Starting 2019 with a bang, Rising star London actor Sal Jobe will feature in the long anticipated Only Wolves film from writer, director and producer Damien Nembhard.
Daniel Joseph is a quiet 27 year old Londoner with dreams of becoming rich. When his oldest friend, the influential, but cold-hearted Mo Janneh suddenly dies, Daniel does the unforgivable – steals from his dead friend. But Mo’s friends and family soon realise that money is missing and set out to find the thief, triggering a chain of events that jeopardise all that Daniel holds dear. Thrown into the mix is Halima, Mo’s niece, whose fierce attitude and good looks soon captivate Daniel and leave him with an even greater dilemma as he falls for her. Dark yet enlightening, Only Wolves tells the story of a young man who is forced to face his demons in order to save what matters most
The London based indie short film is due to be released in early March 2019 with a cinema screening and also online!
We caught up with Sal Jobe this year as he discussed his plans and other upcoming projects outside of the acting world:
Q. Sal, how has 2019 been treating you so far?
2019 has been a great year so far bringing all kinds of opportunities my way.
Q. What motivates you to want to act?
The thing that motivates me most in wanting to be an actor is the amazing stories you can tell and the amount of people you can inspire and move through film and tv.
Q. What’s your take on the current state of the film industry in the UK?
The UK film industry and UK creative industries have been on the rise and are delivering a substantial part of our annual earnings, not so sure how it will progress after Brexit.
Q. What can we expect from you this year?
As always from me you can expect hard work and persistence and trying to make the most of any opportunities that arise.