Corruption weaves a web between a Belfast detective, an IRA snitch, and a UVF leader colluding with Britain.
Jamie has worked in the film industry for 10 years after graduating from Warwick University with a BA and MA in English Literature, Film and Creative Writing. He was Head of Development at Really Useful Films where he sourced and developed new...
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Jamie has worked in the film industry for 10 years after graduating from Warwick University with a BA and MA in English Literature, Film and Creative Writing. He was Head of Development at Really Useful Films where he sourced and developed new ideas and writers, as well as managing and script editing the development slate of around 8 to 10 projects. As a writer, his screenplay BOGLAND - a thriller set during the troubles in Northern Ireland - won the Grand Prize in the American Screenwriters Association / Gotham Writers' Workshop International Screenwriting Competition 2009 and Neda Armian (RACHEL GETTING MARRIED) is attached to produce. She is currently seeking finance and a UK co-producer. Jamie has also adapted Michael Morpurgo's best-selling children's book THE BUTTERFLY LION, working closely with Michael in the process. He recently won the BAFTA / Script Factory Moviescope Screenwriting Challenge and features in July/August 2011’s Moviescope magazine as “One To Watch”. He has agency representation on both sides of the Atlantic and is currently developing a portfolio of TV, theatre and film projects.
Reviews by jamieinlondon 4
A review of IRONMAIDENby jamieinlondon on 08/26/2011I've tried to construct my thoughts and responses as questions as I feel this is more helpful to the screenwriter than flat comments. I should say also that this is not the type of film I usually go to see. It doesn't mean that I can't enjoy films of this ilk, if they are cleverly crafted, fresh, and well-written. But please remember that I'm not necessarily your 'target audience'... read
A review of IPPY SKIPPYby jamieinlondon on 08/12/2011I've tried to phrase these comments as questions, as I think it's incredibly arrogant for another writer to tell you what to do. Nobody knows anything (thanks Mr Goldman) and if, having asked yourself these questions, you disagree, good for you! First some general ones. I really admire the premise, and believe me that's pretty rare. It feels fresh and almost entirely original... read