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Your Ever Loving

In 1974, Paul Hill, Gerry Conlon, Carole Richardson and Paddy Armstrong, collectively known as the Guildford Four, were arrested and jailed in what was one of the greatest miscarriages of justice in the UK. 

This film project, with Lakeside Pictures, tells the story of Paul Hill's 15 years in prison for crimes he did not commit, using the letters he sent to his family.

Shiny Objects

Becky Hardy thinks she met the perfect man in Rollo Parkes .


What transpires is a controlling relationship that will threaten her career, her family and her sanity.

A feature film project about a poisonous and destructive relationship, set in modern Britain.

Fifteen, short film, Lakeside Pictures


Paul Hill was gaoled for 15 years for crimes he did not commit.  This is his story.  Directed by Sebastien Blanc, produced by David Marangoni and starring Stefan McCusker.  

"Graphic, painful to watch, but very well done.  A shocking story."  -  Chris Mullin,  former MP and human rights campaigner 


The story behind the film                                   


Official selection at festivals around the world including Taos Shortz Film Fest, New Mexico, 8 Firenze Film Corti International Festival, Florence, Dalmatia Film Festival, Croatia, Ontario International Film Festival, Lift Off Global Network Manchester Film Festival, Festival Angaelica, Duluth, MN, America  and Belfast Film Festival. Television premiere on ShortsTV in US

The Parting Glass, short, Biscuits for Breakfast productions

On the day of his funeral, two brothers make a nostalgic trip back to the London pub where their Irish father used to drink, with tragic results.  Short film, written by Martin McNamara, directed by Cillian O Donnachadha and produced by Sharon Sexton.


Nominad Bets International FilmOMINATED BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM 2019, Underground Cinema Film Awards, Ireland; SELECTED, LONELY SEAL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019, Boston, USA

Sworn Virgin, feature script, winner Tony Doyle/BBC Northern Ireland bursary
The Shy Russian, feature script, optioned Future Films USA
KRIM, TV screenplay, finalist, BBC Scriptroom 5 
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