Underpassers (Screenplay)

When a young woman finds herself lost in a maze of underpass tunnels on her commute home, she soon realises she is not alone.


Writer Biography - Robin Johnston

I grew up in the countryside of Perthshire, Scotland. I have always had a strong interest in art, design and photography. Both my parents were art teachers so the house was always full of books and papers and manuscripts about the art world, everything from ancient cave paintings to Dada, surrealism and modernism. I always entertained the possibility of going to art school, however I ended up studying for a video HND at James Watt College in Greenock, and a BA in Photography Film and Television at Napier, Edinburgh. When I moved back to Glasgow from London in 2007 my interest in photography and the visual image was reignited, programs like Adobe Photoshop and online communities like Flickr opened up new possibilities for manipulation of images and self-expression. I found the Glasgow landscape to be visually very inspiring, and I took to street photography, which has now become rather fashionable. I was drawn to the varied textures, hard lighting and strong contrasts of shadow and colour of the big city. I would love to do the same in Berlin. Since then I have been involved in numerous national exhibitions around Scotland, and am now looking to expand my horizons and reach a new audience.


Specifications

  • Project Type: Screenplay, Short Script

  • Number of Pages: 5

  • Country of Origin: United Kingdom

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: Yes

  • Student Project: No











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