Marc Gee

Biography

Originating from the Wirral, Marc has been writing for over twenty years. He has penned over twelve stage plays which have been performed at such venues as The Edinburgh Festival and The Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres. In 2001 he had a full feature film made called 'Al's Lads' which was given a BAFTA premier at Cannes. Currently the film has been sold to over twenty two countries World Wide.

In 2011 his first novel was published titled 'Autumn Kill' which reached Waterstone's top summer reads. the following year his second novel was released 'Declaration of Guilt'. Marc has given lectured and given talks at various venues such as prisons, Universities, Schools, Library's, Literary Festivals, The BBC and the National Film Institute.

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Genre

Script writing, Fiction

Publications & Performance History

Al's Lad's (Full feature film) Autumn Kill (novel) Declaration of Guilt(novel)

Workshop & Reading Experience

Various libraries throughout the UK: Leasowe, Wallasey, Birkenhead, Port Sunlight, Oldham, Blackburn, West Kirby, Devises, Salisbury, to name a few. The British Film Institute The BBC Liverpool John Moores University. Middlesex Writers Festival. Portugal writers, Algarve. Wirral Metropolitan College. Three years devising a script writing course.

Reference

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Group size preference

Any/small groups or

Group age preference

Any

Working languages

English

Area prepared to travel

Anywhere

Other information

Flexible in job requirements
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