Baobhan Sith has been nominated for the Claw Award at the Terror Film Festival.
Pilot episode of TV Series Doctresses written and has favourable reviews on the Blacklist. Premise: set in 1870’s Edinburgh, where there riots over women becoming doctors, a medical student becomes a forensic doctor’s assistant, only to discover that the “male” doctor is her mother. The two women help the police to solve crimes using early forensics.
Trailer shown at the Thistle International Film Festival on 12th Sept 2016.
Trailer now on Vimeo.Guest blog on Stage 32 on 21st May 2015. Janet De Vigne article including Baobhan Sith on BBC website on 22nd Feb 2015.
Graders screened at the Swedish International Film festival, 4th to 8th July 2016.
Graders is available on DVD via Striped Entertainment
Rearview Park at Science/Death exhibition 27th March 2014, FACT, Leeds,88 Wood Street Liverpool, L1 4DQ
Rearview Park screened at Edinburgh Short Film Festival on Sunday June 9th,2013, The Granary,Leith. Rearview Park is a short sci-fi starring Janet De Vigne, Callum Fairweather and Andy Nicholls. The crew were April-Wendy Hayes, Lindsay McGee,Keith Duncan,Jamie Wheeler,Michael MacLeod and myself. We also had the help of Alberto Massimo and the Edinburgh Chamber Orchestra.
MISSING THE POINT
Eve desperately wants a baby, Dave just wants a biscuit - but together they're 'Missing The Point' and about to realise their fertility plans need a drastic re-think. Starring Greg Drysdale and Lorraine McCann. This is April-Wendy Hayes directing debut. For more info visit Planetview Productions
Graders at Marché Du Film 2013, Cannes. Stand Lerins S6 via Striped Entertainment. 15.05.13 Graders on Go Into The Story. 16.05.13
Graders at Bootleg Film Festival,Edinburgh, 22nd March
Graders wins Best Feature at NEMFFEST
GRADERS US SCREENING
Graders has its US premiere at Gotham Screen International Film Festival,New York 25.09.12
Crossover; can a man find his lost love before the final upload? Short film created for the London SCi-fi short film festival Screening as part of the Hansel of Film Festival at The Hippodrome, Bo’ness Saturday 11 August The Filmhouse, Edinburgh Sunday 12 August Woodend Barn Arts Centre, Banchory Tuesday 14 August The car from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang delivered Crossover and the other shorts to the Filmhouse. See Mark Kermode's article . Also screening at the Deep Fried Film Festival in August.
DIGGING FOR LOVE
A geological love triangle. It screened on Tuesday 22nd May 2012 at the Cameo Cinema as part of the 48hr Project. Another Cameo screening on Thursday 31st May as part of the Edinburgh Short Film Festival. It had the honour to be chosen as one of the films representing five years of the 48hr film project.
Filming completed on short film Inhuman Resources.
Graders had its sell out premiere at the Inverness Film Festival, Thurs 10th Nov,2011.
"A Highland movie to be proud of" Highland News
Robot Lovers broadcast on Blackflag TV..