I'm currently setting up my production business - Zanifare Films, at the moment I am in posy production on my first independent feature and about to release a web series of horror shorts called #zhorrorfest. I write, direct and produce all my own work, but am also very interested in and always open to directing/producer other people's scripts. A new venture is directing for the theatre, this project is in the planning stage.
A Fool$ Game
Film by Edward Sillence (Crime) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, Producer Nice guy Derrick arrives back in his home town and is sent a mobile phone, very soon he begins receiving text messages from a mysterious person, derrick plays along believing it to be an old friend playing a joke one him, but is it a joke? Or something more sinister? Kacy is an ice cold business woman, who works for a ruthless and thoroughly unpleasant boss who has strong ties to the criminal world, but she is both fed up of her life and sick of working for for such a vile man, this discontent has deep reaching consequences. Luiz has travelled from South America by boat to drop off a cocaine shipment for a very successful and dangerous organization, it should be a simple job, if everything goes to plan, unfortunately it doesn't. All three story lines are linked by one event, an event that has explosive and life changing results for all involved...... Time to play a fools game? Written by Edward Sillence
Film (short) by James Cotter (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department, Sound department Our story loiters on the re-acquaintance of old friends who happen upon one another after years apart. Alexander, who yearns for adventure and life, to explore and travel, but has been hurt by traumatic experiences and stunted in his growth, allowing himself to suffer in silence by dwelling on regrets and missed opportunities of the past. And Sarah, who is doing all these things and living her life the way Alexander would like to, offers hope and love: two things he has been sorely neglected of for some time. She unwittingly helps Alexander rediscover himself, but also reminds him of the things that hurt and scare him most. Written by Josh Merritt