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Little PiecesBe not afraid of the trials of life, yet be very afraid of those who oppose life. Those who will demean it. Those who will shun it. As well as those who will cast it aside and follow the following great film directed and starring a couple of British people with very funny accents. Well, if you don't believe me, why don't you check this out, mi-lad-oh!!!!

Little Pieces is the story of Michael and Eric, two young men on a collision course with the world around them. As they race violently towards each other their world comes crashing down, changing their lives forever.

Finnian Nainby-Luxmoore, Matt Jones, Isabelle Glinn, Graham Cawte and Peter Oliver star in this story of love, violence, reconciliation, and family in which all the pieces matter.

About The Actors

Finnian Nainby-Luxmoore was born in Paris, but moved to Suffolk at a young age where he took on the monumental task of attempting to grow up.

Finnian’s desire to become an actor started at a young age, watching many old great films including Steve McQueen’s notable performance in The Great Escape and The Magnificent Seven. After going for the small role of the fool in a school production of The Three Musketeers, he landed the lead D'Artagnan instead and Finnian’s dream took form. From that point on he began studying the art seriously and his performances included Billy in Little Voice and Faustus in Faustus

Once he finished school Finnian proceeded to follow a career in acting, and in the last 5 years he has done a range of productions including music videos, short films, amateur theatre, young theatre and feature films. As his career has progressed so have the roles and his performances. Due to his mixed bloodlines Finnian has a great ability to change up his appearance and personality, making him an ideal candidate for many diverse roles. 

As well as acting Finnian has a great love of writing and is currently in the process of finishing his own scripts and starting up a clothing brand with his business partner. Finnian currently resides in London where he continues to pursue his acting career. 

Matthew began his career at an early age with a small role as a ‘Bible Boy’ in the BBC sitcom, 'My Family', and training with the Stage Coach Theatre Arts School at weekends. 

Born in Surrey, England, Matthew attended The Winston Churchill School and soon discovered Shakespeare and the inner workings of stage acting. His performance as Petruchio in ‘The Taming of The Shrew’ in the Shakespeare Schools Festival earned him an invitation to audition for the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. 

Joining the NYT was an experience that changed Matthews’s life and soon after signed to a prestigious talent agent and began working in the industry. He made his film debut in Guillermo Del Toro’s summer blockbuster, ‘Pacific Rim’, and has continued to work since. 

His most recent work includes the upcoming gritty, British gangster tale ‘Top Dog’, and the highly anticipated sequel ‘22 Jump Street’, starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. 

Matthew makes his lead film debut as Eric in British independent film, ‘Little Pieces’, set for release in 2014 and follows the story of two brothers on a collision course with the world around them.

Isabelle was born in Guildford, Surrey, in 1992. She first became interested in acting at an early age, initially aspiring to a musical theatre career path and maintains her love for singing. By the end of secondary school she knew that she wanted to become an actor, despite warnings of the competitive nature of the industry. 

It was confirmed to her that this was her calling when she was cast in the female leads for the annual college productions over her two years at Alton College. She went on to train at The Oxford School of Drama on the acting foundation course in 2011 and is currently delighted to be training on the school's three year acting course, and will graduate in 2016. 

In 2012 Isabelle worked in Disneyland Paris as a 'character and parade' performer, which she thoroughly enjoyed.

About The Crew

Adam Nelson was born in Portsmouth, United Kingdom. Growing up he always had a fascination for film and storytelling. After watching Jaws he knew that story telling and filmmaking were the careers for him. Honing his craft from the young age of 10, Adam would write short stories inspired by the films he had recently seen before finally settling upon studying a degree in Film Studies from the University of Portsmouth. Whilst doing this he learned the tools of his trade and produced several short student films filling many technical roles but finding he was particularly drawn to editing. A brief detour in to teaching film production allowed Adam to further develop his skills and prepare his first short film as Writer/Director ‘The House Near Apple Park’.  Although the film achieved no success on the festival circuit, it received favourable reviews and inspired Adam to move into production on his first feature film, ‘Little Pieces'. Whilst moving through post-production phase of ‘Little Pieces’ Adam has also directed and edited a music video for the band A Brilliant Life and edited promos for Shorts on Tap.

Adam still lives in Portsmouth and continues to be an avid film fan, he is rounding out the post-production for ‘Little Pieces’ whilst developing his next feature screenplay. 

Darren Church was born in Bedford, United Kingdom, and after a succession of movements around the country has eventually found his home in Guildford, also in the United Kingdom. Film has always and continues to be part of his life leading him to studying a degree in Media Studies with English from the College of St Mark and St John (University of Exeter affiliated) and then a Masters in Film from the University of Sheffield.

With a move into teaching, still in the Film and Media areas, he imparts his passion for the visual image to students across the country and now located in Guildford continues to do the same. His organizational aptitude in these teaching roles led him to Guildford College, Adam Nelson and Apple Park Films and a producing role on Adam’s first feature film, ‘Little Pieces’. 

Now please stay tuned for more updates on my coverage of Adam Nelson's, Little Pieces. 

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