So April 2nd was World Autism Day.
I wouldn’t know. I was busy saving the world some other way.
But there are people who care. People like Tomi Adesina, whose production outfit Blue House Films put together a short film project to commemorate that day and people who have autism.
Read the PR for the project below:
The Other Me tells the story of Olamide, an autistic young man as he prepares for the biggest day of his life; a date with the love of his life, Sharon. Due to his condition, what seemingly should be his most exciting day becomes a nightmare.
Written and directed by Tomi Adesina, The Other Me is a compelling short film on Autism which raises awareness on the condition and speaks against discriminating people living with it. It is produced by Tomi Adesina and Michael Tayo Babalola’s BlueHouse Films in association with Omobolaji Opakunbi’s Phalanx Pictures.
The film stars Taiwo Adeboboye and Adebukola Oladipupo, among others.
On World Autism Day, April 2nd, 2016 awareness was raised by various people on Autism. BlueHouse Films and Phalanx Pictures is doing same with this project.
The date for the official release of the short film is yet to be announced.
For sponsorship; please contact: 08139263829 or 08039446273
Join the conversation on Social Media by using all or any of the following media:
Twitter: @bluehousefilms #TheOtherMe #AutismSpeaks
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Now peep a trailer here.
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