At just 17 years of age, this young British actor has managed to land his first professional role in ‘Unseen Tears’, a film portraying the complex character of Connor. Directed by Jordan Hepworth, ‘Unseen Tears’ is a film that shows the struggles a young but loving couple face when they’re dealing with personal mental health problems and its affect on relationships. The film touches on a sensitive subject whilst showing audiences that nothing bad lasts forever.
The cast will also star Jacob Anderton known for TV drama ‘Dark Angel’ and Effy Willis who will be playing the character Rebecca. James Cartmell submitted an audition tape for ‘Unseen Tears’ and had his mind blown when he got the call telling him he had secured the part. After taking various acting classes and workshops last year, the rising star was signed by a London-based acting agency and began sending out audition tapes for on-screen roles.
I am excited to have James on board with us to make this film as great as it can be. This film will be his first professional screen credit, and it really shows in his dedication to the project as a whole. It really is a great pleasure to be able to have him on board. Jordan Hepworth (Director)
Commenting on his casting in ‘Unseen Tears,’ James Cartmell released a statement: “Kirkham Grammar School is where all my creativity started to reverberate. I first gained my interest in acting at the age of four when I used to produce my own theatrical productions which I’d then perform for family and close friends. I very much look forward to being involved in this project.”
Filming to commence: [April]
Scheduled release date: [TBA 2019]