Anisah’s Song is an evil play of cruelty and hopeful redemption. After witnessing the rape of a young Muslim girl, a cowardly man hides in a world trapped by guilt. His cowardliness leaves him longing for the things he can never have. In his isolation he looks for redemption from evil.
Stuart Howe started his award-winning career as a director, editor and successful entrepreneur back in 2003. After co-founding his own independent production company, his determination and diligence won him Business Link Entrepreneur of the year (2004).
It wasn’t until 2012 that Stuart directed his second short. He wanted to explore the war drama genre with ‘A Day in 1951’, which tells the story of two soldiers and how despite their differences they are both victims of war. Officially selected for various International Film Festivals, ‘A Day in 1951’, has also received worldwide distribution.
In 2013, Stuart joined Ogilvy & Mather (Hong Kong). As a performance-driven Director of Content. His projects quickly gained success taking home multiple awards in the advertising sector. In 2014, Stuart teamed up with underground artist Suli Breaks to direct the music video ‘Anisha’s Song’ which is to become the debut album in the fall of 2015. Stuart is now working with French writer/producer Aurelien Laine on developing his debut feature film.