Available April 20, - May 31,  2021

Year: 2013
Length: 55 minutes
Film Category: Narrative Feature

Cast & Credits

Director: Chris Leslie, Oggi Tomić

Screenwriter: Chris Leslie, Oggi Tomić

Producer: Carol Cooke, Garret Tankosic Kelly

Executive Producer: Mark Cook, Haris Kuskunovic, Neil McCartney, Jo Rolfe, Malcolm Rolfe, Claire Wright

Editor: Jim Allison, Oggi Tomic

Cinematographer: Chris Leslie, Jasmin Omerika, Aggie Ostrowska, Oggi Tomic

Film Synopsis:

Abandoned at birth in war-torn Bosnia to a childhood plagued by near starvation, Oggi Tomic did not get the best start in life. Twenty seven years on, now happily married and settled in the UK, he receives the phone call that every orphan dreams of: his family have tracked him down and want to meet up. But as Oggi journeys home for an extraordinary reunion, he uncovers a chapter of family history he would sooner forget. Could these be the people who once tried to kill him?

Director's Biography

Oggi Tomic is BAFTA winning Cambridge and London based filmmaker and director with over 15 years experience working on projects in the USA, UK, Pakistan, Europe and more besides.

Specializing as a cinematographer and director, his portfolio extends across promotional, documentary, broadcast and corporate films, alongside a range of social and branded content for clients including the BBC, Google, Buckingham Palace, Sony Europe, MTV and Barclays. Using his background in documentary, he takes pride in delivering high-end results with an economical production footprint.

Oggi is the recipient of numerous awards, a two-time BAFTA Scotland winner and BHFF NYC award for his documentary “Finding Family” and was awarded Best Travel Photo by The Telegraph.  His photography has been published globally by National Geographic, The Times and The Independent.

His approach is always flexible, personal, reliable and collaboration is at the core of his creativity. Being based in Cambridge he frequently works with clients across Europe, in central and eastern England, whereas London and the South East is easily accessible, often at short notice.



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