Charlie Wood's Film Credits
Mad to Be Normal
A film based on the controversial Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing. The film highlights the unique community that Laing led in the 1960’s. The film is based in East London and stars David Tennant, Michael Gambon, Gabriel Byrne, and the beautiful Elisabeth Moss.
The Bromley Boys
This coming of age football comedy reflects a memoir of the late 60s in Britain. Based on the novel written by Dave Roberts which recounts the best and worst times that came with supporting one of England’s least favorable football teams, at the time, Bromley F.C.
Milk and Honey
Cyber crime gets a whole new meaning when Islamic extremists get involved. An old school gangster and crime lord, Marcus Lord has to leave behind his “seasoned” criminal ways in order to keep up with the newest trends in crime.
You, Me and Him
A romantic comedy, starring David Tennant, Lucy Punch, and Faye Marsay follows a lesbian couple, very much in love. Despite their vast age difference, the couple begins discussing pregnancy and challenging decisions are overcome when their neighbor (played by Tennant) comes into their lives.