In his latest project, “Tales From the Jungle,” actor Jordan Panez has directed his first feature film, which he has described as a “mystery thriller” about the life of a young boy who discovers the meaning of life and the importance of believing in yourself.
In a short clip released online on Wednesday, Paneze tells the audience he hopes to tell a story that can inspire a sense of wonder and wonderment.
The story is about a young man who meets a mysterious stranger in a jungle.
“The first thing that I did was, I started looking for a name for the character,” Paneez said in the clip.
“I thought about the name of my father, a guy named Pancho who was the first American to reach the island of Borneo and find a way to escape the slave trade, and I thought about how that was my name and how that’s what it was about.”
Panezes mother, a Haitian woman, was born in Paris, France.
I was born on Borneos [in] the jungle, on the island that we all know, the island where I’m from. “
And that’s where my name came from.
“There are so many things that I love about that story. “
I think I’ll continue to write about it.” “
There are so many things that I love about that story.
I think I’ll continue to write about it.”
Piles up a number of awards for his film including the National Film Board of Canada’s Lifetime Achievement Award and the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Feature Film.
“Tale from the Sea” is scheduled to hit theaters on May 17, 2018.
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