Prison Boy, a short film that was shot late last year is now in the editing suite. A project adapted from a monologue by Ben Woodhall, the film is based around a group of boys in prison during an anger management group. I play tough Boxer Nate who laughs at others but doesn’t take kindly to being laughed at.
I’ve recently been filming a new short film/period drama “Black London (working title)” playing Julius Soubise.
Black London is a series of short dramas based on historical records, court documents, contemporary adverts and newspaper accounts that tell the stories of black and brown Londoners who settled in Britain in the 18th century. They reveal the little-known histories of individuals who fought duels, organised black balls, worked as sailors, soldiers, fencing masters, servants and slaves, writers, musicians, composers, hairdressers and sometimes thieves and prostitutes.
Short film Capture is about a distressed woman on the run after stealing the world’s most advanced breakthrough technologies and medicine to save its investor, who is her father. Her careless attempt to control this technology accidentally puts the lives of others at risk.
Directed by Alex Igbonai and filmed by Zoran Veljkovic an award winning BAFTA cinematographer!
A Big thank you to Executive Producers, Zane and Jahrome from Global Swag for believing and supporting the vision.
Playing the character Caleb in a spoken word film by poet Emmanuel Speaks. This is a short film adaptation of the storyline presented by his debut EP ‘#Russian Roulette’.
Serving as a music video compilation – this film takes the viewer on a journey of LUST, LOVE, FAITH, GENDER and POWER.
Over the Christmas period I released a short film that I produced and acted in called Free Santa. A man named Saint Nicholas is left to defend himself in court after a string of breaking and entering. He attempts to convince the court he is indeed Santa Claus.
André Fyffe playing Michael and Santa Claus playing himself in the short film ‘Free Santa.’
I am playing the lead role and currently working on Epiphany, a short film about a young man Lenny who is transformed through an empowering experience taking place in his life on the streets of East London.
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In a short film for Valentine’s Day, André Fyffe plays Charles who recently broke up with his girlfriend. There to comfort him are his two best friends Joe and Kwame and wanting to get over his breakup he agrees to let Joe set him up on a double date for Valentine’s Day. An excited Charles quickly gets in to the mood when he’s shown a picture of his date Rachel. Charles thinks he’s found love but is in for a rude awakening.