Client: UNHCR
Date: Jun 2016
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Black Sheep Studios, BBH London’s in-house production unit, Somesuch, and DokuFest, the Kosovan film festival, have formed a unique collaboration to co-produce a powerful 20-minute short film to address the current refugee crisis.

The film is supported by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and will screen in Picturehouse cinemas nationwide from Monday 20th June 2016. Starring Jack O'Connell and Holliday Grainger, HOME was shot in three countries - the UK, Kosovo and Albania.

As thousands of men, women and children attempt to get into Europe, the film sees a comfortable English family experience a life changing journey of their own. The film presents a less common route of using an entertainment format to communicate a message, rather than a traditional commercial format.

The ambition of the 20-minute film is to address the current refugee crisis and help drive global awareness to support UNHCR’s World Refugee Day.


Production Company: Somesuch, Dokufest

Additional Credits: Director: Daniel Mulloy

Writer: Daniel Mulloy

Executive Producer: Anthony Austin, Davud Karbassioun, Sally Campbell, Arta Dobroshi, Eroll Bilibani, Andre des Rochers

Producer: Chris Watling, Tim Nash, Scott O’Donnell, Shpat Deda, Afolabi Kuti

DoP: Victor Seguin / Paul Mackay

Post Production: The Mill

Editor/Editing House: Phil Currie / Homespun

Associate Editor: Elena de Palma

Sound: Jon Clarke @ Factory Studios

Media Agency: PHD Media

PR Agency: Freuds

Music Supervision: The Most Radicalist Black Sheep Music