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From the writer and producer of Harry Brown, Two Graves is a dark modern day revenge neo noir, starring Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake), David Hayman (Taboo), Josh Herdman (Robin Hood), Katie Jarvis (Fish Tank), Danielle Harold (Eastenders), Cathy Tyson (Mona Lisa), Kedar William- Stirling, (Shank, Roots), Shantelle Rochester-Henry (ACE) and Neal Ward (Hound) and deals with themes of revenge, unspoken secrets and uncomfortable truths. Margaret Powers (Cathy Tyson), a middle aged, middle class doctor of pathology, seeks a path of vengeance when she captures and tortures the young man she believes murdered her son, but in a bid to extract a confession, that path to vengeance leads to tragedy and unearths deeply troubling truths. Helped by a twenty something recovering addict, who survives on her instincts and wits, Zoe (Katie Jarvis), was once a lover of Margaret’s son, now she is dogged by her former pimp, Teddy (Josh Herdman), a deceitful, manipulative and dangerous thug.
Status: Post Production
Post World War III England has become a religiously suppressive state. All forms of organized religion have been banned. The VMAT2 gene which the government have linked with religious fundamentalism, has been blocked through vaccinations as part of heightened security measures. The main side effect of these vaccinations mean that no one can dream.
The class divide is tangible and stark. Labour Estates where the lower class live are a far cry from the High Rises owned and inhabited by the super rich and powerful. Outside of all of this is the Waste Fields, home to the destitute and hopeless.
Hidden in the Labour Estates a small underground group of ‘believers’ exist. They are social misfits and outlaws hated not only by the high risers but by the entire society who see them as nothing more than scavenging rascals who cause mischief and terror in the capital.
The small Roman province of Britannia is surrounded by warring tribes, some friendly, and others openly hostile.
It is in one of these independent tribes that a king’s untimely death leads to a potential war which threatens to destabilise the whole province.
Euderyn is a natural born warrior and leader, a man who commands the respect of his men. However it is not Euderyn but his brother, Mordcar, who is next in line as king. At Mordcar’s crowning, a devastating omen appears. For Mordcar, this omen can only mean one thing; that he cannot trust those closest to him. Convinced his brother will betray him, he secretly pays Roman soldiers to take Euderyn away to the slave markets. He presents the rest of the tribe with a body, charred beyond all recognition, to prove that Euderyn has been murdered by one of the many tribal enemies that surround them.
Status: Early Prep
THE CAMBERWELL BEAUTY
Based on the true story of 3 generations of the Waller family. This story is told through the eyes of Anthony Wallers granddaughter and begins from the 1940’s right through to the 21st Century. When Anthony Waller fell out of a tree and lost the use of his legs he never thought he would become one of the first republicans to serve Black people drinks over the counter in 1950’s windrush London. This led to a different life for all of his blood line which produced riches, heart ache, laughter and death. Never before has this story been told.
Status: Early Prep