Frank E. Flowers

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Frank E. Flowers is a Caymanian independent filmmaker, film director and screenwriter, writer and director of the award-winning 2003 short film Swallow and the 2004 feature motion picture Haven, the latter photographed on the island of Grand Cayman. Flowers is a graduate of the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television (now the USC School of Cinematic Arts).

Frank Ewen Flowers Jr. was born in August 1979 to Frank Sr. and Eve Flowers. He is the grandson of Cayman Islands businessman, Clarence Flowers, a man who rose to commercial wealth from very humble beginnings. Initially, Flowers' family wished for him to go into the family businesses of cement block making, bottled water, real estate and development. Flowers' younger sister, Dara, now understudies her father and two uncles in the gradual preparation to hand over the group of companies to the third generation of Flowers. Since the production of his feature film HAVEN, his family has been outspoken in their support of his career.

Frank E also co-wrote METRO MANILLA with director Sean Ellis. The film won an audience award at the Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for a BAFTA in 2014 after winning numerous British Independent Film Awards.

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Flowers Conducts School Workgroups *[1]