|East Coast Premiere|
|Cast: ||Hamza Zaman, Alexandra Bernal, Julianne Lavallee|
|Crew: ||Producers: Chelsea Roth - Screenwriters: Hamza Zaman |
A man haunted by his past must confront his present - air has become too polluted to breathe. As society collapses, he makes a final valiant attempt to preserve whats left of his humanity.
Hamza Zaman is an award winning filmmaker, critically acclaimed playwright and actor. Best known for his award winning films "Blue Skies" and "Vemana" as well as numerous TV and film appearances and theatrical productions.
Zaman's work mostly deals with socially conscious issues such as addiction, criminal justice and spirituality. He also finds comedy appealing and has released a number of skits through film festivals and streaming services.
His play "Fresh Meat" premiered at the 20th Anniversary FringeNYC Festival at The Clemente. His solo show "Redemption" was a part of The ONE Festival at Teatro Circulo. His latest show "Sixteen" ran at Dixon Place.
He founded the production company "Headless Films" and also is the co-founder of the New York Actors Gym. He is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild.
As the choices of previous generations come back to haunt us, so to will ours reverberate down through the ages. A call to tackle climate change is not a luxury but an imperative. This is why I wrote this film and hope that it awakens some semblance of awareness to our state from the torpid masses.