Films

The Inside

Director/s:  Stephen Hawke,

Screenwriter:  Stephen Hawke

Genre:  Documentary style

 

Controversy surrounds an unauthorised shooting by Scotland Yards SC019 special firearms unit. UK news is rife with both rumour and hearsay surrounding the Police Officer involved and the underworld gangland boss he killed. Who can the young officer rely on to validate his account of what happened and prove his "innocence".
Was it coincidence the gangland boss was previously accused of a violation against the young officers wife.

Trapped

Director/s:  Stephen Hawke

Screenwriter:  Stephen Hawke

Genre:  Documentary style life story

 

Returning from his third and most distressing tour of Afghanistan, war veteran infantry sergeant Andy Hill, cannot forget the horrors and sights he has witnessed. Can he bring himself to turn evidence against his own squad's "heroes" and bring deserved justice to the Afghan village they were sent to defend.

The Pill-Box

Director/s:  Stephen Hawke,

Screenwriter:  Stephen Hawke

Genre:  Documentary style Short Film

 

 A short film, cataloguing a reverse time lapse story of a Pill-Box on the Essex coastline. From present day to the day it was originally built, 'The Pill-Box' chronicles the changing faces and brief life glimpse of all those involved.

The Visitor

Director/s:  Stephen Hawke

Screenwriter:  Stephen Hawke

Genre:  Horror / Thriller​

 

The story of a young boy, gifted with an ability to see past events in extreme detail just by touching an object from that time period and location. After being requested to demonstrate his unique ability to his grandmothers close friend, he unwittingly invites a malevolent entity into the home. What dark secret does his grandmothers friend hold. Is his grandmother involved? How can he rid the evil, now ever present?

The Churchyard

Director/s:  Stephen Hawke,

Screenwriter:  Stephen Hawke

Genre:  Horror

 

The peace-loving vicar of a local village Church has the misfortune of meeting uninvited visitors of the quiet Essex community where he lives. Using his Church grounds as a temporary camp, a  gentle exchange of words leads to a full blown argument involving the Police, and the groups Elder curses the vicar and his wife. Why does his wife suddenly become ill? Is this the first time the group have been to the Churchyard? Are they returning to collect something, or someone?