Nick Bain

Nick Bain

3Punk Productions
Screenwriter and Producer

Los Angeles, California

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About Nick

A creative professional with more than seven years in the Film/Media industries, Consultancy and research, I have built a career as an expert in script, story content development and producing. I have worked in many different international territories and have an intimate understanding of the creative process. My first Hollywood feature film (Associate Producer) The Man Who Knew Infinity was released in 2016.

Unique traits: Worked for UK police, taught in a prison for 3 years, university lecturer for 6 years. Worked all over the world.

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Credits

  • Sirena

    Sirena (2018)
    Film (Drama, Fantasy and Romance) Writer Haunted by guilt over her dad's death on a diving expedition, a 17-year-old girl travels with her mother to a forgotten Spanish fishing village to sell her father's holiday home. Not everything is as it seems. The village is governed by ancient, almost mythical laws and Callie is about to break them. Rescued from the sea by the mysterious Naji, Callie begins a romance that slowly restores her belief in life, but in doing so endangers the whole village. To love her, Naji will jeopardize the fragile balance between the land and the children of the sea. Written by Lookman (author)

  • The Boabab Boys

    The Boabab Boys (2016)
    Film (Short and Drama) Writer South Africa, 1987: A story about three young punks who dare to be different in apartheid South Africa. The Boabab tree is a symbol of South Africa. It is known as the upside down tree. Adam, Ben and Francois are teenagers whose roots too seem to grow in the wrong direction. They are wannabe punks in a rural South African town that has no time for extroverted expressions of identity. In their eyes, the system slaps them down at every turn, in the form of their discipline obsessed school, hard-line church and unforgiving family life in a town where the rules of religion, respect and race are harsh, and harshly enforced. The boys have a dream. It is a dream that has made its way across the ocean, sneaking into their sleepy town on imported magazines and crackling cassettes. A dream of music, of Punk Rock, rebellion and revolution. A dream born in a place called London. Written by Nick Bain

  • My Fare Lady

    My Fare Lady (2015)
    Film (Short and Drama) Producer Add a Plot »

  • The Man Who Knew Infinity

    The Man Who Knew Infinity (2015)
    Film (Biography and Drama) Producer In the 1910s, Srinivasa Ramanujan is a man of boundless intelligence that even the abject poverty of his home in Madras, India, cannot crush. Eventually, his stellar intelligence in mathematics and his boundless confidence in both attract the attention of the noted British mathematics professor, G.H. Hardy, who invites him to further develop his computations at Trinity College at Cambridge. Forced to leave his young wife, Janaki, behind, Ramanujan finds himself in a land where both his largely intuitive mathematical theories and his cultural values run headlong into both the stringent academic requirements of his school and mentor and the prejudiced realities of a Britain heading into World War One. Facing this with a family back home determined to keep him from his wife and his own declining health, Ramanujan joins with Hardy in a mutual struggle that would define Ramanujan as one of India's greatest modern scholars who broke more than one barrier in his worlds. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

  • Ziu

    Ziu (2013)
    Film (Short, Biography, Drama and War) Writer 'Ziu' tells the true story of Libya's quiet revolutionary-the unlikely hero of a free people to whom he first gave belief. Ziu was in many ways an ordinary man. A middle aged diabetic. A mid-level civil servant who had spent half a lifetime under Qaddafi, raising a family, going fishing with his friends. He was no extremist, yet on a quiet Sunday in February 2011, he took the family car, packed it with gas canisters and crashed it into the gates of the Katiba Military Headquarters - the key to Qaddafi's stranglehold on Benghazi and the South. Ziu gave up his life to blow open the compound gates, and the people of Libya did the rest, first in Benghazi, and in time, throughout the country. Written by Anonymous

  • The List

    The List (2013)
    Film (Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Written and directed by Palme D'Or nominee Klaus Huttmann, THE LIST is a universal and psychological thriller at the edge of our time. Christopher Cowin is in his mid 30s, a family man who owns a small advertising agency. A court case he had recently lost has shown him the rich and powerful always win! That is why Christopher creates the website THE LIST. On this site, users can label corrupt individuals in public life and award them points as to how much of a menace they are. The result is a list of politicians, CEOs and bankers. The website quickly becomes a worldwide success but suddenly, whoever is number one on THE LIST appears murdered and public opinion starts to turn against Christopher. Written by Anonymous

  • Lifetime

    Lifetime (2010)
    Video (Short, Drama and Music) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director In a dream Dan is brought by sea to a mysterious place. Though old, he has to carry a heavy cello. He must begin his journey. Beatrice waits for him. He hears her talk about time passing and she warns him not to succumb to disappointments; he echoes her words as he climbs steps towards her. He passes a man who could be him when younger then he passes others, younger each time. Is he going back to his beginning? Accompanied by Bach's beautiful music, Dan arrives at last and can lay down his burden. Written by Anonymous

  • Mr Lewis

    Mr Lewis (2009)
    Film (Short, Drama, Horror and Thriller) Actor From inside the walls of a small dark pit, drenched in the darkest of shadows, Mr Lewis will outwit the devil himself.

  • Trouble Sleeping

    Trouble Sleeping (2008)
    Film (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Trouble Sleeping tells the story of a Palestinian refugee, Ahmed, and his struggle to survive and remain a good man. He is about to be deported from the UK and be forced into a return to the Middle East which is fraught with danger. Halla knows a secret which can save him but he cost of revealing that secret will be terrible for her. Trouble Sleeping is based on the true stories of refugees in Scotland and has been made with their direct involvement in all aspects of the production. Written by Robert Rae

Awards

  • Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award (Nomination)
    (2007)

Education

  • University of Birmingham
    (2005-2007)

  • Edinburgh Napier University
    (2005-2007)

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