We’re working with a very interesting list of writers, some new talent and some more established ones and are continuing to developing this sector of our business.
Fergus O’Connell is one of Ireland’s foremost writers and his first novel Call the Swallow (Collins Press) was described by The Irish Times as ‘better than Schlindler’s List, and was shortlisted for the 2002 Irish Fiction prize and nominated for The Sunday Independent Novel of the year. He’s recently completed a screenplay based on his […]
Nicholas Harding’s’ latest feature is Folie à Deux directed by Sean Martin for 891 Filmhouse, which premiered in 2014 at the Maine International Film Festival. Credits also include Notebooks of Cornelius Crow, which was screened at several international film festivals including Cannes. He created the story for the Hollywood film The Brazen Bull which was […]
Mark is currently developing a number of new projects including a mini series set in 1925 Venice, Palazzo Rezzonico; a documentary series, À La Carte about the world’s best restaurants, chefs and restaurateurs; The Lightning Field, a series about art, crime and politics, a comedy series Wired about the record business, and Banditry & How to […]
Scots writer Paul Murdoch has adapted his latest book Old Bloke Goes Running into a 6 x 30 mins tv sit-com. The book was published 2019 – the Sun called it “a hilarious read” and it has received excellent reviews across the board. Here’s a link to a piece in The Scotsman https://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/formerly-unfit-scottish-old-bloke-becomes-unlikely-guru-fitness-guide-1409417. Paul’s 2018 novel ‘Sunny” about […]
Nick Oldham has written 29 crime novels including 24 in the highly addictive and compelling Henry Christie police procedural crime series which he’s now developing into a tv series starting with Nightmare City. The first Henry Christie novel appeared in 1996 while Nick was still a serving police officer in the Lancashire Constabulary, to be […]
Roger Price spent over 30 years in the Lancashire Police Force, the Regional Crime Squad and the National Crime Squad before leaving to concentrate fulltime on writing crime novels. He retired with the rank of Detective Inspector in charge of a covert unit in Lancashire concentrating on breaking up the gangs selling heroin, crack cocaine […]
Director and writer Simon Blake’s first feature Still starring Aidan Gillen, Jon Slinger, Elodie Yung and Amanda Mealing opened in the UK in 2015 at The Regent Street Cinema London and in Ireland at The Irish Film Institute. It won Best First International Feature at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2014 and Simon also won […]