Can you handle your addictions? Or do they control you?
The Urge is much more deadly.
Dying for a cigarette. Don’t fight it.
Winner of 5 awards and 4 nominations.
Awards include Best Film (Kinoteka London Polish Film Festival) and Best Screenplay (Mountain Film Awards)
A cautionary tale for anyone who’s ever wondered how internet dating works, but was afraid to ask.
Played at dozens of festivals across the UK, Europe and the USA.
Sold to 2 US distributors.
Made for the National 24 Hour Film Challenge.
Who watches the watcher?
A tricky assignment from the files of Child Support Agency investigator Emma Lewis.
Made in 48 hours for the Agar House Film Challenge.
Johnny’s never made a decision in his life. This morning some friends are here to help him make the right choice.
Nominated for Best Short Film at the Houston Film Festival. Played as supporting short with “Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels” and “Pusher” in West End venues. Screened at a major SoHo venue in New York on a “Hot British Directors” night. Sold to a Web TV station.
The film stars Neil Edmond who went on to win the Perrier Award for Best Newcomer at the 2002 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his sketch show “The Consultants”. He then developed his show for BBC Radio Four.
Grief has a power greater than time.
Made in 48 hours for the Sci-Fi London Film Challenge
Short-changed by the Samaritans? Call Soul Control.
Supported “Silent Cry” in London’s West End.
A collection needs to be made. What could possibly go wrong?