Archive for category Original Screenplays
‘Cracked Eggs’ (view here) featuring Emmy-nominated ‘Mad Men’ actor, Jared Harris — who plays Ulysses S. Grant in Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ — was selected for the 2012 London Independent Film Festival and was screened at Shortwave on Saturday, April 14th.
Director — Eric Loren; Screenplay — Steve Jones; Editors — James Thomas (‘Borat,’ ‘Bruno,’) Charlie Fawcett.
Jared Harris (‘Mad Men’, ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ and ‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’) will follow up his leading role in ‘Cracked Eggs’ by playing the role of Mick in the feature length black comedy, ‘Charlie Don’t Surf’. The film will be helmed by Eric Loren. Eric and I have been collaborating on numerous film and theatre projects since 1995.
Screenplay: Steve Jones
Review by Chris Patmore in Film & Festivals magazine:
“Shot in that grimy urban style favoured by British filmmakers, CRACKED EGGS is described as a very black comedy, but it is just as much a drama with comedic and surreal moments. Jared Harris and Carol Starks are both excellent as the unhinged siblings Joe and Rosie, as is Jonathan McGuiness as Joe’s twitchy, paranoid friend…with the director managing to pack plenty of visual, dramatic and comedic twists into such a short space of time.”
Los Angeles based producer Michel Shane, who executive produced the film ‘Catch Me If You Can‘, has signed on to produce the romantic comedy ‘White Lies and Roses’ at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Director – Nadia Tass; Producer — Michel Shane; Writer — Steve Jones
Cracked Eggs, featuring Jared Harris (‘Benjamin Button’, ‘Mad Men’, ‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’), was shot on the Heygate Estate, South London on October 16th 2006. The short was officially selected by the Austin Film Festival, The L.A. Shorts Fest and The Boston Underground Film Festival.
View the completed short film on IMDB online.
Director — Eric Loren; Screenplay — Steve Jones; Executive Producers — Andy Isaac, Steve Jones.
Australian director Nadia Tass has come on board to direct the romantic comedy ‘White Lies and Roses’.
Director – Nadia Tass; Producer – Michel Shane; Writer – Steve Jones