Film & TV Consultant and Digital Video Producer. Previously with Twentieth Century Fox, Beyond Films and Neon Group Media Production Services Agency. Now developing the FILM & TV Digital Platform - Popcorn Taxi Academy.
Name: Peter Taylor
Lives in: Sydney, Australia
Occupation: Distributor, Producer and Publisher
Film (short) by Dan Creighton (Animation and Horror) Producer "DOG" takes place in a world that is dead, ravaged by a war so ancient that the only movements are convulsive flickers of memory; flak bursts in the sky, trucks transport fresh soldiers to the front. But the artillery is unmanned, and the soldiers being transported to the front were skeletons long, long ago. The main characters are a dog, a critter, and an old man. There are two worlds in "DOG"; a sterile landscape of desert and ruined overpasses haunted by the memory of war, and a terrible sunless nether land haunted by singing fish...and other things. Both owe a debt to the landscape of Scotland's industrial belt. Whilst the relationships in "DOG" are intended to be ambiguous, the Dog's journey is motivated by the possibility of hope, and the narrative hangs around an unlikely friendship formed under unfortunate circumstances. Written by Dan Creighton
Pros and Ex-Cons
Film by Timothy Boyle (Action) Producer After completing their job, two ex-cons, are quickly informed that they have assassinated the wrong individual. With the stakes high they must quickly correct their mistake before covers are blown and innocent lives are lost.
Brigit & Benny: A Modern Faerietale
Film (short) by Sally McLean (Fantasy) Producer "Once upon a time, there was a city. A city like any other - full of people being busy." And so begins a tale of prejudice and fear, with a hint of redemption. Nicola is a child living in a perfect city, with perfectly proper people living their perfectly ordered lives, rich in material wealth and with a full and satisfied sense of their own superiority. But Nicola isn't like the others. She is a dreamer, a compassionate soul - a child. When the Strangers appear in the City's Park, living on the benches in their scruffy clothes with their dirty faces, the townsfolk are horrified. These savages, these creatures, so different to the townsfolk, must not be tolerated. The townsfolk resolve to remove them, but with every attempt, the Strangers return, every morning, to their places on the benches. So the townsfolk, not knowing what else to do, ignore them. Uniformly, across the board, they pay them no mind and pretend they're not there. Except for Nicola. Walking in the park one day, she ... Written by Sally McLean