Simon Woodham is a script editor. He writes original, commissioned and collaborative work as Joseph Miller.
A long-standing collaboration with director Jamil Dehlavi (Born of Fire, Jinnah) has resulted in three completed feature films – Infinite Justice (Best Feature Film, European Independent Film Festival; Grand Prize, Florence River to River Film Festival; Special Jury Award, Worldfest Houston; Prix de la Critique, Amiens International Film Festival), Godforsaken (Special Jury Award, Worldfest International Houston; Best International Film, Worldfest International Houston; Golden Palm Award, Mexico International Film Festival), and Seven Lucky Gods (Grand Prize, Tirana International Film Festival; Best Feature Film, Canada International Film Festival; Gold Lion Award, Barcelona International Film Festival; Best Feature Film, Honolulu Film Awards; Special Jury Prize, Worldfest Houston; Best Original Screenplay, St Tropez International Film Festival; Bronze Palm Award, Mexico International Film Festival) – and a short, Blood Money (Short Film Corner, Cannes International Film Festival; Best Picture, West Coast International Film Awards; Best Drama Short, Best Short Fest; Honorable Mention Award, Berlin International Film Awards). Another feature is currently in development.
Simon’s screenplay The Flyer Hold-Up, loosely based on a novella by cult crime author Harry Stephen Keeler, is being developed by United Film House, with Kyle Gallner (The Haunting in Connecticut, American Sniper) and Virginia Madsen (Candyman, The Number 23) already cast. The director is Blake West.
An original screenplay, Santiago Run, is under option to Zero Gravity Management in Los Angeles.