Lucy Moore - Writer
Lucy is a graduate of the Royal Court Theatre young writer’s programme. Her short film Gone won the BBC Talent new film-makers award in 2003. Lucy went on to write a half hour drama for Channel 4’s Coming Up strand entitled Heavenly Father which was pick of the day in Timeout. Her first feature script Lullaby won the Golconda/Script Factory screenwriting prize and was picked up for development by Miramax. She went on to work with the newly re-established Hammer Films on her second original feature 6 Sunnyside Road and also worked on TV commissions for Granada and the BBC – including an adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s short story The Apple Tree for BBC4. In 2010 Lucy’s monster movie Bait was selected for the iFeatures scheme in Bristol. The script is now in development with Universal Spirits. Lucy also has a teen comedy feature in development with Rainy Day films and most recently collaborated with CinemaNX on a found footage horror project. Lucy also works as a script reader and screenwriting teacher. Her clients include: Working Title, BBC Films, Creative England, The BFI, Ravensbourne College and City University. She lives in the delightfully named Penge with her boyfriend, two year old son and a psychotic cat called Zippy.
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