Screenplays (Alphabetical Order)
 

419  (Short)
Written by Leighton Evans & Simon Pearce; 19 pages.

 A Short film sees two female University students discovering themselves and the benefits of computer fraud before realising its cost.


5 Star (Feature)

Written by Leighton Evans, 117 pages.
A crime driven drama; A young ex-military man returns to Wales trained, and resolute in coming face to face with the King-Pin of crime that destroyed his future.


Asylum (Feature)
 Written by Leighton Evans, based on a story by Simon Pearce, 123 pages.
A psychological thriller; two POVA investigators track down a killer stalking the halls of a North Wales Mental Asylum, theories of Vampirism begin to sound sane amongst the world of the insane.


Deep Sleep (Feature)
Written by Leighton Evans and Simon Pearce, 112 pages.
A Sci-Fi thriller; the crew of a commercial transport craft suffer disappearances, disease and murder. Three stories telling the same tale through the obscurities of dreams.


Drug of Choice (Feature)

Filmed as 'Taking Care of Business'

Directed by Simon Pearce
Written by Leighton Evans and Simon Pearce, 97 pages.
A Black Comedy; About the craziest day in the life of two small time drug dealers, where a dead body sets off a domino effect that could mean big time in prison.


Gun Boy (Feature)
Written by Leighton Dean, 120 pages.
A Sci-Fi Thriller; Britain's last hope of peace is in the hands of two men entering a warzone in the hope of bringing back the self proclaimed leader of 'Free London'. They find an unlikely ally in Bo, a thirteen year old assassin who joins them in their quest.


Home (Short)
Written by Leighton Evans, 15 pages.
A twisted love story/thriller of a working class couple deciding on their future plans, unaware of their un-invited guest already sharing their home.


Muscle & Cockles (Television Pilot)
Written by Leighton Evans and Simon Pearce, 35 pages.
A Sci-Fi thriller; the crew of a commercial transport craft suffer disappearances, disease and murder. Three stories telling the same tale through the obscurities of dreams.


MILF (Short)
Written by Leighton Evans and Simon Pearce, 10 pages.
A comedy; Sue is an 18 year old boy virgin who live at home with his only surviving parent, his porn star mother.


QPIG (Television Pilot)
Written by Leighton Evans, 50 pages.
A supernatural thriller; A stranger stirs up strange memories in a group of friends, who have not only forgotten the stranger's identity but what happened to all of them ten years ago.

Save Our Souls (Feature)
Written by Leighton Evans, 120 pages.
A Sci-Fi Thriller, the commercial transport Jian Seng collides with an unidentified craft. While the crew battles to survive the damage, their S.O.S. may not have called a rescue vessel.


Unedited (Short)
Written by Leighton Evans, 15 pages.
A thriller in which a reporter finds himself alone with the truth behind the banks myth of credit and a choice on how to defend it.


Filmography (in chronological order)

Magic Sponge (2006)
Winner of the 2006, International Smoke & Mirrors 48HR film competition.
Written by Leighton Evans & Simon Pearce, 5 minutes.
A comedy directed by Si Worley, about a salesman punting his magic wares.
It was written, shot and edited within 48 hours.
 

 

Kill The Ostrich (2006)
 Written, Directed & Edited by Leighton Evans & Simon Pearce. 10 Minutes.
A short, contemporary horror film, set in present day Llanelli, Wales. When an armed robbery goes wrong, an ordinary citizen is given the change to administer justice.
Produced by Stray Dogs Film Productions.


Treasure Chip (2007)

 Directed by Si Worley; written by Si Worley and Leighton Evans & Simon Pearce. 10 Minutes.
A quirky comedy about a gambler, a croupier and a lot of buried money.


The Works (2007)
 Written, Directed and Edited by Simon Pearce, Leighton Evans & Ashley Nurse. 20 Minutes.
 Violent tales following two drug dealing, anarchist brothers on the hunt for their stolen stash; through the dark streets and seedy brothels of South Wales, the pair destroy anyone in their path.
 Produced by Stray Dogs Film Productions.


Lady Luck (2008)
Smoke & Mirrors 48HR Competition entry 2008.
Directed by Si Worley; written by Si Worley and Leighton Evans & Simon Pearce. 10 Minutes.
A quirky comedy about a gambler, a croupier and a lot of buried money.


Jackals (2009)
ThinkSync Competition entry 2009

 Directed Simon Pearce, Written and Edited by Leighton Evans & Simon Pearce. 10 Minutes.
Using the UK heroine trade as a metaphor for globalization by the way of the protagonist, Chas, a Jackal now turned on his own people; fighting fire with fire.

 Produced by Stray Dogs Film Productions.


A Love Story (2010)
 Written & Directed Ben Jones, Shot and Edited by Leighton Evans & Daniel Morgan. 3 Minutes.
A chance meeting at a coffee shop is the  beginnings of a beautiful relationship.
Produced by Wonder Boy Films.