"Two British-Nigerian brothers-- older brother Ade and younger brother Segun-- are involved in an illegal family business. Ade is ending it while Segun wants to do just one more job."

Sounds interesting to me.  Which is why I wish I was in NY this weekend to catch either of the two screenings of Alexander Etseyatse's short film 4-1-9.

S&A has highlighted Etseyatse's work in the past, so readers should have an idea of the type of quality work he's capable of.

If you're interested, you can see 4-1-9, at the follwoing locations:


Williamsburg International Film Festival (WILLiFEST)
(Friday Sept. 21st at 6 PM)

Film Screenings @ El Puente
211 South 4th Street (off Roebling St.) 
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Closet subway Lines: J,M,Z


Harlem International Film Festival (Saturday. Sept. 22nd at 6 PM)

Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox Avenue /Malcolm X Boulevard
(between 127th and 128th Streets)
New York, NY, 10027
Closet subway Lines: 2,3,5