A young adult book series by Hayley Morgan.
Minister’s daughter Hosanna comes to question the goodness of God, escaping to the heathen land of Albion. When her actions unintentionally catalyse a long-drawn war, she finds herself standing in the middle of a battlefield, torn between her family and the boy she loves, a Dark Prince destined to destroy the Dominion.
Little Stars of Bethlehem
A ‘nit’-on-the-wall documentary following a group of small people with big personalities.
Narrated by Stephen Fry, directed by Amy Coop, produced with Sandra Gorel, and made with the support of Film Agency for Wales.
Selected for the Breakthrough Strand of London UK Film Focus, 2012.
Street Kids United
Co-Production; Executive Producer
A feature documentary directed by Tim Pritchard, produced by Mike Downey and Sam Taylor, Film and Music Entertainment.
Street Child World Cup is endorsed by Pele, David Beckham, Sir Alex Ferguson and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, amongst others.
Premiered during the Berlinale Film Festival, 2011 as part of the Generations strand.
A short film starring Karl Johnson, written and directed by Amy Coop, and winner of Directors UK/Arri ‘Challenge Alexa’ 2013.
Exploring themes of morality and regret, this is an evocative short about nostalgia, music halls and tap shoes.
Launching on the festival circuit, 2013.
Little Bit Country
A short film starring Tim McInnerny and Richard Southgate, written and directed by Amy Coop, co-written with Andrew Yerlett.
Celebrating pride and diversity, this is a short that asks: “Are you a little bit country?”
Proud to premiere at Translations: The Seattle Transgender Film Festival, 2013.
Love at First Sight
A short film starring John Hurt and Phyllida Law, directed by Michael Davies, produced by Sandra Gorel, Exec-ed by Beryl Vertue.
Best Short awards, 2011: Raindance, Rushes Soho Shorts, RTS. Short listed Best Short Oscar, 2012. Official selection at Aspen, Encounters, Chicago, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Palm Springs and Rotterdam.
Love you, Joseff Hughes
A short film directed by Dan Hartley, produced by Sandra Gorel, written by Cat.
NPA Best Short Film 2006, both Audience and Jury prizes. BAFTA Cymru nominated.
Official selection at Australian International Film Festival, Calgary, Palm Springs, Rhode Island and Sydney, amongst others.