My Big Fat Greek Wedding meets Dog Day Afternoon
A failed filmmaker turned bitter wedding videographer, Gideon Glass, takes a job filming his ex-girlfriend's Jewish wedding to earn some cash. However things turn awry when her estranged father crashes the ceremony with a shotgun, demanding to walk his daughter down the aisle.
Lewis Rose is a London-based writer and director. Usually working in comedy, his films aim to meld big laughs with dramatic narratives, placing larger-than-life characters in absurd scenarios. His most recent short, The Chop, screened at over 150 festivals and won 40 awards to date, including top prizes at Palm Springs and Rhode Island.
Gaining experience in various disciplines and mediums over the years, Lewis has continued working towards his goal of directing feature films. Alongside his fiction work Lewis has also directed numerous successful commercials and music videos. His music video for Beardyman went on to win a UKMVA in 2016 and a host of other awards. He is signed to Park Village for commercials and music videos, and performs improvisational comedy with The Free Association. He is currently developing two feature projects and a comedy TV series.
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