Bill Hayes

Bill Hayes

Location Manager, Location Scout and Production Manager

London, England

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November 2015
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About Bill

Location Manager & Production Fixer with 20 years experience working on TVCs, Music Promos, features & Dcoumentaries.

Credits

  • Dartmoor Killing

    Dartmoor Killing (2015)
    Film by Peter Nicholson (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Location Manager A dark and atmospheric story of female friendship tested by deceit, betrayal and a terrifying past. Susan, outwardly confident and Becky, more fragile and shy, both in their late twenties, are inseparable friends. But both women have secrets they have not shared, some recent, some long past and deeply buried. When, on a weekend trip to Dartmoor, they encounter the charismatic Chris, they are led into a web of mind games, sexual deceit and betrayal. As Becky's traumatic involvement in Chris' own damaged past is revealed, a psychological journey swiftly becomes a fight for survival.

  • Our Girl

    Our Girl (2014)
    Television by BBC TV (Drama) Location Dailies The series follows Molly on her first deployment as a serving army medic against the backdrop of the British Army's withdrawal from Afghanistan.

  • 1 - Nenokkadine

    1 - Nenokkadine (2014)
    Film by Sukumar (Action, Mystery and Thriller) Location Manager Gautham (Mahesh Babu) is in search of the identity of his parents who were killed. He faces a psychological disorder which makes the search even more difficult. taking support of sameera(Kriti ) and figuring out ways to get to know what happened in the past makes the story. Written by D Lokesh Reddy

  • Big School

    Big School (2014)
    Television by BBC TV (Comedy) Unit Manager The series follows Keith Church (David Walliams), a socially naive chemistry teacher at the fictional Greybridge Secondary School, near Watford, North London, who falls for new French teacher Sarah Postern (Catherine Tate), who believes herself to be an inspirational teacher, in tune with youth culture and a beautiful woman. However she is also getting attention from arrogant and rude sports teacher Trevor Gunn (Philip Glenister). Other staff members include Ms Baron (Frances de la Tour) as the alcoholic 'no nonsense' headteacher, Mr Martin (Daniel Rigby), a music teacher with ambitions to be a singer-songwriter, Mr Barber (Steve Speirs), a geography teacher who is having a nervous breakdown and is employed as a caretaker in the second series and Mr Hubble (James Greene), the elderly and confused head of science. The pupils at the school are portrayed as being mainly interested in social networking, texting and partying and as being bored by the attempts of Mr Church and Miss Postern ...

  • Rubinrot

    Rubinrot (2013)
    Film by Felix Fuchssteiner (Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Romance and 1 More) Production manager Gwendolyn Shepherd is actually a very normal 16-year-old teen. What's annoying is that her family definitely has a tad too many secrets. They all have to do with the time-travel gene that is passed down in the family. Everyone is certain that Gwen's cousin Charlotte has the gene, and so everything is all Charlotte, all the time. Until the day Gwen, out of the clear blue sky, suddenly finds herself in London at the end of the 19th century. She knows right away that she, and not Charlotte, was born to be a time traveler - even if she could certainly do without it. Just as she could do without Charlotte's arrogant boyfriend Gideon de Villiers, with whom she now has to forge an alliance in order to clear up the biggest secret of her family history. One thing is clear: she will do everything possible to solve the ancient mysteries. What isn't clear is that one should not fall in love between the times. For that really makes things complicated! Written by Concorde Filmverleih / TM International

  • Talaash

    Talaash (2012)
    Film by Reema Kagti (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Production manager The film opens with a car driving by the sea drive, which all of a sudden, screeches to a halt and turns randomly, to break the sidewalk, and fall into the sea. Next day, enter Inspector Surjan Singh Sekhawat, who is the investigating officer. A simultaneous plot reveals that he and his wife are coping with some personal loss of losing their only child, Karan. They have moved to their new home in Mumbai, where, his wife, Roshni is finishing with the unpacking. The doorbell rings, and she find out that it is an elderly lady, who introduces herself as Franny. She asks for some tea, and while Roshni is away into the kitchen, she rummages through the yet unpacked boxes, and finds a family photograph, where she addresses the dead child by his name, and seems happy. Meanwhile, Surjan encounters a sex worker named Rosie, who can shed some light upon the entire mystery. Written by debasree

