A SHORT FILM ON IMPRISONMENT
I’m Still Ethan is a short film exploring the impact of imprisonment upon detainees’ partners AND CHILDREN. through one young boy's eyes we look at how life changes when a parent is put behind bars and there is no support system to direct the way or alleviate pain.
this story speaks for those who’re left behind at home, and often left out within their community. Exploring themes of discrimination, loss and identity for all those, like Ethan, who’ve had judgement thrust upon them and their childhoods torn apart.
Ethan starts to see himself through the judgmental eyes of their local community and wonders if he too is undeserving of freedom and safety.
65% OF SONS OF PRISONERS END UP IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
A BROKEN SYSTEM
312,000 CHILDREN AFFECTED IN ENGLAND & WALES EVERY YEAR
45% OF PRISONERS LOSE CONTACT WITH THEIR FAMILIES WHILST IN PRISON; LEAVING CHILDREN WITHOUT PARENTS AND THE PARENTS AT HOME WITHOUT PARTNERS
AN AWARD-WINNING TEAM
CREATOR, CO-WRITER & CO-PRODUCER
WRITER & PRODUCER