Francesca Fowler | Writer
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Writer

Writer

Winner Best Screenpl#692FEC Nominated Best ComedyOfficial Selection Porto Official Selection LSFF

WINNER – Best Screenwriter. UnderWire Film Festival 2012 – Pitfall.

NOMINATED – Best Comedy. Portobello Film Festival 2012 – 28 Years Later.

3RD ROUND QUALIFIER– British Feature Screenplay Competition 2010 – Blue Flashing Light.

PARTY PRINCESSES (2015)

Sitcom
Co-writer.
In development.

LIES AND CONFESSIONS (2015)

Three-Part Drama
Writer.

PRICE OF LOVE (2014)

Short Film
Co-writer.

STOLEN  (2014)

Short Film
Writer.
Produced.

MY HOUSE. MY RULES (2014)

Radio Drama (45 mins)
Writer.

FORGIVE OR REGRET (2014)

Radio Drama (45 mins)
Writer.

DO NOT DISTURB (2013)

Spec Screenplay (Feature Length)
Writer.

CLAUDIE (2012)

Spec Screenplay (Feature Length)
Writer.

THE INTERVENTION (2012)

Commissioned Screenplay (Feature Length)
Seven Hill Pictures/Reverteller Films
Co-writer.

PITFALL  (2012)

WINNER Best Scriptwriter at The Underwire Film Festival.

Selected for London Short Film Festival and Portobello Film Festival.

Short Film
Seven Hill Pictures/Actors Apparel
Writer/Producer.

BOOT CAMP  (2011)

Story and Synopsis for Screenplay (Feature Length)
Seven Hill Pictures/Different Planet
Co-Writer.

28 YEARS LATER (2011)

NOMINATED for Best Comedy at The Portobello Film Festival
Selected for London Short Film Festival.

Seven Hill Pictures.
Writer/Producer.

SCARLETT (2011)

Spec Screenplay (Short Film)
Writer.

ACTORS APPAREL (2010-2012)

Various concept scenes for Actors Apparel.
Freelance Writer/Producer.

BLUE FLASHING LIGHT  (2010)

Spec Screenplay (Feature Length)
3rd round of qualifiers of BFSC (British Feature Screenplay Competition)
Writer.

“The script was a page turner. I found the subject-matter fascinating. It's dark and difficult material to write about but you didn't flinch. I really loved the script and I think it's going to make a powerful film.” –
EuroScript - Script Report for CLAUDIE, Fenella Greenfield.
“This script told a unique and promiscuous story with taste and talent. The story itself felt complete and had a satisfying yet unpredictable ending. The creation and application of such realistic characters really drove the entire script and helped the reader visualize the scenes as they played out. Each character was unique and carried their own story line to the fullest of its potential. One of the reasons the story feels so real is that most of the characters are well-rounded and all show their weaknesses and faults, just as humans do. Their dynamic relationships, particularly that of Martin and Claudie, were very powerful, well written and not over killed with too much dialogue. The way in which their love scenes were described, though graphic, were also very loving and full of passion, which was essential in keeping the entire script from becoming sleazy. Overall, the major elements that are necessary for a script to be successful are present here and any additions to further drafts could only be an improvement.” –
Script report for CLAUDIE - BlueCat Analsyis. Reader #8011