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Hell’s Bells will be showing on Friday 2 December 2016 at Exeter Phoenix as part of the Two Short Nights film festival. The film’s writer and director Luke Jeffery will be taking part in a Q&A session following the screening.
Luke Jeffery – Writer/Director
Luke is a Devon based writer and director.
He has previously written several plays, including Breathe With Me (Hall for Cornwall) and Sanctuary (Theatre Royal Plymouth), and in 2015 he co-created Granny Eyeball, a family show which received funding from Arts Council England.
In 2014 he wrote and directed Seeing Red, a short film set in the 1960s, which won the audience choice award at the Two Short Nights film festival.
His latest short film, Hell’s Bells, was produced as part of Creative England and the BFI NET.WORK’s iShorts scheme for emerging filmmakers and is currently being submitted to festivals.
Other experience includes working as a tour guide in a haunted cave, dressing up as a badger, and a brief appearance on ITV’s Poirot.
“A thing of beauty, ingenuity and complexity. Hypnotic and smooth as silk.”Ex-girlfriend
“Elitist, pretentious and utterly daft.”Tricia Slater, Twitter
“A rich blend of aromatic spices.”Carol, Twitter
Charlie Coldfield – Creative Development Officer
Charlie works freelance as an actor but also gets involved in the creative processes of Wandering Tiger, having co-written the script for Granny Eyeball (based on his own book) and co-produced Hell’s Bells with Luke and Jocelyn Chandler-Hawkins.
Other responsibilities include flattering Luke’s enormous ego and persuading Luke to write good parts for him. Next year Charlie will interfere with the writing of Wandering Tiger’s next theatre show whilst trying to get his book published.
He lives in Devon because he lost a bet and would like to know when it’s going to stop raining.