“A razor-sharp and ruthlessly pointed social horror story, exploring the toxic nexus of racism, police brutality, and social indifference, and the ways in which politeness and manners are so often a means of ignoring unwelcome reality, however closely they might be brought home.”

-Grimmfest 2020

Official Selection
Whistler Film Festival 2020

Western Canada Premiere

Official Selection
HollyShorts Film Festival 2020

★ Best Thriller ★

Official Selection
Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2020
Official Selection
Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival 2020
Official Selection
Yorkton Film Festival 2021

★ Golden Sheaf Award Short Subject - Fiction Nominee ★

Canadian Premiere
CaribbeanTales International Film Festival 2020

★ Impact Award Winner ★

Official Selection
ReelWorld Film Festival 2020

★ Standout Short Film Actor Award ★

Official Selection
Emerging Lens Cultural Film Festival

★ Best Short Film & Audience Choice Award ★

Official Selection

★ Short Narrative Silver Prize ★

Official Selection

Irish Premiere

Official Selection

★ Social Justice Award ★

Official Selection

★ Best Experimental Film ★

Official Selection
Official Selection

★ Honorable Mention ★

Official Selection

★ Best International AfroFuturism Short ★

Official Selection
Official Selection
Official Selection
Grimmfest 2020

European Premiere

Official Selection
Montreal Black Film Festival 2020

Quebec Premiere

Official Selection
San Diego Black Film Festival 2020

World Premiere

“...a true psychological thriller that makes a startling commentary on police brutality, forcing the viewer to conclude that if it can happen to him, it can also happen to me. This film is very powerful as Pierre’s conceit is the gateway to the best tool we have to fight against discrimination: empathy.”

- Aisha Evelyna, Progammer ReelWorld Film Festival


as Echo


as Carl


as Police Officer


as George


as Betty


as Melania

``An Uninvited Guest`` was born out of me witnessing a Black man murdered on the six o'clock news. As I watched the video replay on a seemingly endless loop, I could easily become numb to the horror and yet each time it played it was as fresh and real as if it had happened right in front of me. I knew I needed to do something more than just get angry. I needed to do something that would provoke people and that is when I began thinking of this film.”

-Richard B. Pierre, Director


We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.
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