B Negative

B NEGATIVE

In development.  Going into production autumn 2017

Comedy feature - 90 minutes

 

WHERE THE RIVERS MEET

DIVIDED BY CULTURE, BRIDGED BY DESIRE

Raj, a young Indian man, lives on the east of the river where all the other ethnic workers live, crammed into narrow streets and old buildings.  After being given a job in his family’s company Raj must negotiate a massive land deal with Theo, the sadistic and ruthless leader of the Reynolds Corporation, the all powerful English company that controls the West of the river and many of the ethnic workers.  Raj must has been assigned to marry Ye, a young Chinese woman but falls for Theo’s niece, Selina.  This illegal relationship creates a series of ever more difficult challenges that puts Raj in conflict with all his friends and rivals. 

A Local Desperado

Short

(complete)

1855 was a difficult year for Charles. His wife, Rebecca has lost her job and their son; their home could be next. Desperate for a solution, Charles decides to break his promise to Rebecca. Putting a gang together, the planned robbery of a nearby stately home goes badly wrong when the police arrive. Determined not to go to jail he fights his way free and with the promise of a new life in America persuades his wife, and her brother, to join him as a fugitive. As they run things begin to unravel and the police start to close in. Charles tries to hold it together but Rebecca's health takes a turn for the worse, and America is a very long way away.


A Right Pickle 

Mocumentary

(complete)

Not all that is green is what it seems



AFTER A TIP OFF FROM A WORRIED CITIZEN, AN INEPT JOURNALIST INFILTRATES A GROUP OF MUSICAL ECO-WARRIORS WHO ARE OPERATING IN THE NORTH OF ENGLAND.

 Letter to Jeff

a 90 minute dark comedy / drama

 Where there's a will, there must be a way

(screenplay)



Dave (aka Jeff) is a 45 year old sculptor living on a narrowboat who cares for his wheelchair-bound partner, Paul.  To claim his cash inheritance, he has to transport his father's ashes, on the narrowboat, from West Yorkshire and sprinkle them in the River Humber in Hull.   Dave is coming to terms with feelings of guilt over the role his sexuality had in his parent's divorce. On the journey Dave is plagued by visions of his father, argues with his partner, is rejected by his son, and deals with the practical obstacles of transporting the ashes.  Dave has trouble convincing the solicitor he should have the inheritance.  In letters from his father he discovers the (supposed) truth about his parents divorce only to be told the real truth by his mother.   A heart-warming emotional journey of family acceptance.


Where the Rivers Meet

Drama /Thriller

(In Development)



DIVIDED BY CULTURE, BRIDGED BY DESIRE