Fiona Howe: Filmography

Producing

Delirium 100′ feature film.  Starring Clare Grogan, Timothy West, Mamta Kaash, Alisa Liubarskaya and Gareth Jones. An atheist composer struggles to deliver a Requiem, inspired and compromised by the arrival of a young musician carrying secrets from his colourful past.  Just completed.  (Producer/Composer)

Delight 101′ feature film. Starring Jeanne Balibar, Gavin Fowler and Tim Dutton. Ghosts, secrets, lies and love in a contemporary mid-Wales setting. Second film in a trilogy. Opening feature at Moscow International Film Festival 2013 – Nominated, Golden St. George.  UK Première Cambridge Film Festival.  UK theatrical release 2014-15.  (Producer/Composer)

Desire 97′ feature film. Psychodrama exploring the relationship between sex and creativity starring Oscar Pearce and Tella Kpomahou. UK theatrical release March-April 2011. DVD release May 2012. Official selection Sarajevo Film Festival 2009, Cambridge Film Festival 2009, Raindance Film Festival 2009 – Nominated, Best UK Feature, Amiens International Film Festival 2009, FEST-Belgrade 2010, Pan-African Film Festival, Cannes 2010, Wales One World (WOW) Festival 2011, Borderlines Film Festival 2011. (Producer/Composer)

Shakespeare in Venice Fantasy adventure set during young Will’s mysterious lost years in the late 1580s. Creative concept – Alessandro Bettero; producer – Robi Colangelo, VIP Mediacom; co-producers- Pat Ferns, Ferns Productions, Fiona Howe, Scenario Films. (UK Co-Producer)

Soho 90′ feature film. Musical love story set on the London streets, director Gareth Jones. (Producer/Screenwriter)

Film and Television Writing

Soho 90′ feature film. Musical love story set on the London streets.

Saphire Waters fantasy TV series co-written with Gareth Jones.

A Taste Of Paradise 100’ feature adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s novel The Garden Of Eden, co-written with Gareth Jones.

Not Without You/Nicht Ohne Dich (1 x 90’ ZDF) film drama co-written with Gareth Jones about marital violence set in smart Hamburg. Director Diethard Klante. Produced by Telefilm Saar, first broadcast 2001.

Triple Magic feature film treatment about a female jockey for Deutsche Columbia Tristar, 1998.

The Gift of Life/Un Cadeau: la Vie (1 x 90’ FR2) science drama on the first artificial human birth, co-written with Gareth Jones and Chantal Renaud for Ellipse Fiction/Fr2/TSR, shot in Geneva and first broadcast October 1999. Director Jacob Berger.

Out of Bounds (1 x 52′ Granada TV), pilot episode of original miniseries set in a boarding school, 1997.

Under Pressure/Unter Druck (1 x 90′) thriller TV movie broadcast on RTL2 in October 1995.

Open Sundays/Sonntags Geöffnet (13 x 50′ RTL) primetime drama series co-written with Gareth Jones for Objectiv Film. Director Christian Stier and others. First broadcast 1995/6.

Medics (1 x 52’) Series 2 of popular medical drama, co-written with Kevin Hood.

Nature – If Only It Was!/Albert Sagt… Natur – Aber Nur! (6 x 25′ ZDF) Animation on an eco-theme, produced by Cologne Cartoon, transmitted 1996.

Commissioned original series:

Jannas World (Format and pilot 13 x 60’) for UFA/Grundy, Berlin (2001-2).

Cradle to Grave (Pilot and format 6 x 52’) for the BBC (1998-9)

NFR/City Health (Pilot and format 6 x 52′) for Yorkshire Television (1997-9);

Family Ties/Familien-Bande (Pilot and format 26 x 52′) for Multimedia, Hamburg (1996-8);

The Collector (Format 7 x 60’) for Cinétévé (1995-6);

Script Editing/Development Producer

Baby Blue (2 x 90’ HTV) thriller by Gareth Jones, 2001.

Wake the Dead (4 x 52’ Granada TV) serial by Frank Cottrell Boyce.

D-Day Ward (1 x 52’ Granada TV) pilot for series set in WW2 field hospital.

Tracer (2 x 52’ Granada TV) pilot for series set in a detective agency, by Roy Mitchell.

Ripped (pilot and series treatment, Granada TV) serial by Kevin Hood set in the fashion industry.

Europolis (3 x 90’ BBC1) original minseries co-written by Erik Orsenna, Norbert Ehry, Gareth Jones and Jeremy Burnham, produced by Firefly Television and Films, 1990-1.

Cracker occasional script consultant first two series, 1992-3.

The Cloning of Joanna May (3 x 52’ Granada TV) fantasy serial based on Fay Weldon novel, produced by Sally Head, first broadcast 1992.

Medics (18 X 52’ Granada TV) first 3 series of popular medical drama, produced by Gub Neal and Tony Dennis. Broadcast between 1990-94.

Second Assistant Director

One Last Chance (1 x 90’ BBC2) director Gabrielle Beaumont, 1990.

The Object of Beauty (1 x 90’ BBC2) director Michael Lindsay-Hogg, 1990.

Seeing in the Dark (1 x 75’ BBC2) director Gareth Jones, 1989.

Circle of Deceit (1 x 90’ BBC2) director Stuart Burge, 1989.

The Mountain and the Molehill (1 x 90’ BBC2) director Moira Armstrong, 1989.

The Temptation of Eileen Hughes (1 x 90’ BBC2) director Tristram Powell, 1988.

East of Ipswich (1 x 90’ BBC2) director Tristram Powell, 1987.