Name: Rebecca Tromans
Lives in: London, England
Film (Drama) Actress 'Forever Tomorrow' weaves a narrative out of the speeches given in AA meetings, the interrupted life of a party girl, a young couple who have lost their connection to one another, and the relationships Aaron, a rent boy, and his clients maintain. With alcoholism and life choices used as a backdrop, the film explores the various unwelcomed roads traveled by people as they attempt to redeem themselves from addiction. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short, Drama, Mystery, Romance and 1 More) Actress A widower has to come to terms with the sudden death of his wife. Riddled with guilt and regret he relives key moments of their life together.
Film (Short and Comedy) Actress Having made the fatal mistake of going out for 'one drink' the night before an important appointment, an incredibly hungover Helen awakes with no recollection of the previous nights drunken antics. Soon distracted by memories of her unruly behaviour, the hands of fate have a wicked surprise in store and a stark corporate meeting room provides the backdrop for a job interview Helen will never forget. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short, Drama and Family) Actress Jaye is struggling to come to terms with her sister's death. Overcome by loss, guilt and frustration over the lack of support from the police in bringing her sister's killer to justice, she ends up taking matters into her own hands.
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actress Four patients attend therapy and overstate their problems.
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Film (Short and Comedy) Actress Frank's a lonely middle age man, overweight and rough around the edges, an unkempt couch potato. His only ambition is to watch porn magazines and eat Pringles in front of the TV. One day, in a TV advert, he will see the promotion for a gadget which transforms burly guys into supermen in peak physical shape... Written by Rodrig Andrisan
Film (Short and Thriller) Actress A long time ago he left England, and his troubles, behind. Now Pete returns with a new life - but can he hold onto it? Will they let him? A revenge tale for the Twitter generation.
Film (Short, Drama, Mystery and Romance) Actress A woman leaves an answer phone message on a man's phone. The message is simple and clear. She is leaving him. The man races down the street to stop her. He feels a stitch and cramps up against a wall. How can he deliver his message of love? Possibly with the help of strangers? Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Sci-Fi) Actress A granddaughter trying to finish her grandfather's work. A shady employer. A rich tea biscuit. The answer lies within the red spectrum.
Ignore the Machine
Film (Short, Mystery and Sci-Fi) Actress Richard has become obsessed by a large machine in the corner of his sitting room. Ruth, his wife, thinks Richard should get a job. Who will be the first to mentally snap in this sci-fi kitchen sink drama?
Film (Short, Comedy, Horror and Mystery) Actress You would be forgiven for thinking that the shooting of Horror Bill was just like any other film shoot. Difficult actors, power mad Assistant directors, faulty equipment. But when the actors start to die in a series of unusual 'accidents' we discover there are more sinister things a foot here. Who is the Director? Why have only a select few ever met him? What's really killing off the cast? Are they really accidents? How come the special effects look so good on this low budget horror? Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Horror) Actress The film's story centers on an ancient malevolent spirit that has passed through the centuries in what was once a hanging tree.
In Love with Barbara
TV Movie (Drama) Actress In the 1970s we see the redoubtable and eccentric Barbara Cartland, prolific author of hundreds of romantic novels, being interviewed on television, where she expresses anti-feminist views. Despite being reminded that she was a working journalist in the 1920s, she clings to her view that what women really want is a romantic husband. Back home she bars women wearing trousers from her house, frustrates Ian, her son and literary agent, by announcing that she is to make an album of love songs and advises her friend, Louis Mountbatten, uncle of the queen, as to a healthy diet, with plenty of ginseng. As she dictates her latest book to a secretary, the action moves backwards and forwards between the 1970s and Barbara's young life. Her family was once very wealthy but fell upon hard times and Polly, Barbara's mother, always told her that she would marry a duke. However, she marries a drunk who is rough in bed and has a mistress, and she retreats into writing as an escape from him. Ultimately... Written by don @ minifie-1