THE CAVE (2019) Writer | Director | Producer


Feature film - Drama - 104 mins


Synopsis: Based on true events, THE CAVE tells the untold story of the rescue that captivated the world, from the point of view of the unsung heroes in the Tham Luang mission to free the trapped 13 'Wild Boars', culminating in a triumphant outcome against all the odds.


Starring: Jim Warny, Ekawat Niratworapanya, James Edward Holley


THE CAVE had its world premiere at the Busan International Film Festival and won Best Director and Best Drama Film awards at the 2020 Thailand Digital Awards.


“With its mix of scripted drama and re-enacted facts, THE CAVE feels like a documentary but with an incredibly gripping pace despite being based on a true and well-known story and having no hidden twists to show off.”

- Adriana Rosati, Asian Movie Pulse


"...keeps viewers hooked to the screen throughout the life-saving mission. Presenting the emotion and spirit that news reportage often lacks, this film keeps this harrowing story alive, at a time when we could all use a reminder of our resilience as humans."

- Maria Paula Serrano, VancouverWeekly.com


Distributed worldwide by Wild Bunch / MadRiver Pictures


MINDFULNESS AND MURDER (2011) Writer | Director | Producer


Feature film - Murder Mystery - 90 mins


Synopsis: When a boy is murdered in the grounds of a Buddhist monastery in Bangkok, the police do little to solve the crime, leaving Father Ananda - a former homicide detective - to investigate the murder. With the help of his temple boy Jak, Ananda travels the canals of the city to unravel the clues and catch the killer.


Starring: Vithaya Pansringarm, Penpak Sirikul, Charina Siringha

MINDFULNESS AND MURDER premiered in Competition at the Cairo International Film Festival and was nominated for five Thai National Film Awards and won the Best Supporting Actor award in 2012.


"A monastic mystery grounded in streetwise realism...gives viewers a 90-minute visa to visit one of the most secret of societies: the Buddhist monkhood" - Jim Algie, CNN.com


"A visually lush curiosity that blends Agathie Christie-like structure with with luxurious visuals..."

- Russell Edwards, Variety


MINDFULNESS AND MURDER (2011) Writer | Director | Producer


Feature film - Murder Mystery - 90 mins


Synopsis: When a boy is murdered in the grounds of a Buddhist monastery in Bangkok, the police do little to solve the crime, leaving Father Ananda - a former homicide detective - to investigate the murder. With the help of his temple boy Jak, Ananda travels the canals of the city to unravel the clues and catch the killer.


Starring: Vithaya Pansringarm, Penpak Sirikul, Charina Siringha

MINDFULNESS AND MURDER premiered in Competition at the Cairo International Film Festival and was nominated for five Thai National Film Awards and won the Best Supporting Actor award in 2012.


"A monastic mystery grounded in streetwise realism...gives viewers a 90-minute visa to visit one of the most secret of societies: the Buddhist monkhood" - Jim Algie, CNN.com


"A visually lush curiosity that blends Agathie Christie-like structure with with luxurious visuals..."

- Russell Edwards, Variety


MONK DAWSON (1998) Director | Producer | Editor


Feature film - Drama - 104 mins


Synopsis: The story of a novice monk from the north of England who, expelled from his order and relocated to London, struggles with his spiritual goals, earthly temptations and personal ideals. In the capital, he finds work as a jobbing journalist but is soon drowning in a sea of betrayal and misplaced affection. Based on the award-winning novel by Piers Paul Read.


Starring: John Michie, Ben Taylor, Paula Hamilton, Martin Kemp, Rhona Mitra


MONK DAWSON premiered as the Closing Gala film of the Leeds International Film Festival in 1997, was released in theatrically in the UK in 1998 and was nominated for Best Film at the 3rd annual UK Creative Freedom Awards.


"Smoothly mounted and solidly played, MONK DAWSON is a narrative-driven yarn of a priest's crisis of religious conscience that's an enjoyable ride."

- Derek Elley, Variety


"Another great success for the resurgent British cinema"

- Yorkshire Evening Post


Shown on BBC Two in 2011. Released in the US as PASSION OF THE PRIEST.