From the Fears of the Mind to the Eyes of the Audience...
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Genre – Horror, Female Horror
Director – Megan Jones
Country – UK
Budget – £300k
Status of film – Script/Development
Eighteen-year-old KATE wants early release from prison, but it looks unlikely. For one thing, her PTSD has landed her in solitary. For another, all the other girls have a “play” for the parole board – lies to get them off - and the authorities are so stupid they’ll probably fall for it! It looks like adult prison for Kate.
But when the van carrying the girls goes off the road, Kate sees a glimmer of hope. There is something super- natural in Judgement Wood that sorts the worthy from the unworthy, and its test makes sense to Kate.
Surely, a supernatural judge will be way better than a human one? Surely, she can pass a test she approves of? She just needs to keep her head and survive her fellow murderers, who all want her dead.
Genre – Dark Comedy
Director – Ben S. Hyland
Country – UK (Wales)
Budget – £750k
Status of film – Development and Packaging
Key Cast – Craig Robers or Iwan Rheon + Alexandre Roach or Abbes Ekwy (Not attached)
In the close-knit village of Llancwnmawrphilly (twinned with Künt Germany), a struggling poet, Llywelyn Bundy, awkwardly muddles through his pathetic existence.
Lacking meaningful direction, Llywelyn deflects his troubles by proposing to his partner, Meredith, who unceremoniously breaks up with him.
Llywelyn’s elderly neighbour, Glenda, suddenly falls ill, and Llywelyn is forced to take charge of her unsettling dog, Dafydd. There’s something not quite right, he’s soon to discover that the mutt is a serial killer, and helpless Llywelyn is left to clear up the bodies!
At first, Llywelyn is appalled by the discovery, but as Dafydd starts knocking off people for disrespecting Llywelyn, they develop a toxic codependent relationship. Things are complicated further when the new girl in town, Nerys, becomes fascinated by Llywelyn. Captivated by his erratic and mysterious behaviour, his whole world becomes about Nerys and Dafydd.
As the bodies mount up, the net closes as local DI Pollard suspects Llywelyn of foul play. Can Llywelyn wrestle his morals, keep the girl and avoid detection?