A whistleblower movie, currently in development with BACK TO FRONT FILMS.
EXTRACT FROM WE-SCREENPLAY COVERAGE ON INAPPROPRIATE PRACTICE:
"This is a very, very strong script and everything about it superbly written: the characters are real and have their own very unique voices, the descriptions and environments reflect real life, and the plot, itself, it all too real. RECOMMEND."
Pilot for returning TV series, shortlisted in the TriForce Creative Network TV Drama competition.
EXTRACTS FROM THE BLACK LIST COVERAGE ON TINDERBOX:
1. "This pilot is great at managing both larger plot issues that affect the Pembroke and the internal politics of the city and its major players. Pembroke is incredibly vivid. From Moy's farm to the Ferry Tavern, every location feels distinct and a part of the larger community. It's well done and lived in. The pilot also has extraordinary and strong female leads, in both Carys and Helena. Both are ambitious, caring, and incredibly fascinating in their goals and passions. They also act as anchors to the pilot at large and represent different classes in the community. It's a great pilot."
2. "The pilot introduces a concept inspired by real events surrounding the forced integration of a small Welsh community with a German panzer battalion invited to train on a nearby British army base. The ensemble is well-defined and seems likely to become a quirky, memorable cast bursting with surprising characters. Of the ensemble, HELENA stands out as particularly striking: not only is she imbued with a refreshing dynamism and independence, but she injects a layer of modern sensibility which helps audiences orient themselves in relation to the conventions of the time period."
Pilot for a TV series, shortlisted in the Red Planet TV Drama competition and RECOMMENDED by WeScreenplay with a score of 8.5/10 .
EXTRACT FROM WE-SCREENPLAY COVERAGE:
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the script. Not even an inch of this script is boring. There’s a constant escalation of action, and the writer manages to maintain the dramatic tension throughout. It is mighty brave of the writer to attempt a show of this nature for an hour long format; I would’ve suggested otherwise, perhaps a half an hour format or a sitcom. But this script justifies every minute spent. Without wanting to engage in meaningless flattery, I came across a comedy-drama of this quality after quite a while. This show not only has humorous and cathartic elements, but it also has a heart. And that’s what drew me in the first place. The theme of this show has a universal appeal. That said, any American network would jump at a show of this grade.