Bristol 24/7 coverage on WOMEN MAKE HORROR night at The Watershed.

Melanie's work is included in the new Cinesisters showreel. The Cinesisters is a UK-based group of Female identifying and non-binary Film and TV directors.

Back and bigger than ever is Melanie's fundraising night for Womankind - Bristol Women's Therapy Centre.

WOMEN MAKE HORROR at the WATERSHED Bristol - Oct 18th, 8:30 pm. Short horror films directed by Women!

Supported by The Watershed, Bristol and Abertoir Horror Festival.

Tickets from Watershed Box Office here -

Melanie is now a member of BAFTA Connect which is a new UK-wide and North America tier of membership forming part of BAFTA’s ongoing mission to strengthen support for future creative leaders in the film, games and television industries.

The first bit of press in regards to SWITCH the feature film written by Melanie who has been working alongside PINBALL FILMS producer Keith Bell ( The Descent, Dog Soldiers and Harry Brown ) Melanie will be in Cannes with the company and her script next week.

Screen Daily -

Melanie was recently interviewed by the talented Camille DeAngelis the story creator behind the multi-award-winning film BONES AND ALL for her NO BONES AND ALL series about film, veganism and life in general.

Check out the interviews here -

ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 Melanie will be introducing the screening of the original classic horror that is @johncarpenterofficial and Debra Hills HALLOWEEN at the @fwfilmfestival next week! The festival runs from Fri 28th - Sun 30th. HALLOWEEN 🎃 is at 5pm Sat 29th. You can get tickets through the festivals IG website link. Come and nerd out to some of the best horror classics for Halloween in Bristol! #imax #Halloween #bristol #genrefilmsrule #horrorfilm #horrornerd #filmfan #micaelmyers #debrahill #johncarpenter #lovehorror

TRUST has won BEST SHORT FILM at the Boundless online Film Festival!

TRUST is screening at the Cinema Under The Arches - THE SHORT LIST VOL.2: NIGHTMARE ON ARCHES LANE .

Monday, Nov 14th - get ur tickets from here -

Melanie is now part of the Cinesisters collective which is an award-winning collective of female-identifying film and TV directors based out of the UK. -

Melanie has been shortlisted as a director for a Centre Frame network hosted at BAFTA London to win £10,000 to make a short film. She was chosen from over 100 directors to be in a list of 35 to make a 5 minute short film.

TRUST the short film directed by Melanie screens in Florida next week between 10-14th March 2022 at the Through Woman's Eye's film festival. The film is in an official competition.

TWE showcases women filmmakers & directors. The films address global issues and highlight the challenges women face. UN Women works on the premise that it is the fundamental right of every woman to live a life free from discrimination and violence, and that gender equality is essential to achieving development and to building just societies.

Starting off January sharing some knowledge on filmmaking with some other activist filmmakers.
Viddsee was one of the first online platforms to pick up The Herd way back when and has been a constant wonderful support ever since. Helping the film reach far and wide in Asian territories. So I am super honored to be part of the 'Storytelling for Good' Bootcamp. Talking about art for change is so close to me and why I make films.

Head over to - and check out their other programs and boot camp events.

A 3-Day ONLINE Storyteller Boot Camp from 17 - 19 Jan 2022.

A short video from I made from an Animal Rights demo Thursday 22nd July.

From Free The MBR Beagles facebook page :

  • Information about the current program of demonstrations at the MBR Acres Puppy Farm at Huntingdon: 1) The conditions inside the facility are not the subject of protest. It is fact that the puppies here are bred indoors, never see daylight, and then at 16weeks are shipped off in vans to be used in toxicology (poisoning) tests in labs where they will die. 2) We maintain that the people that work here cannot care for animals, otherwise they would not work at a facility dedicated to factory farming dogs to be killed in labs. 3) The dogs produced here do not "benefit medical science", they are used for toxicology tests. ie: how much of a certain chemical is required before the dog dies. Research to find new cures and medicines can be and is carried out using modern computer research, these dogs lives are wasted needlessly. 4) Any claims from MBR that the camp produces noise which distresses the dogs borders on the ludicrous. This dog farm contains 2000 animals all of which are yelping, barking and howling constantly. The camp can barely be heard over the noise of the anguished dogs.

Music from Glitchers - Relovelution (demo) Also band in video.

Investigation footage from Free the MBR Beagles and Inside the Barbaric U.S. Industry of Dog Experimentation from Intercept.

Please do what you can and support the wonderful activist who have been camping here to get these beagles liberated once and for all!


The Herd is talked about in depth as a piece of Activism on June 11th! -