Ghost Species wins twice at Queen Palm

Justin’s horror feature screenplay Ghost Species has won Gold in the technical category for Best Dialogue and Silver in the main category for Best Feature Screenplay at the Fourth Quarter Queen Palm International Film Festival based in Palm Springs.

As a result, the screenplay will advance to the Annual Awards Ceremony which takes place in February 2021.

The Lockdown Hauntings flies into cinemas with Altitude Films

Howard J Ford’s new horror feature ‘The Lockdown Hauntings’ will be released in cinemas in the UK in March 2021 it was confirmed yesterday.

Distributor Altitude Films, the organisation behind independent success stories such as ‘Calm With Horses’ and ‘Rocks’, will be distributing the film.

Justin plays Detective Alex Briggs in the horror, filmed over the first lockdown in the UK.

‘The Lockdown Hauntings’ hits AFM

‘The Lockdown Hauntings’, Howard J Ford’s horror feature starring film legend Tony Todd, is being taken to the American Film Market (AFM) this month by sales agent GFM. Post production continues and it’s hoped the film will be released in March 2021. Justin plays detective Alex Briggs.

More information about this and other British films at the AFM can be found at:

Behind the scenes on Vindication Swim

Justin continues to film scenes for ‘Vindication Swim’, the biopic film about Mercedes Gleitze, the first British woman to swim the Channel. These pictures were taken on a recent shoot on the sea, as Justin’s character, Leonard Clay, joins Mercedes on an ill-fated attempt to cross the Channel.

A recent news piece from ITV Meridian News can be seen here:

Ghost Species wins at UK Motion Picture Festival

Justin’s feature horror screenplay ‘Ghost Species’ has won the Summer Grand Jury Prize at the 2020 UK Motion Picture Festival for Best Unproduced Screenplay Feature. This adds to the (currently) quarter-finalist placement in the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival. It is the first win for the script, Justin’s second feature screenplay, at the inaugural event run by festival director Stuart Bannerman.