NOW STREAMING AT HOME FOR $10
Free Virtual Q&A with The Last Tree director Shola Amoo! Tuesday, July 7 at 3:00pm. Register for Q&A’s HERE.
Once you purchase an “e-ticket” you will be sent a link & password to view the film. The Loft Cinema will be splitting the revenue with the film’s distributor 50/50. You can watch The Last Tree for 48 hours after you receive a link via email. The film may be watched on your mobile device, computer, and other streaming devices. Click here for FAQs on streaming the film.
“Stirring … thoughtfully alternates universal adolescent insecurities with urgently specific minority politics.” Guy Lodge, Variety
An Official Selection at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, The Last Tree is the semi-autobiographical story of Femi (as a child played by newcomer Tai Golding), a British boy of Nigerian heritage who, after being fostered in rural Lincolnshire, moves to inner-city London to live with his birth mother. In his teens, Femi (Sam Adewunmi) is struggling with the culture and values of his new environment. Femi must decide which path to adulthood he wants to take, and what it means to be a young black man in London during the early 00s. (Dir. by Shola Amoo, 2029, UK, 98 mins., Not Rated)