Debbie May and James McCreadie







Between them, James and Debbie have written nearly 40 hours of serial drama, working on shows such as "RIVER CITY", "DOCTORS" and "FAIR CITY" and one off projects including Ben Wishaw's television debut "WORK". While they remain active in this field, it's their film work that has brought them mainstream attention.

Their first feature, "FAST ROMANCE", beat stiff competition to clinch the Cineworld Audience Award at the Scottish BAFTAS and the director's choice award at the Starlite Film Festival in Florida before being picked up by the LA based company Indie Rights. More recently, their gritty short, "CRIME", received the best micro budget film award at the 2017 Yellow Fever Film Festival, where it competed against projects from around the globe.

Never one to be restricted by genre, the husband and wife team also penned the big budget action flick, "INSODUS", which opened doors in Hollywood and London alike, as the script netted rave reviews across the board from big name companies such as Bad Robot, Scott Free, Matt Tolmach Productions and Heyday Films, to name but a few.

In early 2017, their second feature, "TRAIN SET", another romantic comedy but this time with the addition of a zombie, completed filming in the North of England, and is currently on the festival circuit. At the same time, they sold their third feature, the 'grey pound' comedy "NUMBERS UP", and this is slated to go into production in 2018.