Dilemmas is more than just a film; it is a passionate tale of prejudice, identity and forgiveness.
The profits from the Dilemmas Premier will be going to a Mental Health Organisation has mental health especially within the ethnic communities, is at times overlooked. So come and make a difference.
This independent British film is the brainchild of writer and director Maxine Chantel and looks at the difficulty of cultural clashes and conflict caused by social norms.
As a mixed marriage gets put to the test by the prejudices of a Nigerian mother-in-law, the long-suffering pastor played by leading Nigerian actor Ken Smart must manage his marriage whilst the fate of his church also hangs in the balance. In a desperate bid to put together a successful choir to save the church, the pastor’s inventive auditions show that humour can always be found, even in the face adversity.
The film boasts a whole host of British stars both old and new, including Birds Of A Feather star Linda Robson and singer Mica Paris. These terrific household names are joined by Shana Swash of EastEnders and blind actress Deronke Adekun.
The event will be hosted by the legendary Comedian, writer, and actor Angie La Mar with a mix of inspirational soul and gospel music, including, the melodious music of Baby Melody Davis followed by a Q&A with the director, and cast including Ken Smart,and other special guests.
Come and have a wonderful time and be inspired! Bring yourself or come with your family, including your nan, and we will take good care of her ...after all it's nearly Christmas.
For further information please contact Sarah Edwards on 07949 044004, the Dilemmas Website: www.maxinechanteldilemmasfilm.co.uk or email general email address: email@example.com or Twitter @maxinechantel
Information about the venue GRACEPOINT, please contact: Prince on 020 7 354 5651
Venue address: Gracepoint: 161 -169 Essex Road. London. N1 2SN. A massive building on the same side of Essex Road Train Station. Nearest tube Angel Station, about 10 -15 minutes’ walk to venue. Alternatively, from Essex Road Train Station 5 minutes’ walk. Buses 38, 73, 56, 476, 341 & 271. Or if you loaded take a cab!
Please note, Parking is free from 1.30pm on a Saturday ONLY.