First Caribbean-made film on Cricket is complete. It is also the first Barbadian film to be marketed internationally. I couldn't find more details about the director Alison Saunders-Franklin, but the film sounds pretty interesting with its international crew and funding completely through PE.
|First Caribbean-made film on cricket finally complete|
The Star, St. Lucia -
Hit For Six is also the first film about a modern day cricketer and the first Barbadian film to be marketed internationally.All this was revealed yesterday at a press briefing at the Island Inn Hotel, where script writer and director Alison Saunders-Franklyn, of Blue Waters Productions, gave details about the process of making the film, from funding to final edit.
Prime Minister Owen Arthur has consented to be the patron at the premier on April 18 at the Olympus Expo.Hit For Six is the story of a West Indian cricketer Alex Nelson (played by Andrew Pilgrim), who was sidelined from the team for scuffling with his coach, Amir Misra (Nirmal Thani). The film also stars British actor Rudolph Walker, Barbadian Alison Sealy-Smith, Varia Williams and Jeanille Bonterre, a VJ (video jockey) on MTV’s Tempo...