPSHAW
1st Assistant Director STAR VICTORIA
Line Producer INBAL-ROTEM SAGIV

Production Designer MARIA VANESSA REYES GONZALEZ

Sound Mixer ERIC DAVID MILLER
1st Assistant Camera PRENTIC SINCLAIR SMITH
2nd Assistant Camera SEAN CISOWSKI
Additional Photography JOSE DE LOS ANGELES
Gaffer OLAMIDE OLADIMEJI
Key Grip MRIDUL SEN
Best Boy Lighting SATHISH SHANKUTTY
DIT ROBERT McINTOSH
Head Makeup Artist HANNAH SHERER
Assistant Makeup Artist BEATRCICE ALCORTA

Continuity CAN TAKKA
Costume Designer ANDREW DEVORE
Costume Standby TJ LEWIS
Set Dresser KAI CORDELL
Set Dresser LISSET SANCHEZ VALDES
Production Assistant ALEXANDER GODBERG
Production Assistant RASMUS NILSELID
Armourer JOHN MARRS
Stunt Coordinator RICK MARCUS
Catering MARIA VARGAS
Still photographer MICHAEL MORIATIS
Rattlesnake handlers GOOD DOG ANIMALS
Payroll Services ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS
Insurance UNITED AGENCIES, INC.
Bookkeeper GINA McALLISTER
Writer/Director JULIUS AMEDUME
Producer JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS
Executive Producer KATHLEEN McCLELLAN
Executive Producer NIK POWELL



Executive Producer IAN PRIOR
Executive Producer EVELYN JEAN-LOUIS
Executive Producer GREG OSAYANDE AGHAZE
Executive Producer JACK COLEMAN
Executive Producer MAEL JACQUES OTALY SERGENT

Co-Producer INBAL-ROTEM SAGIV
Editor MDHAMIRI NKEMI
Editor ESBEN B. W. ASKGAARD
Assistant Editor CONOR MEECHAN
Music Composer SEYMOUR MILTON
Music Composer PAUL PRINGLE
Supervising sound editor DARIO SWADE
Re-recording mixer STEVE BOND
Mix Technician - Halo MIKE SANINS
Dialogue Editor MARC SPECTER
Foley recordist SANDY BUCHANAN
Foley artist SUE HARDING
Foley artist DAVE POULTON
Foley recorded at Sannie Sound
Re-recorded at Halo Post-Production

VISUAL EFFECTS & Motion Graphics SUGAR HILL FILMS

SEDLEY BROWNE
DONELL BROWNE
DEVANTE BROWNE
REG WANTLING

VISUAL EFFECTS & Motion Graphics GORILLAH FUNK

Film Art Work MAZE DESIGNZ

Los Angeles ADR Recording Studios RESOUND STUDIO

RAMON BALCAZAR
MARTIN GUTIERREZ
OMRI LAHAV

ADR Recording Studio Los Angeles LOST COAST RECORDS

CHRIS PELONIS

ADR Recording Studios Sweden VIS PRODUCTIONS

VICTOR SJOELIN

ADR Recording Studios France G4F PROD
VINCENT PERCEVAULT
ALEXANDRA PERCEVAULT
CYRIL JEGOU
TRISTAN PRADENS

ADR Recording Studios London LONDON VOICE OVER STUDIOS

SIMON WILKINSON
Grading and online HIJACK POST



Colourist ALEX SEERY

Digital Lab Supervisor RICHARD SIMPSON
Online Edit Assistant ELLIE STILES
Post Production Assistant CATRIONA McAVOY
Digital Cinema Mastering HIJACK POST DIGITAL CINEMA

Trailer Editor HOPING CHEN
Trailer Colourist ANTHONY REDMAN
Sound Designer OWEN PETERS
Accountant for Scala Productions JOHN MORGAN

Insurance PAUL HILLIER
INTEGRO INSURANCE BROKERS
Sales and Distribution KEW MEDIA
GREG PHILLIPS
JONATHAN FORD
JOANNA DAWISKIBA
ALISON BALCH
HEAD painting ROB HAIN
Hot Rod painting GREG MILLER
Paintings JOHNNY LUCZYCKI
B & W photography CHRIS PELONIS
B & W photography ALAN KOZLOWSKI
Sun and Surf photography JEFF DIVINE

SONGS
PROFILE
Written by Studio 1
Performed by Dan - I

THANK YOU THE AMEDUME FAMILY
EMMANUEL TETTEH
ELISABETH DE SMET
PAUL OFOCHE
ERNEST ANTIWI
CELINE BOURD
ESOSA E

KEITH WARNER WILLIAMS
DAVID PRINGLE
VICTOR SJOLIN
PHILLIPE LEONE
ALYSSA HOCHSTATTER
MAX OWUSU
DMRI LAHAV
ALEXIS RODNEY
JOE KBOPIE
GBONTWI ANYETEI
YASSINE AZZOUZ



JEAN-PIERRE VERTUS
NNEGEST LIKKE
FRANCIS ONELUM
ADRIAN PHILIPS
JESSICA RICHES
LUCRETIA STINNETTE
JOSEPH AMPABENG
SPECIAL THANKS CINDY COWAN

OROCK OROCK
IAN SELLAR
MICHAEL AAGLUND
SOFIE WINTHER ASKGAARD
JACOB MAGNUS
GITTE NÆ SBOL MAGNUS
CODEX - MATT IVAN
CINELEASE - MIKE NUDGE
KESLOW CAMERA - BRAD WILSON
HALO - CHARLOTTE HAWKINS
HALO - REBECCA PEACE
HIREWORKS
SAMANTHA HORELY
BARRY SMITH
ALLAN PRINGLE
MARY PRINGLE
PHILIP BOOTH
TASH MOSLEY
MARK WHITTIKER
JORDAN SALOMON
YASMIN C. RAMS
RODNEY CHARLES
ALRICK RILEY
NTARE GUMA MBAHO MWINE
CAMILLE BROWN

THE SACRED SPACE - JACK HERSCHORN

SASHA SAIN
LUKE SAIN

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