Directed By: Nathan Burland⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 7m 45s ⎥

King (jr.) Is exposed to the streets at age 12 and quickly becomes addicted to the quick pace of it. By 13 he is fully involved. By 16 he even has the scars to prove it. The rise to power is evident through a series of transcending events; however it comes at a cost as it drives his mother away. The truth behind what she really perceives of him is revealed. Jr, is no king, no provider nor man, he has no claim to respect. As you could imagine jr is hurt. The truth will do that, yet it is mandatory. From that day, a seed is planted in Jr, and the strive to become better begins.

About the Director:

In 2019 Nathan Burland Graduated from The Remix Project, a recognized incubator of talent in Toronto and has emerged from a Production Assistant into a trusted Director and Producer. In December 2019 Nathan was commissioned by TD Canada Trust to create a film for Black History month the following February, consequently, his short film Royal has started its festival circuit. Nathan has demonstrated the resourcefulness to work with major brands and artists such as Cineplex, Bud light, Roots, Drake, Lil Yatchy, Da Baby, Carley Rae Jepsen, and Jesse Reyez.

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