I co-wrote a screenplay titled India Ink.
Logline: In 1905, an Indian nanny travels to Britain with the family that employs her, but when her affair with the husband is revealed, she is cast out.
She must learn to fend for and trust herself among British suffragettes struggling to take hold of their destiny. The period drama is set against an historical background, and utilises strong real-life characters, including some of the most famous women in the suffragette movement, the founder of the Daily Mirror, and Sir Winston Churchill. The co-author, Halle Eavelyn sold a screenplay in the US called Silver in 2005.
India Ink was shortlisted for the Circalit Story Department Contest and reached the finals of the WriteMovies International Writing Contest 2011.