Shanie hosted a 60 minute live interview & audience Q & A for ‘The BFI Film festival’ 2019…
She was joined by producer Armani Simpson, Comedian & content creator Lola Jagun & film writer & director Adjani Salmon to discuss all things #WinningOnTheWeb.
Shanie Ryan features in the role of head mean girl ‘Tanya’ in this years funniest UK comedy feature film ‘The WeekEnd’.
The movie directed by Sheridan Myers and written by comedian Kojo will be released in cinemas nationwide on 2nd December 2016.
Shanie will be hosting and attending a screening at the East Dulwich Picture House on Sunday 11th December at 1.30pm and it’s already nearly sold out with just 8 tickets remaining!
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The Weekend is a British urban comedy starring Joivan Wade, Percelle Ascott and Dee Kaate (AKA Mandem on the Wall), and directed by Sheridan De Myers (Thinking Out Loud, Money and Grime).
Lifelong friends Derrick (Joivan), Malcolm (Percelle) and Tyler (Dee) accidentally come across £100,000. They embark on a hilarious spending spree, splashing the cash on expensive haircuts, new threads, a Range Rover and the party to end all parties: The Weekend to end all weekends. But the money belongs to a furious gangster, and he sets out to get it back…
Joivan Wade, Percelle Ascott and Dee Kaate started life in the hugely popular UK web series Mandem on the Wall. Taking their Mandem characters to TV in E4’s Youngers, they have since appeared all over UK TV, and now own the immensely popular The Wall of Comedy online community. Joivan is currently playing Jordan Johnson in the BBC’s Eastenders.
From famous prankster Ashley Inkz to comedian Arnold Jorge, TV personality Shanie Ryan and comedian Kojo (star of MTV 2’s Wild N Out), The Weekend is jam-packed with the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming and established talent.
Sheridan De Myers has built a reputation for producing and directing innovative films, TV, music videos and more. He’s worked with MTV and Puma, among others. The Weekend is his first feature film. The original story was conceived by Kojo, and the script was written by Davie Fairbanks and Marc Small.