  • Desi Boyz

    Desi Boyz (2011)
    Film by Rohit Dhawan (Comedy and Drama) Location Manager Based in England, Nikhil Mathur is employed as an Investment Banker and has a idealist girlfriend in Radhika Awasthi. His friend, Jignesh Patel, works as a Security Guard in a mall and is the guardian of Veer, his late sister's son, and under close scrutiny of the Social Services Department. Global recession takes a toll on Nikhil - he not only loses his job but also his investments, while Jignesh gets fired for failing to prevent theft by a minor. Nikhil is unable to find employment and after Jignesh gets fired from yet another job, the duo end up working as male escorts with 'Desi Boyz' as Rocco and Hunter, and bring in enough income to keep them going. Radhika soon finds out and dumps Nikhil, while a Social Worker, Vikrant Mehra, takes custody of Veer and has him placed in a foster home. With their lives turned upside down, the duo blame each other and part company. Unable to even speak with Radhika, Nikhil is dismayed when he finds her in the company of a new boyfriend, Ajay Bapat... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

  • Ra.One

    Ra.One (2011)
    Film by Anubhav Sinha (Action and Sci-Fi) 2nd Unit Location Manager A video game developer's world spirals out of control when his shape-shifting indestructible virtual creation becomes all too real.

  • The Last Seven

    The Last Seven (2010)
    Film by Imran Naqvi (Thriller) Location Manager A feature length thriller/horror set in post-apocalyptic London starring Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Ronan Vibert, Sebastian Street, Daisy Head, Rita Ramnani and John Mawson. The film tells the story of a cataclysmic event that leaves only 7 remaining people on earth and their desperate struggle to understand the events as they are hunted one by one by a demonic power. Written by Ty Power

  • Housefull

    Housefull (2010)
    Film by Sajid Khan (Comedy) Location Manager Housefull is a romantic comedy entertainer which narrates the story of Aarush - the world's unluckiest man. Being jinxed, he believes his bad luck can vanish if he finds true love. In this quest for true love how one lie leads to another and how different people from different walks of life come together adding even more confusion to this hilarious comedy of errors resulting in total chaos and mayhem forms the crux of the story. The line which Deepika tells Akshay in the film "Jis jhooth se kissi ka ghar basta ho, voh jhooth jhooth nahin hota", pretty much sums up the essence of the film. Written by Danisrocky

  • Chikku Bukku

    Chikku Bukku (2010)
    Film by Manikandan (Romance) Production manager

  • Beyond the Pole

    Beyond the Pole (2009)
    Film by David L. Williams (Comedy and Drama) Location Manager A quirky, moving and very funny tale of two friends that set out on a heroic trip to the North Pole only to discover that before they can become heroes, they must first become men.

  • Jack Says

    Jack Says (2008)
    Film by Lee Warren (Crime and Drama) Location Manager The film opens with Jack tied to a chair in a warehouse, guarded by heavies. He seems to have evoked the wrath of the Guv'nor, who lectures him about 'losing respect'. A girl called Natalie is present, and is clearly not in the Guvnor's good books. As one of the heavies removes Jacks gag, the Guvnor points a gun at his head. The scene fades to black, followed by two gunshots. The scene opens in a lively Paris bar, where the Messenger pushes his way through the vibrant crowd and into the dressing room area out back. He walks in on Girl X as she is changing. He is here to deliver a message and some flowers from Garvey, making clear that she is not pleased with Girl X fraternizing with men in the bar. To really make a point, he leaves a packet with her, which she discovers contains a ring and some teeth. Jack awakens in a bathroom in London next to the corpse of the Guvnor. Having been hit around the head, Jack is suffering from amnesia and cannot remember who he is or how he or the body... Written by Paul Tanter

  • First, Love?

