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The Little Enemy
(1 hour drama, BBC Media Action)
When a desperately poor family relocates to a remote rural area for work, they have never even heard about the drug-resistant strain of malaria. But after bitter personal experience, they manage to change the course of history forever.
You’re The Man
(12 x 1 hour episodes, TV5, Cambodia)
Six ordinary guys are placed “under the microscope” in a contained environment and have to jump through a myriad of physical and emotional hoops in order for one of them to win the year’s coveted Real Man prize.
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Days of Hope
(1 hour TV drama pilot, for Options UK/Warren Buffett)
Secrets abound in this rural village where an HIV positive doctor hides his status, a pregnant woman hatches a plan to pass her unwanted baby off as her barren sister’s child and a man who drinks too much risks losing everything.
My Name is Saray
(1 hour drama, for the Asia Foundation)
A young Cambodian woman is lured into working abroad on the promise of making some serious money for her future wedding. But her new domestic position in Malaysia turns into a nightmare when she is treated like a slave, made to live like a dog and sexually harassed by the master of the house. When she finally escapes, she finds herself in an even more vulnerable position on the streets of an alien city. With no money or passport, and unable to speak the language, how will she ever find her way safely home?
The Future is In Our Hands
This Is Me
(original song & music video, for the German International Development Agency)
To inspire and empower Cambodian men of all ages – you don’t have to be tough to be a real man.