Wretch 32 'Little Big Man' by Edem Wornoo
Wretch 32 worked with director Edem Wornoo on this epic 11-minute short film weaving tracks from his Little BIG Man project - a nine-track meditation on incarceration, violence and poverty - into a narrative about the cycle of reoffending, inner turmoil and home.
Shot on location in London, the film explores themes of work, community and performance with scale and sensitivity.
Last year, Wornoo was one of five unsigned British directors to win a place on Three Minutes – Ground Work’s incubator scheme funding five music videos by rising talents.
The scheme is produced in association with our production company Ground Work and made possible by Burberry, Shure and BFI NETWORK. The project has also received funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.
|Production Company||Ground Work|
|Executive Producer||Aaron Z. Willson|
|Production Manager||Anna Butler|
|1st AD||Tom Fraser-Ivens|
|Director of Photography||Ahmet Husseyin|
|Focus Puller||Murat Akyildiz|
|2nd AC||Jack Lightfoot|
|Steadicam||Grant Sandy Phillips|
|Art Director||David Hamilton|
|Hair & Make-up||Nibras|
|Stylist (Artist)||Daisy Deane|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Lead actor||Jordy Meya|
|Other credits||Cast: Jordy Meya, Marcia Tucker, Dionne Ward Anderson, Tony Mcpherson, Bradley Francis, Nathaniel Turay-Boxx, Jordon Apara 2nd AD: Olly Ginelli Runners: Ynez Myers, Kyle Thomas, Melissa Baugh Art Assistants: Connor Masan, Sarah Hall Casting Director: Kharmel Cochrane Casting Assistants: Virginia Kerr, Holly Rodman Ronin Operator: Stephan Knight Crane Operator: Marcus Pavett Camera Trainee: Nicolet Nguyen Sparks: Serkan Cetin, Jock Norton, Nathan Sutherland HMU Assistant: Fatin Hasado Covid Supervisor: Milagros De La Torre Genny Operator: Chris Brown Construction Team: Jake Hogan, Lee Seton, Wyndham Harris, Nick O’Brien Sound Recordist: Alessandra Fasto Camera Equipment: Shift 4 Lighting Equipment: SHL Lighting Crane: DLP Films Colour Producer: Charles Ed Morris Senior Colour Assist: Megan Lee Post Production Sound - Alessandra Fasto, Boom City Additional Voices: Joshua Lessey, James Flavin, Kwesi Agyei-Benhene, Patrick Munyui With Thanks To: SHIFT4, SHL Lighting, Saam Farahmand, Spike Morris, Nathan Matthews, Mark Denmark|
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