SCREENPLAYS – SELECTED SCRIPTS
I have been writing screenplays, short or feature films, for many years now. It’s a testament to my stubborn nature more than my actual talent that I continue to write and produce my own stuff. But, I enjoy it very much and a wise person once said, you’ve got to have something to do and something to wish for.
I have written hundreds of short film scripts, outlines, treatments (isn’t that the same as outlines?) and many feature films too. So, more for posterity and possible future reference I have decided to include a select number of produced and unproduced short scripts here. They are produced, unless stated by my company, Fix Films Ltd.
SHORT FILM SCRIPTS – PRODUCED
GETTING BACK MR HUNT (2005)
My first produced screenplay involves a downtrodden employee getting revenge on his boss.
AFRAID OF THE LIGHT (2006)
Two career criminals meet in a twisted noir tale. Produced and directed by Jonathan Wolff.
Fast-paced romantic comedy finds two long-lost pals meeting after years apart. Written for and produced by Mountview Film Academy.
THE CHESS GAME (2012)
Twisty cat-and-mouse thriller finds lonely Viktor, challenged to a game of chess by a stranger.
CHANCE ENCOUNTER: A STAR TREK STORY (2016)
A gentle and heart warming science fiction love story, with all original characters, set within the Star Trek universe.
A contemporary ghost story which warns of the perils of flat-sharing, unscrupulous Estate Agents and haunting loneliness.
SHORT FILM SCRIPTS – UNPRODUCED
These are just a couple of scripts that are unproduced. I have many more completed screenplays, treatments and pitches.
MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS (2015)
Comedy concerning the bad habits of cinema-goers and the trouble it can lead to.
Tragic character drama finds two characters meeting on suicide spot at Beachy Head.
If by any chance you are interested in collaborating on any film productions and need a script writer, editor, reader or general creative person then do get in touch. Here are some examples of my short film work. My email address is: email@example.com