I've just finished working with the amazing team at More Films on their recent short film "International Men's Day", written by Rob Thorman and Directed by Ella Jones. It has been an absolute pleasure working with the cast and crew and I cannot wait to see the results of everyone's hardwork. I played Jack in the film described as a fiercely attractive geezer who loves his mates. He’s got a solid job in PR, and a solid income – just no-one to share it with. Jack’s greatest fear is that his promiscuity will mean he’s never seen as boyfriend material – especially when all of his oldest and closest friends have settled down. He’s got a quick temper but a big heart.
So I've been pretty busy the past few months, writing the feature film version to Cannibals and Carpet Fitters and overseeing the post production phases of the short film (screenshot above). It's pretty much complete, I would say 99%, you know how you can carry on tweaking things until you go insane but I'm happy it's there. I'm currently looking into venues for our cast and crew screening so everyone can see all their hardwork paying off on the big screen. Myself and James Bushe (Director) have also started applying to various film festivals around the globe.
Also added an exclusive trailer to our facebook page which you can checkout at here.
For more information on the film and it's progress checkout www.cannibalsandcarpetfitters.co.uk
So back in September I performed at The Attic Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon once again with Tread The Boards Theatre. This time I played Eric Birling in one of my favourite plays, JB Priestley's, "An Inspector Calls". I've finally got round to adding a few photos which you can view below. Also you can take a look at the Review from the Stratford Herald.
"Director Andy Woolley has stripped his production to the bare minimum, giving the actors the opportunity to really discover their characters and shine." - Stratford Herald