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The Drowners is a film that underlines the powerful and unique intoxication of love…
AWARDED Most Promising Talent 2010 by BAFTA/BBC.
ADDED into the BFI National Archive.
NOMINATED Best Newcomer Rushes Soho Shorts
SCREENED at Cork International Film Festival 2009, ICA and BFI Southbank throughout 2009 and 2010.
“Temptation is a dark and harrowing vampire tale set within the beating heart of London. The East End has become the hunting ground for a breed of bloodthirsty female vampires (Reena Lalbihari – The Day of the Triffids, Laura Lagercrantz – Goal! III, Ellie Jeffreys – Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, Nowhere Boy) led by the mysterious Aurelie (Rachel Waters)…
“Probably pick of this little coven is Catherine Taylor’s Temptation, a female-skewing, London-set story of a ladette (Caroline Haines) saved from a rapist minicab driver by a glam, moody vampire (Rachel Waters). It has more lipgloss lesbian fang-flashers, but offers a reasonable blend of chills and charm”. (Kim Newman, Empire Magazine, January 2011)
VOTED Best British Horror 2010 by Gorezone Magazine.
SCREENED at Bram Stoker International Film Festival 2009, Gorezone International Film Festival 2009
DVD first pressing sold out in the USA and Germany.
92min HDlice in the Clouds
Variation of Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass. Alice is a little older, and her wonderland now involves naked chefs and surgical spiders…
SHORTLISTED Shooting People Film of the Month
SCREENED at the London Underground Film Festival, Short and Sweet, and Rockabaret (with live interactive performance by Christien le Roux)
6min 32sec Super 16mm
An elderly man kills his wife, and realises that without her he has nothing left to live for. Featuring real East End gangster “Mad” Frankie Fraser…
SHORTLISTED Film London New Pathways Film Fund.
SHORTLISTED BAFTA judged 14 Islands Film Competition.
4min 55sec HD
CURRENTLY IN POST PRODUCTION
A hermetic quest for a missing best friend takes David through a journey of mathematics and male toilets. Starring Nathan Dean Williams and Sarah Winter.
A short film about maternal devotion, cake and pathos. Written by and starring comedian Nathan Dean Williams.
“a bit League of Gentlemen by way of Alan Bennett” -Londonist
“… a glorious poetic rhythm to it, not dissimilar from Dylan Thomas’ Under Milkwood.” – Spoonfed