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Name: Barbara Healy
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Producer, Production Manager and Unit Production Manager
Film by Adam Wimpenny (Horror and Thriller) Production manager Having recovered from a shattering emotional breakdown, college professor Ben Marshall relocates to the countryside with his wife and young son, hoping for a fresh start. He has a teaching job lined up and a new home to move into; things finally look to be going Ben's way. Until, that is, he starts to feel that something isn't quite right in the house. Finding himself plagued by spectral visions, Ben becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth behind a local mystery that appears to be putting the lives of his family in danger. Written by Michael Blyth - London Film Festival 2013
Film by Tez Palmer (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director An unspeakable nightmare begins when a group of travelers are lost in the remote hills of the Scottish Highlands, with no hope of rescue. Seeking refuge in a creepy lodge for a night puts all of their lives in danger. The horror surges as they find themselves relentlessly pursued by a force of evil beyond their imagination! Written by Anonymous
Television by Martha Howe-Douglas (Comedy) Production manager 33-year-old Debbie Maddox (Martha Howe-Douglas) is becoming increasingly bored with life as a suburban stay-at-home mum. Then one day an elf (voice of Mathew Baynton) appears from a portal in her cupboard insisting that she's the 'Chosen One' destined to save Yonderland, a magical land threatened by the evil Negatus (Simon Farnaby). Reluctantly, Debbie agrees to meet with the Elders of the realm... only to discover that they've lost the scroll that explains what the Chosen One is actually supposed to do. Yonderland, it turns out, is a very silly place indeed, and it will take all Debbie's resources to complete each week's quest in time to pick up the children from school.
A Cake for Mabel
Film (short) by Jane McGee (Comedy, Drama and Family) Producer A dead mother. A frisky old man. And the perfect Victoria sponge.
When the Lights Went Out
Film by Pat Holden (Horror) Production manager Yorkshire, 1974. Britain is in recession, the oil crisis and black outs loom large. The Maynard family move into their dream house, only to find a "presence" already living there. Len, Jenny and their daughter Sally must struggle to keep their already-fragile family together as they are attacked by poltergeists. Soon it becomes apparent that Sally is their main focus of attention. The house becomes a living nightmare. They must exorcise the evil spirits for them to survive. Written by Anonymous
The Tyrant's Cup
Film (short) by James Hammond (Comedy and Sport) Producer In The Tyrant's Cup we see six of the world's greatest tyrants competing for the Tyrant Of The Year Award. The Triple I - The Institute for International Ignominy - bring exclusive coverage of this momentous sporting contest. From the studio in their giant blimp, Rex Lexington and Tony Balls, the hottest names in sports commentary, take us through the sizzling and deadly action as our competitors negotiate their way past three obstacles: The Ballot Box, The Gauntlet Of The Three Citizens, and War, Or No War. Three communists, two democrats, and one fascist, but only one competition: The Tyrant's Cup... Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Michael Pearce (Drama) Production manager Mike picks up his teenage son on his birthday so they can spend a rare day together, but soon realizes that there is a lot they don't know about each other anymore.
Film (short) by Barbara Healy (Drama and Family) Director, Writer A story about grief, loss and isolation in the aftermath of a funeral.
Would Like to Meet
Film (short) by Trevor De Silva (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew