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Wildflower

Twenty-two-year-old Rorie Burgess goes on a mental journey to help cope with her feelings toward her father, who was never a part of her life, though she had always longed for a relationship with him.  After the death of her paternal grandmother, she discovers a bag of letters that she wrote to him over the years, all unopened.

Wildflower (2017)

Region:

Barbados

Language:

English

Rating:

14+

Director(s):

Kerry-Lyn Coppin | Alison Phillips


Kerry-Lyn Coppin

Kerry-Lyn Coppin

Kerry-Lyn Coppin is a dancer, actor and filmmaker from Barbados. She started off in theatre with the St. Winifred’s School pantomimes Peter Pan and The Grinch, and has played lead roles in student films such as Frenemy and The Duality of Ish.

Alison Phillips

Kerry-Lyn Coppin

Alison Phillips is a storyteller who uses creative writing, film and visual arts to express herself. She received the Irving Bergie award in 2011, amongst various creative prose awards, including her first screenplay Where the Wires Meet (2015). Since  2014 produced a number of short films, including Where the Wires Meet, The Clouds Reflection and Purple Thunder Storms.

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