Lewis Carter is indeed a South Wales-based award-winning writer as well as an independent filmmaker. He graduated from Leeds University with a master’s degree in writing for performance and publishing, and he made his directing debut in 2016. ‘Campfire Story,’ his debut short film as a writer and director, won ‘Best National Film’ at the Swansea Film Festival in 2017 as well as ‘Best Horror Short’ at the London X4 Seasonal Film Festival. At the 2018 Copper Coast International Film Festival, his documentary ‘Royal’ received Best Documentary.
‘Empty Sink,’ ‘National Student,’ and ‘Literally Stories,’ among others, have published his short stories. Lewis is also the in-house writer and filmmaker of Fine Rolling Media, an award-winning video production firm.
‘Campfire Story,’ his debut short film as a writer and director, won ‘Best National Film’ at Swansea Film in 2017. ‘Empty Sink,’ ‘National Student,’ as well as ‘Literally Stories,’ among others, have published his short stories.
One of the most important aspects of beginning any sort of business is assembling the correct team. Finding individuals that have the same passion and drive as you might take days, weeks, months, or even years. We were fortunate enough to come across “Lewis Carter,” an award-winning writer and all powerhouse.
Lewis’ remarkable creative writing talents as well as ability to convert an ordinary topic towards something memorable and attractive towards the mind have made him a major asset to FRM.
Lewis has earned honours for prose fiction, including the novella “Memoria Manor” as well as the short storey “Shame Leaves a Mark,” as well as contributing to a variety of other publications. Not to mention our first meeting while working on his movie ‘Campfire Story,’ which won Best National Film at the Swansea Film Festival.
“After creating the screenplay for ‘Campfire Story,’ I contacted Fine Rolling. Kristian responded with a passionate email within minutes after reading the current text, even proposing songs for such a soundtrack. We pushed forward with Campfire and even chose to manage it jointly after our first meeting as it was evident that we’re on the same creative page.
My metamorphosis into Fine Rolling came overnight once the movie was released. We basically kept working on the jobs as they came in. It has been a joy to contribute my writing abilities to a range of Fine Rolling Media projects, as well as to expand out into other creative avenues like directing as well as creating movies and video material.”