What's the Difference? TV movie writer/director
MUSHROOMS feature writer/director
Unique traits: Aversion to completing irrelevant detail in forms.
WORD IS OUT Romance ⋄ Comedy Jacob is a likeably sleazy writer of pulp fiction. He models the female character (The Blonde) in his novel on his ideal woman. She is beautiful, sexy, sophisticated and streetwise - in the style of Lauren Bacall. Jacob's girlfriend, Franny, designs his male character (Bron) - he's everything she wants in a man. Rugged, masculine, irresistible - in the style of Humphrey Bogart. Via a freak accident, the two characters come to life - Bron and The Blonde step out of fantasyland into mundane reality. And wreck Jacob's and Franny's lives. What chance has a real warts-and-all relationship against the attractions of the perfect mate?
CYCLONE Family Stevie is fifteen years old and well on the way to becoming a hardened criminal; Dave is a cop, natural enemy of Stevie; Susie is Dave’s two-year-old daughter who is kidnapped during a cyclone. The last thing a teenage boy needs is a baby. But it falls to Stevie to save the baby – without knowing who she is and for totally unselfish motives – and thus to save Dave and his family from total disintegration.