• Original music for The Moors

    May 16, 2015 Blog

    It was such a pleasant surprise when talented composer Elliott Daniels​ wrote a piece of music for our book, The Moors​.

    We especially love the segment between 2:09 – 4:24. Listen to the track on our new SoundCloud page, and if any other composers feel inspired enough to send us their tunes based on Pen Works Media productions, please feel free!

    All music files should be sent to info@penworksmedia.co.uk.

    In the meantime, enjoy!

    Note: Elliot’s other work can be …

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  • No Man’s Land

    May 11, 2015 Blog

    Note: The interview contains a handful of spoilers, so if you haven’t seen it already, give No Man’s Land a watch before reading any further.

    How did the idea for No Man’s Land come about?
    Patricia Doyle, who is a very well established theatre director, had the beginnings of an idea for a silent film set in Germany. As I had assisted her on her first short film in 2011, she approached me and asked if I …

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  • Web Series: Appy Nation

    May 6, 2015 Web Series

    Short synopsis

    Through the fear of not knowing his place in the world, privileged student Jasper Lance Windsor assembles an elect team of super-geeks in order to oust Facebook and help him gain the acceptance he so desperately needs.

    Appy Nation is the brainchild of writer Jody Medland, who has teamed up with director, Matt Loudon, on a project designed to educate future filmmakers.

    Pen Works Media aims to entice wannabe screenwriters to submit loglines for unique episodes …

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  • Track the Ripper wins Gold

    January 7, 2013 Blog

    In 2012 Jody Medland was hired by production company The Fink Agency and digital agency Wild Knowledge as they wanted to make a digital project to enter into the prestigious Race for Apps competition in Shoreditch, London.

    Within the space of just 6-weeks Jody had used his filmmaking background to write, produce and direct Track the Ripper – a live-action game where we travel back in time to the streets of East London in 1888.

    In Track …

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