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Peter Wyn Mosey BA(hons), MA

 
►37 Westfields, Castleford, West Yorkshire WF10 5JQ ► 07703414422
►contact@peterwynmosey.com► peterwynmosey.com ►D.O.B. 31st August 1979

Objective

►To obtain representation from agents, to acquire work writing for TV, film or theatre. To work with producers, directors and collaborate with other writers.

Profile

►Scriptwriter; available for writing for theatre, film, short film and TV. Specialist in drama and black comedy. Able to write to a brief, as well as on original ideas. Self motivated and creative. Works well independently and as part of a writing team.

Previous Work

Sky Edge (Feature Film, 2013)

Brothers brought up as cousins, George and Thomas are reunited in the steel mills of Sheffield after the Great War. Thomas introduces George to a new world of hope; an illegal gambling ring on Sky Edge. When the cousins discover that they make their own luck, their relationship is tested as they are drawn deeper into a violent new world.

Three Miles to the Horizon (Theatre, 2012- work in progress)

Drama based on the journey of Donald Crowhurst, single handed sailor who in 1968 joined a race to be the first to circumnavigate the globe non-stop. Unprepared, and with an unsuitable vessel, Crowhurst began an elaborate hoax, faking his journey. The play deals with his descent into madness and his eventual suicide.

Tom and Laura Get Engaged (Short Film, 2011)

It is a perfect day for Tom and Laura, a romantic picnic on the beach proves a great opportunity for Tom to pop the question. Laura is bound to say ‘yes!’. Though, the contents of a seemingly innocent black bin bag prove to be the greatest test of their relationship. Currently in pre-production for independent production in 2012.

Al and Ned’s Balding Fringe (Fringe Comedy Show, 2009)

Welsh comedians Al and Ned were friends since birth. Their variety show features sketches, songs and banter. During the show, cracks emerge in their ‘perfect’ partnership, which collapses into a chaotic and destructive inevitability. Al and Ned’s Balding Fringe premiered at the Buxton Fringe in 2009 before moving on to a week long run at that years Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Ddu a Gwyn (Theatre, 2004)

Dealing with issues of Welsh Identity, Ddu a Gwyn (Black and White) is a modern retelling of the traditional Welsh story of tragic, unrequited love, ‘The Maid of Cefn Ydfa’ set against a backdrop of the desolate scarred valley; where hope is as absent as job prospects.

Work Experience

Mosey/Borkowsky-Writer/Performer (2010-2011)

Performing dark sketch comedy at various comedy nights and variety shows.

Al and Ned’s Balding Fringe- Writer/ Performer/ Producer (2009)

Sketch comedy show performed to critical acclaim at the Buxton and Edinburgh Fringe festivals. I was involved in every aspect of the production including writing, performing, design, marketing and PR, liaising with venues and all aspects of administration.

Doncaster College- Lecturer in Drama (2007-2008)

In support of my Certificate in Further Education Teaching I undertook a yearlong placement teaching drama. Modules taught included Acting, Voice and Speech and Theatre in Education. I was also involved in directing student productions of Macbeth and Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis.

Mister Sister (Touring Cabaret Act): Technician/ Crew/ Performer (2000-2001)

Touring South Wales area, including 6 month residency at Trecco Bay, Porthcawl

TV& Film Extra – Agent – Kim Astone, Film and TV Agency (2000- 2004) Cardiff  

Involved in productions such as; Holby City (BBC), Carries War(BBC), Hearts of Gold(BBC), Lucky Break (Film Four), X-ray (BBC Wales), Sion a Sian (S4C) A Way Of Life (UK Film Council), Treflan (reoccurring role)(S4C), Fondue, Rhiw a Dinosaur (S4C)

Education

MA Scriptwriting (2013) – Merit University of Glamorgan, Cardiff, South Wales

Taught through distance learning, writing scripts for film, theatre, TV and radio.

City and Guilds 7407 Level 4 Certificate in Further Education Teaching (2008) Doncaster College, Doncaster, South Yorkshire

Planning and delivering a lesson developed both through researching course papers and delivering taught sessions. Developed ability to react to unplanned situations that may arise in a lesson.

City and Guilds 7302 Level 3 Certificate in Delivering Learning (2007)

Doncaster College, Doncaster, South Yorkshire

BA (hons) Theatre and Media Drama (2004) – First Class

University of Glamorgan, Trefforest, Pontypridd, South Wales

Major Qualifying Projects:

Writing of stage play “Ddu A Gwyn” including developmental research which received much acclaim and a high first grade, direction of David Mamet’s “Life In The Theatre”

Modules Studied:

►Performance Studies ►Introduction to cinema ►Themes in Drama ►Theatre and Society
►Directing ►Radio and TV Writing ►Fiction Film Making ►Theatre Practice
►Theatre Writing ►Realism and Naturalism ►Elizabethan & Jacobean Theatre ►Scriptwriting
►Culture and Critical Studies ►Experiments in Theatre ►20th Century European Drama  

Skills Acquired

Ability to effectively communicate ideas and manage others, developed through directing a number of productions. Ability to write in both a creative and professional manner, developed through essay writing and scriptwriting.

BTEC ND Performing arts (2001) Access Media Theatre Arts and Technology (1997) GNVQ Art and Design -Intermediate (1996)

Carmarthenshire College, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

Interests

I have a wide range of interests in and around the arts; these include writing for theatre, watching films and performance, visiting art galleries, museums and exhibitions. I also enjoy playing guitar and listening to music, exercise such as walking, swimming, cycling and running, as well as reading, travel and cooking.

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