The Arrows Productions are a collective of staff at the Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media at Regent’s University London. Enabled through the university’s research fund we teamed up with Kathy in making this film project.
Kathy Lette Script Consultant
Kathy is a successful author and columnist who published her first book, the co-written Puberty Blues in 1979, since then she has written a further eleven novels and one guide to the mentally and emotionally weaker sex, Men: A User’s Guide. Her latest novel, CourtingTrouble, is about a mother and daughter legal team who decide to make a stand for women who been the victims of love rats, cads and bounders.
We are thrilled that Kathy has agreed to join us as a consultant for our first project, Kathy is working to help bring out the realism in both the dialogue and actions of the autistic lead character, Danny.
Trevor Gittings Director
Trevor has worked in the TV and film industry for over 40 years, a Royal Collage of Art masters graduate he ‘cut’ his teeth making promo and live films for bands like The Damned, The Ramones and Motorhead.
Trevor went on to work extensively as a 1st AD/Production Manager on a number of well known TV series including Fraggle Rock, The Bill, Band of Gold and Casualty as well as live studio, outside broadcast and independent films working with Stephen Frears, Jimmy McGovern and Alan Bleasdale.
Phil Hughes Writer
A screenwriter for film and television, Phil has worked with some of the major producers in the UK and has also developed projects in Hollywood. He has two produced feature films to his name, Thunder Pants and I Want Candy and a number of television credits.
Phil was a script reader at the European Script Fund and has mentored numerous projects across the EU.
Tristan Tull Producer
Tristan’s production background includes that includes television, film, community and corporate work including making films for HM Prisons.
For three years Tristan held the role of Skillset Screen Academy Associate, devising and project managing training in filmmaking. For the past seven years he has been closely involved in the running of a European Union film skills programme which mentors teams of scriptwriters, producers and directors in developing first features.