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Catch Me Daddy

Fortnight 2014, Feature film, 1h47


Laila, a girl on the run from her family is hiding out in West Yorkshire with her drifter boyfriend Aaron. When her brother arrives in town with a gang of thugs in tow, she is forced to flee for her life and faces her darkest night.


Daniel Wolfe

Daniel’s career began by working on the production of The Quiet American, before directing his short, 93 ’til Infinity. He signed to Partizan and directed promos for The Horrors, Róisín Murphy and Duffy. In 2010 he signed to Somesuch & Co, and created iconic music videos for Plan B, Chase & Status and The Shoes, starring Jake Gyllenhaall. He has also received a distinction in his MA in Screenwriting for Film & Television.

Anwar Hussain
Barry Nunney
Conor McCarron
Gary Lewis
Sameena Ahmed
Wasim Zakir

Daniel Wolfe, Matthew Wolfe

Robbie Ryan

Stevie Haywood, Andy Shelley, Stephen Griffiths

Dominic Leung, Tom Lindsay

Matthew Watson, Daniel Thomas Freeman

Set decoration
Sami Khan

Production :
Emu Films LLP
111A Wardour Street
W1F 0UJ Londre – Royaume-Uni
Tél : +44 20 7183 0925

Ventes / Foreign sales :
Altitude Film Sales,
34 Foubert’s Place
W1F 7PX Londres – Royaume-Uni
Tél : +44 207 478 7612

Presse / publicist
Charles McDonald
Tél : +44 7785 246 377

Dark Star
Jean-François Gaye
Tél : +33 1 42 24 08 47


Press release

Impressive feature debut / Variety
An ‘honour killing’ set on the West Yorkshire Moors / The Telegraph
John Ford on the Yorkshire moors / The Guardian
The film gives us surprising scenes and moods all along the way / Time Out
Les images délavées et ébouriffantes de Robbie Ryan / Liberation
Une histoire digne d’un western / Culturebox
Tendu et racé, relevé aux couleurs pop / Trois Couleurs
Sameena Jabeen Ahmed, 24, stars in Catch Me Daddy / The Independent
A smattering of tenderness / total film
Une énergie rageuse / cinema teaser
Dans la classe des grands du cinéma britannique / grand-ecart
Rencontre avec Daniel Wolfe / Technikart
Une saine respiration (…)  pour le cinéma anglais / Mediapart
Gritty social realism meets classic western elements in this poetically bleak chase thriller / The Hollywood Reporter