It’s true, I haven’t posted here for donkeys. That’s ‘cos stuff has been happening.
But most of it has been happening behind the scenes. I wrote a bunch of scripts. I pitched a bunch of scripts. Some of them are now in development. I also got hired as a script consultant on a feature and a TV series. I got asked to write a bunch of pitches for my friends’ projects. And some nice people requested I join them in collaborating on several projects that will be a lot of fun if they go ahead.
Hopefully some of these projects will see the light of day. But because of the search for finance, it takes SO LONG for a film to made. And therefore sometimes it seems nothing is happening.
Something is happening, I promise. But if if tell you about it before it happens, I’ll jinx it. So instead, this is me casting a protection spell:
I’ll be attending the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival in Spain from 4th to 8th October, meeting with producers looking for genre screenwriters (horror, sci-fi, action, thriller). If you’re going, drop me a line and let’s see if we can link up.
IMMERSIVE COMBAT is out now on all popular VR platforms. A series of six short action/sci-fi Virtual Reality films produced by Spherica VR. I wrote Season One.“Welcome to Immersive Combat – where Vikings, pirates, knights and cyberpunks fight in a strange and mysterious cinematic VR universe. What links all these warriors from different periods and places? Follow the stories and characters of the award-winning series to find out.
Immersive Combat is a truly unique VR experience, where cinematic VR is the key component.
Everything here is made to deliver the most amazing experience, to teleport you to new realms and fantasy worlds, to kickstart your imagination by putting you into the virtual world that was not CG created but produced with full cinematic power and grandeur to the maximum extent of realism, and with such passion to detail that will make you feel and believe every step of this epic journey as if you are physically there.”
THE DRAGON RIDER is now a finalist in the We Screenplay International Competition.
Clearly the judges like scripts where a dragon loaded with missiles flies in formation with the USAF and headbutts an alien mothership.
I know I do.