Drama

My first two films were created while attending Brighton Screen and Film School. Since then I have created two more and my role has been mainly Producer and Director though I also do camera, sound, lighting and general dogs body. I also acted as camera assistant on the feature film High Water by Black Rock Films.

Nights Like These

Filmed during the 2020 COVID pandemic we chose a minimalist approach to reduce risks and allow greater control. We also felt it was important that the show must go on so we wanted to get something into production. Starring Angela Elise Munnoch and Jon E. Cassell Nights Like These is a Pinteresque descent into relationship hell.

Synopsis:
Jessica just wants to have fun. Terry just wants a quiet life. Opposites attract so they should make a perfect match but somehow they always end up in Nights Like These.

Alison

Starring Angela Elise Munnoch and featuring Claire Pontet-Piccolomini and Jon E. Cassell, Alison tells the story of a woman struggling to get her life back on track. Just as she thinks she’s making headway she gets knocked back and has to confront the past once again.

We finished shooting in December 2019 and completed post production in Spring 2020. Alison was screened as part of the Brighton Rocks Fim Festival in August 2020.

What Happened to Sam

Sam hates his job but he’s like millions of others; he works, he moans, he dreams and he drinks. Then one day, fortune looks kindly upon him and he gets, what might be, his one big chance; if he can only remember what the hell he did last night. It’s absurd, it’s frustrating but if he just keeps his cool and works the problem maybe he can turn his life around.

Filmed as part of the Brighton Film School Diploma 2019 course the film and starring Jon Cassell, Angela Munoch and Joe Heath What Happened To Sam was screened on Latest TV Brighton in November 2019.

High Water

Journalist Vince Sand returns to Brighton following death of his estranged son Jake. The official story just doesn’t add up, and his direct investigation gets him nowhere. Vince must play it smart as he steps into the world of drug dealing and homelessness in his attempt to uncover the truth about his Jake’s death. Over the next four nights he travels through the layer of society “beneath the floorboards”. Unwelcome and out of time, Vince uses all his journalistic cunning to settle the score.

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