Paranormal romantic comedy. Supported by the Wellcome Trust. PSYCHOPOMP was longlisted in the BAFTA / Rocliffe New Writing Forum, shortlisted in the Euroscript 2016 Screenwriting Competition and has reached the Quarter-Finals in the 2016 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards. PSYCHOPOMP has been given a rehearsed reading at RADA and is currently with Working Title. (Script)
Romantic action adventure about a kidnapped bridegroom. The script has been used by RADA in their character development workshops and will be given a rehearsed reading. (Script)
Comedy adventure based on the true story of the largest escape by German PoWs during WW2, which was the subject of my documentary (see below). (Treatment)
Sexual adventures, theft, murder and the birth of cinema. (Treatment)
Low budget thriller about the bizarre consequences of a fatal accident in a theme park. (Treatment)
Drama. Romantic comedy starring John Hurt and Phyllida Law.
Won Royal Television Society Award, UK 2010 – Best Short Film
Won Aspen Shortfest, USA 2011 – Audience Award
Won International Short Film Festival Dresden, Germany 2011 – Special Mention
Won British Independent Film Festival, UK 2011 – Best Director Award
Won British Independent Film Festival, UK 2011 – Best Actress Award
Won Rushes Soho Shorts Festival, UK 2011 – Best Short Film Award
Won Tri Media Film Festival, USA 2011 – Best International Film, Audience Award
Won Raindance Film Festival, UK 2011 – Best UK Short Film Award
Won Cornwall Film Festival, UK 2011 – Best International Short Film Award
Won Seattle Shorts Film Festival, USA 2011 – Best Actress Award
Nominated British Independent Film Awards, UK 2011 – Best British Short
Won Prague Short Film Festival, Czech Republic 2012 – Audience Award
Shortlisted Academy Award, USA 2012 – Live Action Short
Won Postira Film Festival, Croatia 2012 – Audience Award
Won Ojai Film Festival, USA 2012 – Best Narrative Short Award
Won Rouen Film Festival, France 2012 – Best Fiction Film Award
Drama. Comedy starring Kate Isitt.
Won Encounters Film Festival, UK 2008 – NFTS Special Mention Award
Won Prix de Court Pathe, Switzerland 2009 – Audience Award
Won CFF, USA 2009 – Special Jury Award For Best Comedy
Won Soul 4 Reel, USA 2010 – Audience Choice Award
Won Time Film Festival, Switzerland 2010 – Best Short Film Award
Won Bratislava International Film Festival, Slovakia 2010 – Best Short Film Award
Won Forster Film Festival, Australia 2013 – Originality Award
Drama. Re-boot of the popular children’s series, TRACY BEAKER.
- GOOD LUCK BOY
- VIVA CARMEN
- A DAY AT THE BEACH
- MOVING ON
Won BAFTA Children’s Award, UK 2010 – Best Drama
Nominated BAFTA Children’s Award, UK 2010 – Best Female Performer – Dani Harmer
Nominated BAFTA Children’s Award, UK 2010 – Best Writer
Nominated BAFTA Children’s Award, UK 2010 – Audience Award
Won Chicago International Film Festival, USA 2010 – Best Direction
Nominated Royal Television Society Award, UK 2010 – Best Children’s Drama
Nominated BANFF Television Awards, UK 2010 – Best Children’s Drama Award
Drama. A recommission. Hurrah.
- THE SCARE GAME
- OUT OF CONTROL
- SNAKE BITE
- CHAIN REACTION
Nominated BAFTA Children’s Award, UK 2011 – Audience Award
Won Royal Television Society Award, UK 2011 – Best Drama Production
Won Royal Television Society Programme Award, UK 2011 – Best Children’s Drama
Won Chicago International Film Festival, USA 2011 – Best Direction
Drama. Dani Harmer plays Tracy Beaker one last time.
- JUSTINE LITTLEWOOD RETURNS
- SUMMER HOLIDAY
Nominated BAFTA Children's Award, UK 2012 – Best Drama
Nominated BAFTA Children's Award, UK 2012 – Audience Award
- THE WORKHOUSE
- FRANCIS DRAKE
- ISAAC NEWTON
Love At First Sight (Excerpt)
What's 'Virgin' Mean?
Tracy Beaker Returns - Series 1
Tracy Beaker Returns - Series 1
Tracy Beaker Returns - Series 3 'Justine Littlewood Returns'
The National Trust (Excerpts)
Factual Entertainment. Oz Clarke and James May’s alcohol fuelled road trip bromance deepens in the last and most successful of the series. Audience 3.5 million.
Won Royal Television Society Award, UK 2009 – Best Factual Programme
Won TRIC Award, UK 2010 – Best TV Arts / Documentary Programme
Factual Entertainment. A haystack on a Thames Barge, with the irrepressible GRJ at the helm.
Won Maritime Foundation Media Award, UK 2012 – Certificate of Merit
Dramatised Adventure. The bravest man in television tackles the world’s deadliest snakes. Filmed on location in Borneo, Peru, Egypt, Sudan and South Africa.
- IN SEARCH OF THE MAN-EATING PYTHON
- THE THREE FATES
- THE SNAKE THAT KILLED CLEOPATRA
- MOST STRIKING MOMENTS
Dramatised Adventure. One last outing for the globetrotting snake hunter.
- AUSTRALIA’S LOST EDEN
Won Canadian Gemini Awards 2009 – Best Direction (Series)
Dramatised Adventure. Up close and personal with the hammerhead sharks of Cocos Island.
Oz & James Drink To Britain (Romanian Sat Nav Excerpt)
Documentary. Extraordinary stories of captivity and escape from German and Italian prison camps during WW2, told by the men who took part. Audience: 4 million.
- THE GREAT ESCAPE
- THE ROAD TO COLDITZ
Nominated BAFTA Television Award, UK 2001
Documentary. The life and death of the notorious WW1 fighter pilot, told by members of his family and descendants of those he shot down.
Documentary. Stories of love, loss and hope, and the tragic consequences of the ‘policy of secrecy’ that blighted the lives of many Barnardo’s Children. Audience: 7 million.
- THE LARGEST FAMILY IN THE WORLD
- A NEW MUM & DAD
Drama Documentary. Comedy. The largest escape by German PoWs during WW2.
Drama Documentary. The life, loves, and mysterious death of pioneer aviatrix Amy Johnson.
Documentary. The remarkable stories of nine Chelsea Pensioners who took part in battles that changed history. Made for Remembrance Day.
Documentary. Observational comedy documentary following Garden designer Stephen Woodham’s year-long preparation of a garden for the Chelsea Flower Show.
Documentary. The early life and loves of The Queen Mother.
Documentary. Heart-breaking stories of post-war emigration to Australia. Audience: 5.5 million.
Documentary. A behind-the-scenes look at the bizarre preparations for a Royal Wedding. Audience: 7 million.
Comedy Documentary. A biopic of Tyrannosaurus Rex. Lots of CGI.
Documentary. Effervescent former nurse, Roisin Isaacs, gives it all away in Dundee.
A Dinosaur In Hollwood (Excerpts)
Barnardo's Children (Excerpts)
Going To Chelsea (Excerpts)
Jason, Jim & Me (Excerpts)
Officers & Gentlemen (Excerpts)
The Red Baron (Excerpts)
The War Behind The Wire (Excerpts)
The Welsh Great Escape (Excerpts)