1 Way Up: The Story of Peckham BMX in 3D
Documentary feature film
1 Way Up in 3D is the story of the Peckham BMX Club and two teens on the road to the BMX World Championships. They hope to escape one of the toughest gang neighborhoods in London with the only thing they have - a bike. Defying all odds, they race to the top of the BMX ranks and off the streets. The film challenges stereotypes of youth born into poverty and proves it's not about where you're from but where you're heading that defines one's character.
This screenplay was picked up by Amanda Foster who went on to both star in and direct the film which was screened at both Cannes and the Marbella International Film festival in 2012 and won the Best Newcomer Award at the Portobello Film Festival in 2013.
Seasoned assassin Chloe, nicknamed 'Killer heels' by the agency, is the right hand woman to the notorious London crime boss Big Ben. Chloe's world changes when she is ordered to kill Daniel Clarkson a former employee of Big Ben and also her lover. Chloe's love and loyalty must be put to the test.
The Girl and the Mask
I joined the writing team with Victor Perez and Carlo Liberatore after initially being brought on board as an editor.
The Girl and the Mask is a sci-fi film set in the near future. Currently in pre production with Masked Frame Pictures.
The Floating Man
Premiered at the Genesis cinema, London. Selected for screening and competition in the 15th Rainbow Film Festival in London.
The Bangladesh navy rescue a drifting trawler in the Bay of Bengal. The trawler contains 33 Rohingya people, all are dead except one. TV reporter, Farzana, doesn't waste any time in getting her interview with the lone survivor; a man named Abul Kashem. Through the interview, Kashem takes us on his journey of painful memories from his homeland in Burma, along a road of hearbreak, cruelty and despair to his illegal escape as he fled the past in hope of finding a more peaceful future