Executive Producer – Parvez Zabier
After graduating from the London International Film School in 1978, Parvez started his professional career in Hollywood as assistant to Keith Stafford, Clint Eastwood’s editor. After 18 films Parvez left features, to enter television production as an assistant producer. Within a few years he quickly progressed to Producer and then to Executive Producer. In Hollywood, Parvez produced his first feature “THE PISCES FACTOR”, then “TANGLED WEB” and “IT’S UP TO YOU” in the early 80s, beginning an impressive production slate that continues today. In 1989 he left television to become a partner in a production company and went on to produce/direct over 30 commercials, all broadcast on major networks across the USA. Currently, Parvez is head of Bournehill Filmworks and is actively involved in raising film finance and developing a number of features.
What’s this little gold Pandora’s box all about?
Well … The story hinges on what’s inside, as it’s Bobby’s special Christmas-stocking present to Jimbo. The mystery grows – but we’ll find out what it contains very soon.
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News of the Short film - Martin Walker of Walker Rutter productions is on board as Line Producer. A great excitement! Now we are looking for local support, awareness, goodwill and finance - in Leatherhead and the Isle of Wight: to share in the fortunes of the film.
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The IW Council have given permission for Director Graham Pountney to film a scene from his next film, The Stuff of Dreams, at the Ryde boating lake, where there is a ‘herd’ of swans (the proper name!) – as well as Swan-shaped pedalos! His film, about an active married couple Jimbo and Bobby, in their 70s, has recurring images of swans – because they mate for life.
(by Luke Bishop, Leatherhead Advertiser)
AN ACTOR'S love of Leatherhead has led to him to filming a short film in and around the town. Graham Pountney is directing The Stuff of Dreams, written by playwright Carolyn Pertwee, about two 70-year-olds finding love in their dotage.