Mr. Somebody

Mr. Somebody

A former Crip gang member searches for redemption after 14 years behind bars.

Director Bio

Brian Wertheim, born in Los Angeles, California, in 1989, is a photographer and filmmaker focusing on long-term work in Southern California and the Middle East. He remains committed to the use of photographic film and develops all of his stills using traditional darkroom techniques. He is focused on narratives about characters who are in the margins of society, in an effort to encourage interaction across cultures, races, religions, and socio-economic classes.


  • Directed by:BRIAN WERTHEIM
  • Runtime:11 mins
  • Country of Origin:United States
  • Country of Filming:United States
  • Category:Non-Fiction
  • Selection:Programme 23
  • Screening Time / Venue:Sat AUG 15
    10AM - 10PM ONLINE
  • Links: Website

Latest News

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call of the forest screening

Call of the Forest Screening

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 07 December, 2020

Still Voices Presents a Special Screening of Call of the Forest in partnership with Whose Woods These Are Tree Festival.

2020 award winners

Submissions for Still Voices 21 Now Open

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 01 October, 2020

Submissions for the Still Voices Short Film Festival 2021 are now open!

2020 award winners

2020 Award Winners Announced!

  • Ronan O'Toole
  • 16 August, 2020

Still Voices Short Film Festival 2020 Award Winners Announced!


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As this year's festival is online, no tickets will be sold. The online short film competition will be free.

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