Fourteen writers. Fourteen actors. Fourteen tales of love, revenge, the obscure, the mundane and the profound. Tales of hope, tales of hopelessness…
Fourteen writers. Fourteen actors. Fourteen short films about the intricacies, curiosities and preoccupations of modern life. Tales of love, tales of revenge, tales of the obscure, the mundane and the profound. Tales of hope, tales of hopelessness…
As a collective, the Theatre Royal Bath Writers’ Group meet monthly at the theatre and this is their first joint screenwriting project; a beautiful and moving collection of short stories shot, produced and edited over the space of just two weeks by the extraordinary film-makers of Bristol’s Screenology.
The short films will be screened in one sitting and comprise:
It’s All Good by Brian Coyle
Mouthy by Clare Reddaway
Clown Boy by Debbie Beale
Defensive Wounds by Dom Rowe
Fake News by Elaine Miles
Just A Quick Call by Fran Landsman
Third Date by Hattie Taylor
Bench Press by John Reynolds
Cats by Matt Grinter
The Intern by Melanie Delargy
The Monster by Milo Morris
Scar Tissue by Nikki Lloyd
Touch & Go by Pippa Gladhill
Tits Up by Sarah Curwen
Áine De Siún, Alice Grace, Ben Wilson, Beth Collins, David Newman, Florence Espeut-Nickless, Jennie Harris, Jon Monie, Lisa Beattie, Olamiposi Ayorinde, Peter Clifford, Rosie Oates, Sean Mulkerrin, Suzanne Kendall
Nonbinary trans woman. I don’t write about the world as it is, but as it should be. My directing style is a tribute act to 1920s agitprop theatre. If you ask me to adapt a book be warned I will make all the characters lesbians or vampires.
Graduated Manchester polytechnic drama school 1989 and has earned all his living as an actor in theatre, radio and tv. Also a magician (close- up and stage) and magical advisor for theatre and tv (for Derren Brown and David Blaine).
My main passions are writing, directing and editing comedy sketches as I find laughter is the best medicine for the grim bits of life. I also love to make documentaries as well because I love learning about other people’s perspectives