Based on true events the writer witnessed whilst working at a homeless shelter before the coronavirus pandemic, The Track is a beautiful film highlighting the importance of each precious human life.

It follows the story of Nate, a 45 year old teacher who migrated to the UK with dreams of a better life, only to quickly fall through the cracks and become lost to the streets of London. 

Touching on class in its extreme, race, gender and mental health, this is a story which has never been so timely and urgent. 

We are also delighted to have partnered with SHELTER, WEST LONDON MISSION and ARK RESETTLEMENT SERVICES.

Credits

Written by Augusta Woods

Produced by Cat White and Molly Murphy

Directed by Louisa Connolly-Burnham

Cinematography by Meurig Marshall

Starring Wil Johnson, Augusta Woods, Shubham Saraf, Andrew Lee Potts