Paul J. Farrell is a writer and director. A childhood spent pillaging the local Apollo video store formed the foundation for a fascination.
Having achieved a successful writing debut with the BAFTA screened sitcom pilot, ‘Jobseekers’, (currently in development with a UK TOP 100 production company)
Paul would soon go on to write and direct a sitcom ‘In The Dog House’. The filmmaker’s directorial work continued with his short film drama titled ‘Neutral’ as well as further development on feature films ‘UFHoax’ and ‘Arcade’.
Paul and Lee on set of 'In The Dog House'.
Lee Dilley is a comedy writer, sitcom consulatant and mentor. Being one of 10 siblings Lee is also an expert at hide and seek and musical chairs.
With co-writer Paul J Farrell, thier debut sitcom 'Jobseekers (2015) after screening at BAFTA was signed to a UK top 100 production company.
His writing draws upon his early experience of poverty, absent parents and the class system. Often writing on the subjects of dark humour, immortality and a love of childlike-wonderment.