Here you will find all the films currently being developed at Black Camel Pictures.
A late teen supernatural drama series, GIFTED features a class of nine high school students. Each has a secret supernatural “Gift” and they all attend a class to learn to use these abilities. Their teacher, Madame, encourages the students to work together to use their abilities, particularly as they begin to realise they are being targeted by another force who want to control their abilities for their own evil ends. Partners: Media Valley, Seven24. Written by Marilyn Kaye.
When Anna starts at a new school in a small Scottish town, she is forced to deal with more than just cliques and strict teachers, but a zombie outbreak which forces a band of high school students to do anything to survive. Singing and dancing their way to escape, this action-packed comedy promises to be a fresh twist on the zombie genre. Developed in conjunction with Haphazard Media. Written by Ryan McHenry and Alan McDonald. To be directed by Ryan McHenry. Facebook / Twitter
In a city that has given up hope, a man like Danny Flynn can thrive. Ruthless, brutal and utterly corrupt; he’s exactly the kind of policeman the city deserves. However, times are changing. When a new gang of Eastern European vampires arrive in town, he is captured and infected, and forced to embark on a journey of revenge and redemption. In development with Creative Scotland. Story by Marcus Harben and written by Steve Barker.
Playing out on the broad cinematic canvas of the Canadian Rocky mountains, Breathe is a thrilling, action-packed chase movie that follows Molly, a determined female police officer, and her desperate attempts to a get high profile prisoner back into protective custody. All the time evading the well-connected crime syndicate that are ruthlessly hunting them down. Partners: Brightlight Pictures. In development with Creative Scotland and Telefilm. Written by Steve Barker.
A romantic and sexy comedy set against a stunning Italian landscape. Aging Rose Doyle, an eccentric British chef and her Italian husband operate an idyllic and transformative Italian Cooking School for misfits and the broken-hearted. When an accident forces her estranged daughter Zaffina to travel to Italy and take over the reins with her eleven year old daughter Penny in tow, hilarious and poignant antics ensue. In development with Screen West Midlands and Creative Scotland. Written by Nick Walker.
Sunshine on Leith is based on the sensational stage hit of the same name, featuring music by pop-folk band The Proclaimers. The film follows the stories of Davy and Ally, who have to re-learn how to live life in Edinburgh after coming home from serving in Afghanistan. Both struggle to learn to live a life outside the army and to deal with the everyday struggles of family, jobs and relationships. In development with BBC and Creative Scotland. Written by Stephen Greenhorn.