Guy Ducker has written and directed numerous shorts and has edited seven commerically released feature films. Following a post-graduate course in Film & TV at Bristol University, Guy worked as assistant and then editor on 20 movies, from commercial hits like Calendar Girls and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to BAFTA winners like The Warrior.
Guy was selected for the London Film Festival’s talent campus, Think-Shoot-Distribute. His films have played festivals around the world, have been shown by international broadcasters including BBC, HBO and PBS; they have exceeded a quarter of a million hits online.
His project Nitrate, a feature currently in development with producer Christine Hartland, had an award-winning trailer showcased at Cannes, since when it has won development funding from MEDIA. His blog Tales from the Cutting Room Floor has attracted 100,000 readers.
SHADOW ON THE SANDS BY GUY DUCKER "FILM"
A supergrass is five days away from giving evidence that will bring down his whole gang. Despite police precautions of hiding him in a remote cottage, someone is coming for him. But is it a hit-man or a vengeful ghost determined that he should pay for his past?
An alien force, having occupied Earth to save us from corrupt governments and fix our broken climate, appoints Claire Burgess—an honest but inexperienced Green Party MP—as interim Prime Minister of the UK. Meanwhile, Trevor Daunt—a disgraced minister on the run—founds a resistance movement aiming to topple Claire's government and drive out the invaders.
THE MAN WHO KILLED THE WORLD "FILM"
2045. Climate collapse. Bill Knox—a man on the run from the police and lynch mobs—takes refuge on a remote Scottish island. There he seeks redemption by trying to save the islanders' home from the rising sea, while hoping that no one will discover the guilt he bears for the fate of the planet.