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.
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?
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 (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).