Dee William is a professional screenwriter, who recently converted a novel into a screenplay called "Hidden Destiny," which came in the top five in Hollywood Wind International Film Festival. His journey for telling stories began during his previous studies at East London University in 2009 studying Media Creative Writing enabling him to tell stories through a fictitious world. Over the years, not only has Dee William single-handedly written and screened his own work under his previous company Underground Productions. He has also collaborated with other professional writers and directors on various projects.
Dee William's earlier material, 'Whose Job, Is It?' A two-part drama series which he created and wrote had instant success on social media. It follows the character Tokumbo a graduate struggling to pay his university fees. Having worked a variety of jobs, Tokumbo turns to the only thing that might actually work... selling drugs. This has subsequently attracted thousands of online viewers and received 1.7 million views on Facebook for his first online series.
This led to his work on comedy short film 'Valerie' co-written with producer and director J. Filipe. Also, this led to his recent short film, Capture, which the genre is set on a sci-fi/thriller about a woman on the run after stealing the world's most advanced breakthrough in technology and medicine to save its inventor, who is her father. The film was produced by Andre Fyffe and Alex Igbanoi and filmed by award-winning cinematography Zoran Veljkovic.
Other writing credits include 'Horrible Truth' short film, 'Norman' short comedy drama, and 'Jenifas Diary' a Nigerian web series. He also has a documentary in early production which he was selected to direct abroad in Ghana. Having had seven and half years of experience and counting Dee William continues to be one of the few B.A.M.E (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic), writers who are proactive about his career. His extremely tenacious and highly committed attitude towards writing has consequently acquired Dee William to currently write a feature film for award-winning director/producer Andy Mundy - Castle which will be sent to various film festivals and potentially aired on Channel 4. Dee William is currently at The Royal Central Speech and Drama, studying MA Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media.
Film (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew A short documentary following the last 5 hours of a deprived 59 years old man Ahmed before he becomes homeless due to the late payments and bureaucracy by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Writer In today's world, human migration for economic reasons is constantly putting the lives of vulnerable people at risk. Many will risk their lives to escape poverty. The affluent world might criticize them. Nations may erect barriers or build walls, but the quest for survival is unstoppable.
Film (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A glimpse of creative struggle through the eyes of Veronica and her Violin.
Film (Sci-Fi) Writer A distressed woman is on the run after stealing the world's most advanced breakthrough in technology and medicine to save its inventor. Her careless attempt to control this technology accidentally puts the lives of others at risk.
Film (Drama) Actor Anastasia is trapped inside a desperate and terrifying mental hell. She is spiralling out of control into a deep depression, and as it consumes on itself she finds herself more and more alienated from her friends and her colleagues. To make matters even worse, her boss has begun to sexually harass her, cruelly taking advantage of her vulnerability. The only person she knows who still seems to treat her like a human being is her next-door neighbour Jaycee, who happens to be an armed, drug dealing gangster. Fantasy and reality begin to blur as Anastasia's depression become increasingly hallucinogenic until she is abruptly yanked of her own mind when two gangsters break into her flat. They are looking for her drug dealer neighbour and mistaking Anastasia for his girlfriend, threaten to kill her. In the ensuing chaos, Anastasia turns the tables on one of her attackers and shoots him dead. The next day, transformed and emboldened, she goes to confront her boss. Either she has found therapy through the power of violence, or she has descended further into insanity.
Film (Comedy and Romance) Writer
Film (Comedy and Fantasy) Writer
Film (Comedy and Romance) Writer Valentines is fast approaching and Valerie's boyfriend Matthew is determined to make it a night to remember. Valerie, on the other hand, doesn't seem to keen on it all until that day occurs. Tune in and find out what happens on Valerie.
Whose Job Is It?
Film (Comedy) Writer Tokumbo is a graduate, struggling to pay off his university fees. Having worked a variety of job, Tokumbo turns to the only thing that might actually work, selling drugs. Although, he isn't streetwise or doesn't understand the method of selling drugs Tokumbo tries to see this as another way in order to help pay his university fees.
The Royal Central Speech and Drama
University Of East London