Jo Southwell - That Film Festival

JO SOUTHWELL is one of 7 finalists in That Film Festival, The winner will be announced at the Berlinale and will receive up to £1 million toward their first feature.

Olivia Waring - Nocturnal

OLIVIA WARING's film NOCTURNAL starring Lauren Coe, Cosmo Jarvis and Sadie Frost in now in post-production.

Jo Southwell - London Screenwriters festival

JO SOUTHWELL has been asked to attend the London Screenwriters festival as a director on Sunday 9th September.

Ellie Jones - "ART" tour

ELLIE JONES is the director of the current tour of ART starring Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson.

James McCreadie and Debbie May - Train Set

James McCreadie and Debbie May's film "TRAIN SET" has recently received 3 nominations:

  • Best Comedy and Best Original Screenplay for the International Film Festival to be held in London on the 17th of February
  • Best Original Feature Film Screenplay at the Amsterdam International Film Festival.

Stasi Schaeffer - "Butterfly Kiss" and "Face Morag and Face Isabel"

STASI SCHAEFFER is having a busy August. She opens BUTTERFLY KISS by Dave Anderson at the Oran Mor on the 24th of August where it plays through the 3rd of September. She then travels to Mull where she opens FACE MORAG AND FACE ISABEL by Peter Arnott on the 27th of August and she also begins rehearsing a piece she has been devising for the Scottish Ensemble to accompany some of their quintet concerts.

New Client - Olivia Waring

I am delighted to welcome Olivia Waring as a new client. Olivia is a screenwriter.

Jo Southwell - Review of 'Deirdre'

' Ireland is the perfect backdrop to tell the story of the doomed lovers. 'DEIRDRE' beautifully captures the innocence of adolescent romance. The film is a thrilling coming-of-age story that is shrouded in mystery. It has been a while since there was a teenage horror story that causes curiosity. If this short creates intrigue then I am curious to see what the director can accomplish in a feature film. 'DEIRDRE' has romance, horror, and supernatural elements that work flawlessly together to bring the folklore to life.' Review by