Projects Currently in Development:
Conquest – Writer
‘And I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come and see. And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer’. Revelation 6:12.
‘Conquest’ tells the story of Eadric the Wild’s rebellion and guerrilla warfare campaign against William The Conqueror’s brutal regime. Beginning at the Battle Of Hastings and the English defeat to the invading Normans, it follows Eadric’s rise to power as a guerrilla leader and freedom fighter who eventually raises the might of an Anglo-Welsh army to lead against William, Conquering king of England.
The Bone Road – Writer
When a small unit of British Soldiers are sent to man an Observation Point in a desolate Afghan mountain range, they believe the posting to be a routine duty. The team become plagued by sinister occurrences leading a number of them to become convinced that they are being haunted by a supernatural force.
When they find evidence that the outpost was the scene of a massacre of Russian troops by the Mujahideen, fear and paranoia begin to weigh heavily upon the unit. However it is not long until they begin to suspect that they are at the mercy of something far darker than Russian Ghosts – An ancient, eldritch deity that has preyed upon fear and terror for thousands of years, a walking shadow that allows nothing to escape ‘The Bone Road’.
Of Serpents And Woe – Writer
After a tragic pit collapse kills 66 men, a Stranger appears in the village of Blaenllechau. Schoolboy Evan Lloyd becomes convinced that the odd Mr Tan is the Devil himself with nothing but corruption, mischief and misery in mind.
‘Of Serpents And Woe’ is a dark fantasy film that deals with notions of tragedy, loss, religion and the innocence and magic of childhood. The film is set in the small South Walian Mining community of Blaenllechau during 1890. This is a time of Coal, Iron, Social Injustice, The Welsh Not and Chapel. Pre-Revival our small World is no less religious and deeply superstitious. The film fuses a number of ‘Bible Black’ Welsh myths and folktales to weave a story that veers from fantasy to bleak reality, blurring the lines of both.