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Eleven-year-old Ama and her mother, Grace, take solace in the gentle but isolated world they obsessively create. But Ama’s thirst for life and her need to grow and develop, challenges the rules of their insular world and gradually forces Grace to reckon with a past she struggles to forget.

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Directors Spotlight

Adura Onashile


Adura Onashile is an award-winning Glasgow based artist. She has just finished playing Medea in the National Theatre of Scotland and Edinburgh International Festival 2022 acclaimed production. She has directed two productions, HeLa and Expensive S**t for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, winning a Fringe First, Edinburgh Guide Best Scottish Contribution to Drama and TOTAL and Amnesty nominations. Both shows toured nationally and internationally supported by the British Council. She has directed productions with The Unicorn Theatre, The Place, Contact Theatre, Fuel Theatre, and The National Theatre of Scotland. In 2020, she wrote and directed her screen debut, EXPENSIVE SHIT, a BAFTA Scotland nominated short produced by barry crerar which premiered at BFI London Film Festival 2020.

  • Year: 2023
  • Runtime: 87 minutes
  • Country: UK
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Déborah Lukumuena, Danny Sapani, Le'Shantey Bonsu
  • Cinematographer: Tasha Back
  • Composer: Ré Olunuga
  • Director: Adura Onashile
  • Editor: Stella Heath Keir
  • Executive Producer: Jim Reeve, Eva Yates, Kristin Irving, Jennifer Armitage
  • Producer: Rosie Crerar, Ciara Barry
  • Production Design: Soraya Gilanni Viljoen
  • Screenwriter: Adura Onashile
  • Sound Design: William Aikman
  • Premiere: Philadelphia

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