A man is forced to steal a car in order to reunite the family he left behind in Romania.
Each year thousands of stolen cars turn up in countries like Romania, where they are sold on the black market. How do these cars get there? Who supplies them? What drives them?
This is a short film co-production by Columbia University and DFFB film school students, dealing with migration and illegal trafficking in Europe.
Daniel Nickson (Director & Co-Writer), originally from the UK and currently completing his MFA in Film at Columbia University. He is one of this years BAFTA LA scholars and Hollywood Foreign Press Award recipients. His graduation film for The University of Westminster, 'Foxes In The Underground', received international acclaim, with nominations and prizes at the Royal Television Society Awards, Seattle's NFFTY, the Screentest Awards, Cannes Court Metrage and Shanghai's International Film Festival. Before moving to New York City he developed feature films and commercials with Smuggler Productions. Please visit his website for his full portfolio of creative work: www.danielnickson.com
Reka Posta (Producer & co-writer) is completing the MFA Creative Producing program at Columbia University. Previously she was an associate producer for Channel 4 (UK) while pursuing her dual degree in East European studies and Politics at University College London. She then worked as a film producer at the United Nations, co-produced the feature documentary ‘The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga’, with Independent Spirit Award nominee Jessica Oreck and she has directed/produced a documentary about the redevelopment of public housing. She was the Creative Producer for 'My Sky is Falling', a project for Lance Weiler’s 'Reboot Stories' and she also produced a short film with Michael Hausman ('Gangs of New York', 'Amadeus', 'Brokeback Mountain'), for his Columbia Producing class.