We are collaborating with a US producer on a story about racial identity told through the eyes of a 12-year-old biracial girl. The film was shot in February 2019.
Over the last few months I’ve been privileged to be a judge for the upcoming Four Seasons Film Festival which is being held at Cadogan Hall in London on the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of February 2018. Here’s what Festival Director Cameron Hall has to say about the event.
“We are showcasing the full spectrum of human emotion and endeavour in a series of groundbreaking and inspiring feature films and documentaries that exemplify the moods of the annual seasons. With hundreds of submissions received from more than 40 countries world wide, our full festival programme is scheduled with nine feature films and over 60 short films to be screened over 3rd and 4th February. The festival line up also includes live music, art and photography from inspirational up and coming artists, all within the beautiful setting of the historic Cadogan Hall in Sloane Square, London.“
All I can say is that having watched all the selected films anyone who attends is in for a real treat. I hope to you see many of you there.
Tickets are available here.
#RehabMatters. Chris Jones and the incredible team at the London Screenwriters’ Festival have made a great charity film for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
It’s about the importance of rehabilitation following major trauma, and how your chances of recovery could be impacted by where you live. You can find out more in Chris’s blog here. It’s well worth a watch.
Director: Abner Pastoll
Screenwriter: Mark Heywood
@brunette_baby is 14. She’s just started her period and she wants to be Taylor Swift. She doesn’t have a boyfriend and so when she chats online with John she gets a thrill. Sadly John isn’t her type. He’s in his 50’s and trying to groom her. What he doesn’t know is that she’s an undercover detective.
This project is an exciting collaboration with mini productions