ALL MY FRIENDS HATE ME

A Film by Tom Stourton & Tom Palmer

NOMINATED FOR THE BRIT LIST 2018

All My Friends Hate Me is a dark comedy about social paranoia written by Tom Palmer & Tom Stourton with BAFTA nominated Tom Kingsley set to direct.

Logline:

It’s Pete’s birthday and the old gang from uni are throwing a party. But his head begins to spin as one by one his friends slowly turn against him. He can’t work out: did he do something wrong? Is he paranoid? Or are his friends the sick ones?

THE TEAM

Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer at The Brit List 2018

Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer at The Brit List 2018

TOM STOURTON & TOM PALMER (Writers)

Nominated: Edinburgh Comedy Awards, Best Newcomer

Praise for Totally Tom:

‘Deliriously funny’ (Independent), 'Refreshingly original' ★★★★★ (Telegraph), 'Warped, clever, funny and well acted' (Times), ‘The writing is razor sharp … dramatic ability beyond the call of comedy' ★★★★ (Herald), ‘Feverish imagination’ ★★★★ (Metro)

The Toms’ writing for Television includes Common Ground (Sky Atlantic), Live At The Electric (BBC) and Comedy Lab (E4).

Tom Stourton is a twice Children’s BAFTA nominee for his performances in the BBC’s Horrible Histories.

Tom Kingsley on set of  Stath Lets Flats

Tom Kingsley on set of Stath Lets Flats

TOM KINGSLEY (Director)

Nominated: BAFTA, Outstanding Debut (Black Pond)

Winner: Evening Standard Film Awards, Best Newcomer (Black Pond)

Nominated: BAFTA, Short Form Comedy (Pls Like)

Praise for Black Pond:

★★★★ "A deeply eccentric, haunting marvel" - The Guardian / ★★★★ "Totally superb" - Financial Times / ★★★★ "Hugely impressive, charmingly odd" - Daily Telegraph / ★★★★ "Subtle and surprisingly moving" - Little White Lies

Tom’s work for Television also includes the BAFTA nominated Pls Like (Liam Williams) for BBC and Channel 4’s Stath Lets Flats (Jamie Demetriou).