"Put away" is a short film that is in post for Hurcheon Films with Carol Royle in the only acting role, casting by Mandy Steele, cinematography by Alain Cross and editing by Gary Tobyn. A fund raising campaign is in train to complete the post production.
“The Inglenook Stone” is intended to be A D’s feature debut, and she's finessing the script with the help of her agent Meg Davies at Ki Agency. It’s a supernatural project set in contemporary Wiltshire. She’s looking for a producer for this project.
Director A D Cooper is attached to another short film project through another production company:
“Love you to death” is a short dark comedy being produced by Camille Gatin’s Golden Arrow Films and Jokers Pack Productions. A D as the writer and director is working alongside BAFTA-nominated exec producer Camille (BAFTA-nominated for “The Girl with all the gifts”). With the script development process now complete, the project is in pre-production with producer Roxy Holman. Alain Cross will lens the project and Jim Page will edit. Casting is currently underway.
A D Cooper is also working with animator Rhys Williams on a short film about the Corona Virus for Shirley Not Productions, and on a kids' sitcom with production company the Canning Factory.
She was on the judging panel for the Monologue competition being run by N G Personal Management with the judging completed early October 2020.
During the 2020 autumn term on the M.A. Screenwriting at the London College of Communication, she will be running remote workshops for 8 students developing their short scripts from treatment through two drafts as well as running other industry events to whole class. This will be her fourth year running working as an Associate Lecturer.