Original sci-fi, reacting to vicious drug policy, developed into a 110-page screenplay.
When the government targets junkies for genocide, a self-righteous policeman battles to save his drug using sister.
Original horror, indulging my love of zombies, developed into a 92-page screenplay.
A destitute slum dweller, sent to prison for killing a policeman, fights to escape a space station prison, and return to his family.
THE BENEVOLENT GANGSTER
Original thriller, developed from a single page outline, into a 90-page screenplay.
A retired hit man battles to finish a botched job, save his kidnapped colleague, and return to his reclusive life as a writer.
// PROGRAMME PROPOSALS
EXQUISITE CORPSES OF TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SIN
7 x 60-minute films, inspired by my interest in Dada art, exploring the seven sins of our time, including ecological collapse, wealth inequality, and political absolutism.
Seven filmmakers collaborate on a series of experimental “Exquisite Corpse” films taking us on a journey through the grey space between absolutes.
9 x 30-minute documentaries, driven by my desire to understand the art market.
Profiles of nine art galleries and their owners, exploring the role they play in finding, nurturing, and promoting artists.
10 x 30-minute documentaries, inspired by MIMS crate digger “Lexis” Charpentier.
Vinyl junkies are the archaeologist of the music world. What forgotten music will they unearth next?