THREE:  Advanced draft/development

Forgiveness  isn’t always the answer…

Independent Australian Erin, (24) rents a cheap house in London awaiting renovation, but when odd events trigger painful memories, she uneasily realises, they’re not all her own.

ERIN, (24) ignores it all at first, as it brings up memories of her twin Ethan’s tragic death. But as the frightening events escalate, so does her mistrust of ROSE (70’s) who watches her from across the road. Spooked Erin enlists the help of new work friend KAT,(24) and even drops her barriers to work client JAMES (28), who clearly wants so much more. They invite paranormal expert ED (33) and his high-tech Kirlian scanner into the house, but Erin mistrusts him on sight. However, when the scans point to Erin’s energy being the trigger, the ghosts of, ALFIE and WILL, manifest and take possession of Ed and James. A violent fight starts, threatening all their lives. The doors lock, but Kat escapes and runs to Rose. She discovers that Rose lived in the house in the 1950’s, until her mother and brother were killed by Rose’s Father Alfie, who also murdered her Mother’s lover Will. Since then, the ghosts replay the tragedy whenever there’s someone in the house with deep unresolved issues of their own, but this is the first-time full blown possession has happened…. But, is it Rose or Erin who must break this violent cycle, which now seems far, far darker.

MY GUARDIAN ANGEL: Feature and Series special released 2016/7


I  was commissioned by Writer/Director Mumtaz Yildirimlar, to co write his supernatural thriller project, ‘My Guardian Angel. ‘ A taut ghost story, with themes of abuse and autism, the project found a sales agent and was released in Summer 2016/2017.


What we fear is the only thing that will save us…. When 11 year old Hannah’s parents took her to a new school, they said it was to give her a new start. However, Hannah has autism, and although high functioning, is unable to speak. She also had a twin called Angel, but when she died, Hannah was forbidden to grieve by her abusive parents and even punished when she sought comfort from her sister’s things. So now Hannah lives locked inside a silent life of fearful despair. However, a knife keeps appearing under her pillow, and a voice inside her head, won’t leave her alone. Petrified, Hannah begins to think she may have an ally not of this world – Could it be Angel come from the ‘other side’, to seek justice for all the abuse she’s suffered?  Now, if Hannah overcome her fear just enough to let Angel in?