I am in Hong Kong to turn the unlikely rise of Barry Cox, from school drop out in Liverpool (UK) to Cantonese-singing pop sensation, into a movie. BBC Films is financing the new draft. Commercial director James Rouse is attached to direct. I am also producing with Emile Sherman, Iain Canning and Ellen Dux.
On the 10th anniversary of the cult classic, the story of how it began…(by Helen O’Hara) It was one of the most controversial films of 1999, a bitingly funny, pitch dark look at modern consumer culture and the difficulty this generation has in connected in any meaningful way. That, or an ultraviolet fascist fantasy, depending […]
Having just closed a first-look producing deal at Jeff Skoll’s Participant Productions, the company has brought me on to produce their adaptation of Pete FitzSimon’s biography of NANCY WAKE with William Brookfield (CLOSE YOUR EYES) writing.