Chris is passionate about movies, and about stories that connect with audiences. Through his film career, his writing career and his time teaching new film makers, this enthusiasm and determination shines through and infects everyone who comes into contact with him.
Chris has made three micro budget feature films - The Runner (action thriller), White Angel (serial killer thriller) and Urban Ghost Story (paranormal thriller). More here… http://www.livingspiritgroup.com/films
Most recently, Chris made the short, ‘Gone Fishing’, which was Oscars shortlisted and won the Produers Guild Of America Awards in 2009.
Chris has written seven books on independent film making in the Guerilla Film Makers Handbook series, selling over a 150,000 copies worldwide. More here… http;//www,guerillafilm.com
Chris is also the creative director of The London Screenwriters Festival http://www.londonscreenwritersfestival.com
In 2012, Chris ran the inaugural TEDxEaling event delivering a day of world class TEDx talks on the theme of ‘Story’ and human communication. www.TEDxEaling.com
As part of the London Screenwriters’ Festival, Chris Launched Create50, an initiative to get unproduced writers work filmed, and to showcase the work of emerging film talent. The first round attracted 2000 screenplay, resulted in 150 films and the first feature film was released on Valentines eve 2014, called 50 Kisses. www.50KissesFilm.com
Chris also operates a very active film makers blog at www.chrisjonesblog.com where he shares film making experiences. He is extremely active within social media.
Chris lives in Ealing, West London and his business is based at the historic Ealing Film Studios.
My Recent Work
RocketBoy Test For The System VERS3 Draft 4
for The Impact:50
Work I Really Enjoyed and Recommend
As Lao Tzu Says
MOTHER OF THE CABINET
Clear Air Turbulence
Work I have left feedback on (10 of 63)
The Bell (A Yen-Lo-Wang Story)
A little bit of S&M
Cut the hands
The Bunny Killer
Found in the Woods
Create50 Live Projects
Most Recent Blog
Quick update, we now have a website for The Singularity50. The stories are still, as you know, being read, re-read and judged. But do check out the site and if you would like to write a blog about your experiences and story for The Singularity, drop me a line with it and we will get it published on the site