Been making films for over 10 years now. Grew up watching Spielberg! Studied at Met Film School in Ealing Studios back in 2005 and have taught myself everything since. Made several short films, many of which have entered film festivals across the world. Currently crowdfunding a large-scale short film, promoting women in film and dealing with futility of war. Have written and directed all my own stuff and also participated on other people's films. Have also written feature films, some of which are ready to go.
Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Writer After a long and heated argument, Della's boyfriend attempts to kill her. In the middle of the attack, he seemingly changes his mind and backs off. As Della catches her breath and turns to confront him, she discovers something truly shocking ...
Film (Short and Drama) Writer Troubled schoolboy Aaron ambles through a park after being subjected to bullying from his fellow classmates. A quick respite on the park bench marks the beginning of an unlikely pick-me-up with an old woman who takes a seat next to him.
Film (Short and Drama) Writer A young woman goes clubbing with some friends, only to get raped as the night closes. Unprepared for the massive effect this has on her, she secludes herself away from friends and family, but desperately tries to find her own way in overcoming the psychological ordeal forced upon her and resume life in normal fashion... Written by Anonymous
Level Playing Field
Film (Short, Action, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Writer One man. One woman. Both mystified beyond belief over their apparent inability to escape the woods they both find themselves in. An invisible force field prevents them escaping and they realize they are unwittingly stuck in a video game. Forced back to a nearby field, they realize that their troubles have only just begun, and have no idea how to get back to reality... Written by Mark Owen
Where the Monsters Go
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Film (Short and Drama) Writer A paranoid encounter with an innocent member of the public ensures that Ewan's chain of thought is hardly with Gemma as he arrives in the park to meet her. Not long after their squabbles commence, an assailant approaches, threatening them with a bottle. The various subject matter in their prior conversation suddenly seems extremely trivial and insignificant next to the more serious dilemma they suddenly find themselves in. Ewan's priorities change and he realises that in a flash your life could be over. Cherishing every moment you have is a priority and therefore your loved ones are of paramount importance. Ewan realises this at the end, after they are relieved of their ordeal, and is lucky enough to escape with a second chance, a chance to remedy his relationship and love for Gemma. Written by Anonymous
When the Sun Ceased
Film (Short and Drama) Writer What if one morning the Sun never rose? Seen through Mel's eyes, the morning's events unfold in frightening fashion, as an unprecedented situation gets worse and worse. It isn't long before a national emergency is declared as the sudden chaos sweeps through households. There is no time for anybody to question what's happening... all thoughts dwell on survival ...