    First, Love? (2008)
    Film (short) by Eliza Schroeder (Comedy and Drama) Location Manager

  • In Your Dreams

    In Your Dreams (2008)
    Film by Gary Sinyor (Comedy, Fantasy and Romance) Location Manager Albert Ross was the most ambitious little boy in the world until an 11 year old girl broke his heart. Now he's grown up to be an embittered dentist, he's done nothing, gone nowhere AND he has a step-mother from hell. One day he suffers a mysterious accident - and suddenly finds that whatever he dreams comes true. Suddenly a whole new life opens up for him... Written by duncanpaveling@magnetfilms.co.uk

  • Oh Happy Day

    Oh Happy Day (2007)
    Film by Ian Poitier (Comedy and Romance) Location Manager Two guys battle through the consequences of having had a one-night stand just before they started working together, and learn that to make a relationship work, you have to reveal everything: even if it means getting naked in front of 100 people and a gospel choir singing 'Oh Happy Day'. Written by Ian Poitier

  • Rulers and Dealers

    Rulers and Dealers (2006)
    Film by Stephen Lloyd Jackson (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew An investment conglomerate want to develop London and make a deal with all the gangland heads to get out to the suburbs. But one of them is not playing ball. He's too busy working on a scam of his own.

  • In a Day

    In a Day (2006)
    Film by Evan Richards (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew On the same morning that a creep throws coffee on her at a bus stop. Ashley runs into Michael, a man she recognizes as a regular at the sandwich shop where she works. He offers to help - dry her off, cheer her up, and after hesitation, she agrees to join him for a cup of tea. He offers to take her to lunch, asks her advice about a gift for his sister, and so on through the day, finding ways to treat her royally. By mid-afternoon he confesses that someone wants her to have the best possible day. Who is it, and why? And, when he does tell her, how will she respond? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • Gone to the Dogs

    Gone to the Dogs (2006)
    Film (short) by Philip Barnard (Comedy and Fantasy) Production Manager When wayward Jack retires to the seaside with his wife Rose, he discovers that life isn't a one-way ticket. After a fatal heart attack he returns to earth as a stray dog and begins a bizarre journey of self-discovery where he learns what's important in this life and the next. Written by Philip Barnard

  • Animals

    Animals (2005)
    TV Movie by Neil Rawles (Documentary and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Call Register

    Call Register (2004)
    Film (short) by Ed Roe (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Kevin borrows his best friend Julian's mobile phone in order to call a girl named Amanda that he recently met. But when he dials, he realizes that the phone recognizes the number and already has Amanda's name with it, obviously meaning that Julian knows Amanda. Kevin makes a date with Amanda, but then learns that Julian actually dated and had sex with Amanda, which makes him feel very insecure about the date. The situation results in a number of phone calls with awkward and funny conversations between the three persons, bringing up mixed feelings between Amanda and Julian about their previous relationship. Written by TimeNTide

  • Two Stops to Bank

    Two Stops to Bank (2004)
    Film (short) by Fred Aidroos (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew 'Two Stops To Bank' is the tale of four commuters - strangers packed tightly together on a train journey home from work. A roller-coaster ride of suspense, suspicion, guilt and romance. Well not that much romance actually!

  • Monsters

    Monsters (2004)
    Film (short) by Robert Morgan (Horror) Miscellaneous Crew A young boy, from a wicked and largely disinterested family, begins to turn to animal cruelty for satisfaction.

  • Number One, Longing. Number Two, Regret

    Number One, Longing. Number Two, Regret (2004)
    Film by Neil Wassell (Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew

  • 9 Dead Gay Guys

    9 Dead Gay Guys (2002)
    Film by Lab Ky Mo (Comedy and Crime) Miscellaneous Crew The story of two lads from Belfast as they stumble their way through the London gay underworld in search of 'gainful employment'. This being the offering of sexual favors to older gay men in order to subsidize their respective giros. However, when one of the lads accidentally shags a punter to death, they are forced to look for 'work' elsewhere. It is then that they discover the myth of 'The Bread in the Bed' - a huge bed full of money. 'Nine Dead Gay Guys' is the result of the ensuing caper as the lads begin the search for the elusive bed. Written by Anonymous

  • Day of the Sirens

    Day of the Sirens (2002)
    Film by Ray Brady (Action and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew A serial killer goes out in a blaze of terror on a summer's day in London

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