As Executive Producer for the NFTS I’ve enjoyed working with companies including BBC Films, Vertigo Films and Artificial Eye to help select, develop and oversee production of student and graduate short and feature films.
Executive Producer for short film, rural thriller The Bind, written & directed by BAFTA winner Caroline Bartleet, starring Lorraine Ashbourne, Andrew Knott, David Schofield and Jamie Parker. Made with BBC Films.
Article about cast, crew and Industry screening of The Bind at BAFTA.
Executive Producer for short film currently in development, due to shoot Winter 2019. A contemporary drama exploring a night in the lives of Gus, Marcel and Jodie, three young siblings caught in the world of moped crime in London. Being made with BBC Films. Written by Eoin Doran and to be directed by Roland Kennedy and produced by Miranda Ballesteros.
Psychological horror, starring Aneurin Barnard, writer-director Ian Clark . Executive Producer, feature made with Vertigo Films.
“Highly effective, tense British Sci Fi-Horror and a perfect late night movie” – Forbidden Planet
In Our Name
British Independent Film Award winning drama, starring Joanne Froggat, writer-director Brian Welsh. Production Executive for NFTS, made with Artificial Eye.
“Stark social realism steeped in honesty and humanity.” – Total Film
Development Producer for Docu-drama exploring the mystical beliefs of the Iban tribe in the jungles of Borneo. Co writer-directors Adam Gutch and Chu-Li Shewring.
Ecocide – Voices from Paradise
Development Producer for Documentary reflecting on the impact of an oil spill on the community of a small island off the coast of Louisiana, director Juliet Brown. For NFTS Industry partner the Bertha Foundation.
Film4 FrightFest Short Cuts to Hell
Other NFTS student films I’ve had the pleasure of developing and Executive Producing include 6 x 3 minute horror movies for FrightFest’s ‘Short Cuts to Hell’ competition. One of which, a necromantic thriller directed by Weronika Tofilska, went on to win the national competition at FrightFest: