Uzo Oleh’s Edicius is a masterpiece from the score to the visuals and everything in between

When Jason uncovers the truth behind his most powerful client, he realises his life is on the line. But a visit from his intuition, a man with his exact likeness, claims to have the answers to save him. All Jason has to do is trust him…but can he?

The wonderful Uzo Oleh, known for his directing and photography, has worked with some of the biggest names in film, fashion and entertainment, as well as directing commercials for huge global brands. Uzo’s work has been exhibited around the world and featured in major publications, including Vogue and I-D Magazine. 

His latest film Edicius (suicide backwards) has some impressive names attached to it. Not only did the one and only Idris Elba executive produce the film, but it also features Michael Socha (This Is England) as the main character. As well as lots of other fantastic people involved such as Academy Award winner Glenn Freemantle doing the sound design.

Thomas Farnon, a British composer composed the score with the help of a full orchestra. 

The music used throughout the film is so powerful and helps add to the suspense. The film itself is a masterpiece from the score to the visuals, and everything in between. With so many great names attached to the project, it’s no wonder the film is being screened at an array of festivals such as Raindace, Newport Beach, Norwich Film Festival and more.

The film itself is a masterpiece from the score to the visuals, and everything in between.

Judy Ibelhauptaite, Just Celebrity Magazine Film Reporter


For an in depth Q&A about the film please checkout: https://vimeo.com/651375351/2bac06c387

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