Monthly Archive: November 2015


THE WINDMILL The first images of the horror film ‘The Windmill’ have been released. Filming started mid October and is due to wrap at the end of November.  Check out the link at the end to have a look at the pics (horror warning!!) and read the article from here:-   Read more:  The Windmill The Windmill Jennifer is an Australian girl on the run from her past who washes up in Amsterdam. In a desperate attempt to stay one step ahead of the authorities, she joins a coach-load of tourists embarking on a tour of Holland’s world famous windmills.  When...


If you missed the start of Black Dog on BBC Radio 4 you can catch up here:-  Out of the blue, Clare’s husband goes missing leaving her alone with their seven year old son and a huge black dog to look after. Award-winning playwright Katie Hims‘ funny and moving play about family, loss and love, starring Claire Rushbrook.  Directed by Mary Peate. Greta Dudgeon, Adam Thomas Wright and Claire Rushbrook Black Dog by Katie Hims



After an exciting  festival season , The Shaman has just been released on YouTube.  In the dark year 2204, in a world that has seen 73 years of continuous war. A Shaman is sent on a mission to convert the soul of a giant battle colossus. You can view the film here:-    Director:      Marco Kalantari Writer:         Marco Kalantari     


BEST DRAMA – FOREIGN *Lady Luck (UK)) Director/Writer/Producer: Jo Lewis Breakneck films Winner – Best Fantasy Film – Sydney Indie Film Festival Winner – Best After Dark – Granada AfterGlow Mississippi Winner  – Gold REMI Award  – 48th Annual WorldFest Houston International Film Festival USA Winner – Women in Film Award  The Adirondack Mountains Film Festival NY USA Winner – Monaco International Film Festival –  Lady Luck – ’Best Newcomer’  Adam Thomas Wright. Winner –  Award of Excellence – Best of Shorts Competition CA USA Winner – Best Short Film –  London Film Awards


VOTING IS STILL OPEN FOR BAFTA KIDS It would be great if you voted for :- HARRIET’S ARMY with two nominations wartime children’s drama Harriet’s Army,  is nominated in both the Drama and Writer categories.


I have been in Amsterdam for a couple of weeks rehearsing and sorting out wardrobe etc: for ‘The Windmill Massacre’.  I had lots of time off and spent some time sightseeing.     I  went to see the street decorations for Halloween in Amsterdam. On Halloween night I went into Amsterdam to watch the parade and here is a link to the film I made. I had my 15th birthday whilst I have been away.  Me and mum went into a town called Tiel, where Spectre was showing, with  Nick Jongerius, Bart Beekman and Charlotte Beaumont. We had tapas...


I had some new pictures taken before I went to Holland.  I met up with Steve Lawton I am really pleased with them.  Thanks Steve.  


I am in Holland at the moment. I have been here for a few weeks and still have two weeks to go.  I am filming a new feature film called ‘The Windmill Massacre’.  It is based on an old Dutch folklore tale and promises to be one of the most scariest of films.  You know the sort where you say, ‘No…don’t go in the woods’. It is gruesome and will have you jumping in your seats.  A must for horror fans.