‘THE SPELL’ – FILM SCORE
Based on a true story, THE SPELL tells the story of Jenny, a young girl who finds herself unwanted by either of her separated parents during the formative years of her life and leaves home at the earliest opportunity. However, live-in boyfriend Rick’s associations with witchcraft and black magic soon take her down a path which leads to the most horrific experience of her young life.
THE SPELL was shot over 4 weeks in July 2008 and completed post-production in March 2009. In May 2009, THE SPELL was screened in the Marché du film in Cannes and subsequently secured a theatrical release in the UK through Vue Cinemas. THE SPELL was directed by Crystal Heart Award winning director, Owen Carey Jones and stars Rebecca Pitkin, Pietro Herrera, Amber Hodgkiss, Julia Curle and Laura O’Donoughue.
‘A MIND OF HER OWN’ – CAREY FILMS LTD
Feature film directed by Owen Carey Jones, starring Nicky Talacko, Amanda Rawnsley, Ashley Cook, Juliette Grasby and Peter Adams.
Crystal Heart Award, Heartland Film Festival, Indianapolis.
A lonely girl fishes from her apartment window and dreams of becoming a princess.
A short film by Joe Hepworth (Shot in the Dark Productions).
A film about the ups and downs of a struggling film maker, played by Rob Garfield. Writer/director: Monshur Alam. Executive producer: Peter Ellis (Chief Supt. Brownlow of ‘The Bill’) who also has a cameo role. Also starring Ashvin K Joshi (‘Triads, Yardies and Onion Bhajees’).
‘FISH-O-TRON’ – ANIMATED SHORT
Short animated film directed by Bruce Kuei, animator at Pixar Animation Studios (Ice Age: The Meltdown, Wall-E, Ratatouille, Your Friend The Rat, Up, Dug’s Special Mission).
‘LUCKY DOLLY’ – SHORT FILM
A short film made by Brian Barnes (Osmium Films) for the Nokia Shorts “15 Seconds of Frame” Competition 2004.
Shut indoors on a rainy day, two children achieve a moment of philosophical enlightenment, as only 8 year olds can…
‘OUT OF ORDER’ – SHORT FILM
A short film by Hugh Jordan and Joe Hepworth, starring Snorri Krist Jansson, Stacha Hicks and Steve Murphy.
“A toilet comedy without the toilet humour!”