Novelist, screenwriter, occasional actor, and software engineer based in London, UK. Love the film industry and enjoy being involved in any way I can.
The English Lesson
Film (short) by Paul Herbert (Comedy) Actor Set ten years in the future, Virgil, an English Language Steward (not teacher) works in a school which achieves 100 hundred per cent success rate. Dressed in a red hooded outfit which suggests his low rank, Virgil has been employed to assist the efficient auto-prof: a computerised English instructor. The machine unleashes utilitarian English classes pitched way below its students' levels in order to guarantee passes and maintain the school's reputation. Virgil becomes taken by a student, Marie, who somehow manages to stir him from the drudgery of his apathetic classroom role. He fails one of the student's test in his class and is ordered by his superiors to amend the score if he wishes to keep his position, taking into account the dwindling jobs market. He is bullied, harassed and intimated into complying with a system that is decayed, corrupted and abusive towards its employees. Written by Paul Herbert
The Finest Red
Film (short) by Adrian Tauss (Thriller) Actor Loïc, a novice French accountant, lives an ordinary life in London. Although he is making a living from a job he does not particularly enjoy, the young man appreciates the monotony and stability provided by his daily routine. This sense of balance however is quickly disrupted when his chronic insomnia compels him to seek advice and guidance from a shrink. Things take a turn for the worst when Loïc's flamboyant step-sister Elena suddenly reappears in his life. Loïc's darkest secrets start to resurface and in no time the young man is overpowered by his emotions. Feeling misunderstood and vulnerable, Loïc is prepared to do anything to regain control over his life.
What Are the Chances?
Film (short) by Lutz Geiger (Comedy) Actor, Producer A man meets someone at bar that he never expected he would.
Film (short) by Lutz Geiger (Horror) Actor
City Academy (London, UK)