East Meets West (dir: Agustí Villaronga). Historical drama shooting in San Francisco, London, Dubai and Riyadh. Produced by Andres Vicente Gomez and Stuart Sutherland.
Born A King (dir: Agustí Villaronga). $20 million historical drama set in Arabia and the UK in 1919. Starring Ed Skrein, Hermione Corfield, Kenneth Cranham, Laurence Fox, James Fleet, Sam Adewunmi, Celyn Jones, Abdullah Ali. Produced by Andres Vicente Gomez and Stuart Sutherland.
Slaughterhouse Rulez (dir: Crispian Mills). Comedy-horror co-written with Crispian Mills. Starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Michael Sheen, Finn Cole, Asa Butterfield, Hermione Corfield. Producers are Catalyst Global Media, Sony Pictures International, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. UK release: October 31 2018.
Holiday Friends. Comedy co-written with Crispian Mills, commissioned by Rhamsa Productions.
Tears For Rent. Twisted romantic comedy commissioned by Lola Films. Oliver Parker directing.
A Million Miles. Writer and executive producer. Commissioned by Sir David Frost for Paradine Productions based on the remarkable true story of Sammy Gitau. Wilfred Frost producing.
Sammy Iregi Gitau and Henry Fitzherbert, Mathare, Nairobi, 2009. Sammy’s life story is the subject of A MILLION MILES
Changing The Guard. Original screenplay based on true events commissioned by Renaissance Films.
The Dream Life of Rachel Waring. In development for television based on the book Wish Her Safe At Home by Stephen Benatar.
Jelly Baby. Comedy co-written with Crispian Mills.
Chasing Charlie. Comedy co-written with Tim Harris (Trading Places, Twins).
Secret Mum. Romantic comedy bought by Sir Elton John and David Furnish’s Rocket Pictures in conjunction with Lionsgate UK and the UK Film Council.
Out Of Office. Romantic comedy optioned by Jolyon Symonds Productions.
Recovery. Adaptation of the novel by Stephen Benatar. Optioned by SweetChild Films.