SCREENPLAYS – OTHER COMMISSIONED WORK

PAUL LAIGHT – SCREENWRITER
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Paul is a diverse and experienced writer, having studied and written screenplays for over 20 years. He is confident in many genres: possessing an excellent ear for dialogue and good understanding of structure and characterisation.

In addition to the movies Paul has written for FIX FILMS, he has also had many screenplays commissioned by other clients.

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AFRAID OF THE LIGHT

BEST LAID PANS (2010)
Comedy. Jerry Orton’s intends a romantic proposal to his girlfriend, Ellie. But his best laid plans literally go down the pan with hilarious consequences.

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SHARKS (2010)
Black comedy. Benny fancies Robin like mad but is too shy to say. Could a ‘chance’ meeting with old friend Danny bring the two closer?

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DYING AND KILLING (2009)
Directed by Jonathan Wolff

Black Comedy. A struggling stand-up comic gains revenge on the heckler who destroyed his act.

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REAP (2009)

Supernatural Drama. A Reaper/Soul Collector must choose between love and her career.

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A GOOD CAUSE (2009)

Drama. A Charity ‘Mugger’ and City Businessmen – at odds with each other politically – find themselves sexually attracted to each other. But is there more to her than meets the eye?

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AFRAID OF THE LIGHT (2008)
Directed by Jonathan Wolff

Crime thriller. The friendship of two career criminals is put to the ultimate test following a robbery.

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THE CUT (2008)

Drama. During a power-cut, two lovers’ affair is threatened when her husband returns early from a business trip.

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THE DAMASCUS ROAD (2008)
Directed by Jonathan Wolff

Urban Drama. Two bickering car thieves find themselves at odds during a job.

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THE BLACK ROOM (2007)
Directed by Jonathan Wolff

Surreal black comedy. A ‘blocked’ writer, struggling with a deadline, rapidly descends into madness.

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