Jimmy Brown - 30th July 2013

Naroop, repped by OBmanagement and signed to Rokkit, delivers this thoughtful and insightful short documentary film about music artist Warner Newman - self-funded, shot and edited by the director.


"Born in New Zealand and now living in London, Warner has faced and over come unbelievable social and physical obstacles in the pursuit of his dream to become a singer. I decided to shoot and direct this film as I felt the hard work and sacrifice involved in becoming a music artist is sometimes over looked.

"TV shows make it seem so easy. Overnight fame is a becoming more common. But behind the artist lies a story of dramatic ups and downs. Warner’s inspiring journey is a touching example of this. One man’s willingness to give it all for the one thing he wants most".


Director of PhotographyNaroop
Grading companyAir Post Production

Jimmy Brown - 30th July 2013

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