Daniel Edward Hyde | Short | 12 mins | 2016 | Belize/USA | English | G

CAST

Michael (Sleepy) Meighan



ABOUT THE FILM

On a small remote island, one man lives almost completely isolated from civilization. This dryly humorous film muses playfully on how much we can really remove ourselves from the ‘developed’ world.

DIRECTOR

Daniel Edward Hyde is of Navajo and Belizean descent based out of the Southwest USA. Daniel’s work has spanned from Hollywood in The Making of Navajo Star Wars (2015), to the Art world in Bert and Wei Wei: Time 2014 (2014), and back to the Navajo Nation with narratives such as The Way Things Are (2011), and Brousins (2012), as well as the role of producer and actor in Blackhorse Lowe’s acclaimed film “Chasing the Light” (2015). With Manna, the focus is now on his Caribbean roots in Belize, with an eye to apply the same passion for storytelling to Caribbean beauty.

FROM THE FILM