'Sister Sense' TV Series Pilot

by Angelika Napierala in London, England, United Kingdom

'Sister Sense' TV Series Pilot


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Help us create a meaningful TV drama that portrays complex images of women representing the real diversity of big city life in Britain.

by Angelika Napierala in London, England, United Kingdom

This fundraiser aims to collect funds for the newest independent 4Deuce Films productions: 'Sister Sense'. 


When life throws you a curved ball, you can't be scared; you have to swing. 4 Women discover how much they can get through as long as they're there for each other.1632249013_sister_sense.png

About 'Sister Sense':

Sister Sense' is a 6-episode TV series following the story of Michelle, a very intelligent and organised woman whose life seems to fall apart when she loses her job, her husband and her daughter, all in one day. 

The story features ventures of Michelle's best friends: Kerry, Ola and Rebecca. 

Each of these; amazing, confident and  likeable ladies represent a different strength, all while sharing a Sister Sense of unity.

The show is a strong testimonial to female empowerment, however it does not glorify division between women and men. It rather highlights a strength in the union without trumping benefits of independence. 

The storyline and character choice are a great representation of busy career driven environment in London as well as the city's diverse nature.

About Director/Writer - Daniel Glenn-Barbour:

East London filmmaker with a heritage going all the way to Jamaica, St. Vincent and Antigua, Daniel is one of the most determined and driven people you will ever meet. His contagious motivation and hard work inspires an entire team behind 'Sister Sense'. In his work he tells the stories he knows honouring his environment, aspiring to positively influence the youth to make smarter choices and build a strong foundation in their lives. 

After graduating with first class honours in 2018 in film and broadcasting and feeling the pressure of finding a job, he gave up quickly on waiting for someone else to give him the green light on his progression. Since Daniel's international film festival in Antigua and many short films over the last 8 years, he decided to dedicate his life to helping his people.

In 2021, Daniel and his team completed his first feature film 'Yes-Man', that will be premiering at Genesis Cinema, Whitechapel, London on November 8th. 


The funds raised through this site will be used to complete the production and cover any costs associated with it, such as: locations and equipment hire, cast and crew costs, etc.

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