Bringing life to British stories, most recently in a dramatic retelling of the 1967 TORREY CANYON disaster, Graeme enjoys dropping ordinary people into extraordinary situations.
In CRASHING DOWN, which won the Birmingham Film Fesitval's 'Best Screenplay' category, he pits a nurse caring for a dying woman, against a threatening husband and a raging sea.
This, and his second feature screenplay, SIX BOXES IN SIX HOTEL ROOMS, have won awards at the Launch Pad Feature Competition, Big Break Screenwriting Contest, Paris Art and Movie Awards, Filmmatic Screenplay Awards, Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards, and London International Screenwriting Competition.
His third feature screenplay, TORREY CANYON, tells the story of the 1967 disaster in which 119,000 tonnes of oil poured into the sea near Cornwall.
Graeme's most recent feature script, MIGHTY HAS FALLEN, is a single-location project with an extraordinary older female lead.