Isaac Fisher is a screenwriter from Wakefield, in the North of England, that specialises in asking an audience difficult ethical questions by placing characters across a range of genres in morally ambiguous and sometimes fantastical situations. The experience of having grown up in a rural, working-class town imparts a constant theme on his work. The first feature he wrote was based on the class experience of himself and his friends, and the cognitive dissonance that came through leaving such a place, and the people he loved, for University.
He is currently finishing his MA in screenwriting at Met Film School, London with an eye towards establish the future in film or television.
His portfolio currently consists of four feature length screenplays and one TV pilot. The latter achieved a distinction and recently finished in the top 13% of entries to the 2020 BBC Writers Room Comedy window. He has also written for a litany of short films ranging across genres and gained a moderate degree of festival success.
Recently, he's begun directing, with a couple of small projects already under his belt. Recently, his short film 'Little Ones' won 'Best Extra Short' at the Here Kyiv Short Film Festival.