Pursued by a dangerous criminal after a failed theft, con artists Nina and Yaz get more than they bargained for when they target a seemingly innocent elderly widow.
Nina is desperate to put her life back on track having narrowly escaped from psychotic gangland criminal Roman, after her alcoholic, drug addicted partner and incompetent con artist, Yaz, gets her involved in yet another disastrous con. Furiously blaming each other, Yazdumps Nina roadside, in the middle of nowhere, to fend for herself. Soaked and alone she accepts a lift from passing motorist Beryl, a sweet but rather odd widow, who is keen to take on a lodger and offers Nina a bed for the night and the prospect of a new start, but her emotional ties to Yazare hard to break, and with Roman out for revenge and time running out Yazpersuades Nina to target Beryl in one last job, hoping to score some cash and run. Returning to the confines of Beryl’s home they discover the shocking truth behind this seemingly innocent woman and her family.
BITE is a feature length horror thriller co-written with Tom Critch and directed by James Owen. Filmed at arthrofilm studios in The Midlands, UK, Bite is due for release in late 2019.
Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
Red Dragon/Red Raven 4K
Shian Denovan NINA
Shian won Best Actress for her leading roles in feature films Cat Sick Blues and Birthday at Nice International Film Festival and Sydney Horror Festival and was nominated for Best Actress at Ontario Film Festival. Other feature film work includes a strong supporting role in BAFTA audience award nominee Sawney. She was also nominated for Best Actress by The Stage for her work in theatre and has performed at several of London's fringe theatres. So far this year she has filmed TV roles for ITV Studio's Autopsy and a new series for Channel 4 that's yet to be announced.
Nansi Nsue YAZ
Nansi is an Afro-Spanish actress known for her roles in the award winning web-series Dear Jesus, How to talk to Girls at Parties, Autopsy:The last hours of Bobbi Kristina Brown and most recently TRUMP. Her acting career started at eighteen in Belfast, Northern Ireland as a Background Artist in the Universal Studios' feature film Your Highness. In her next project An English dream, she starred as Shiru. She now lived in London, where she studies method acting under Sam Rumbelow.
Annabelle Lanyon BERYL
Anna has worked extensively in film, television, theatre and radio. She worked with Tom Cruise in the cult film Legend, directed by Ridley Scott and distributed by Universal Studios and 20th Century Fox. She was nominated for best supporting actress in the short film Match at the Plymouth Film festival 2016. Recently she performed a twelve page monologue by Dario Defo and Franca Rame, The Mother for The Camden Fringe, which received five star reviews, and is now working on a new play Delete for the Clear Line Festival which deals with the addiction and abuse, a subject close to her heart. Recent film roles include Blood and Bones and Our Little Haven.
Anthony Ilott EDDIE
After training at the Guildford School of Acting Anthony starting his career in theatre but got the bug for film after playing the lead role in Wrong Turn 6:Last Resort, distributed by 20th Century Fox. Since then Anthony has written and directed a sitcom pilot, played PJ in The Tombs: Rise or the damned (due for release in October 2018) and filmed commercials for Carphone Warehouse. His theatre work includes The Ladykillers and Stone Cold Murder produced by Paul Taylor Mills and Bill Kenwright. Anthony has also had roles in horror feature film The Trees That Bled and TV series Sex, Drugs & Veggie Spring Rolls.
Stuart Sessions GERALD
Stuart started acting playing Paulina in Winter’s Tale age 14. After decade long detours as an army officer and overseas aid and development worker, he returned to acting in 2002. Theatre has included Vincentio in Measure for Measure and Arthur Kipps (cover) in Woman in Black in the Fortune Theatre. He recently completed three weeks at the Edinburgh Fringe doing a spoken word piece interweaving three incidents from his past: how his life was saved by a Khmer Rouge fighter in Cambodia, his near murder by a Liberian child soldier and his rescue and adoption of a Nepali child. Recent feature film roles include The Catch and In Extremis.
Noah James NIALL
Noah was nominated best male actor by Off West End (OFFIES) and is a frequent performer on the London fringe circuit. He is one half of comedy duo Noah & Jordan, starring in their co-written web series Wannabes which went on to win Best Comedy at Miami Web Fest and Most Promising UK Web Series at UK Web Fest. Noah is currently developing a comedy pilot and a children's TV show.
Jack Loy ROMAN
Jack has plenty of experience as the screen villain in feature films. He plays a ruthless terrorist in upcoming British gangster movie Milk and Honey : The Movie and is the dark but charming male lead character in Daydreams currently in post-production.
His TV credits include a guest role on E4 comedy series Chewing Gum. He presented the Sochi International Film Awards in 2016.
Jon Campling GHOST
Jon is recognizable worldwide as King Regis from the epic Final Fantasy franchise. He also played the lead in the dark, indie feature Dead End and created an iconic train-stopping cameo in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
A professional Actor since '92 Jon has also been involved in many projects in both theatre and television and has a huge passion for his art. With three film festival awards to his credit, an eye for detail and a unique, yet versatile look, Jon is a great addition to the BITE cast and makes the brilliant character of Ghost larger than life.
Jimmy Vee MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Scottish born Jimmy Vee has been ranked in the top 1000 actors on the international movie database (IMDb) and is known for his role in the Star Wars franchise (Star Wars:The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Pan (2015) and Doctor Who (2005). He is credited in many other films including the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Jimmy plays the wonderful character Master of Ceremonies in BITE.