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Felicity Evans


Agent: Jean Kitson -

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Felicity Evans is a former magazine editor and creative copywriter. Her original feature screenplay, co-written with her writing partner Toby Venables, was developed into the movie ‘His House‘, starring Sope Dirisu, Wunmi Mosaku and Matt Smith, directed by Remi Weekes and produced by New Regency and BBC Films. It premiered at Sundance 2020, with global rights bought by Netflix where it was released in October 2020. The movie went on to win four BIFA awards and a BAFTA (Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer).
She has since developed and written the feature screenplay ‘Mendoza’ (about the life of Jewish Georgian boxer Daniel Mendoza), and co-written the short film ‘Percival’ with Toby for Rebellion Productions. Along with Toby, she has co-developed and co-written several further TV/broadcast projects for Rebellion, and continues to develop feature and TV projects solo and with Toby.
US Management: Sarah Arnott at Zero Gravity



ReelOne TV Films

Currently regular writers of feature length TV thrillers and romances for Canadian producers ReelOne. Fliss and Toby’s experience at writing original stories for specific audiences and to a strong brief means they are writing their fourth screenplay for TV film specialists ReelOne.

Rebellion Productions

Commissioned TV Series – pilot screenplay and series outline


Spec feature screenplay telling the true story of Jewish Georgian boxer, Daniel Mendoza


His House (2020)
Starchild Pictures / New Regency / Vertigo / Netflix

Socio-political horror feature. Story and original commissioned screenplay by Toby Venables and Felicity Evans, written and directed by Remi Weekes. The film stars Sope Dirisu, Wunmi Musaku and Matt Smith and premiered at Sundance in 2020, with Netflix acquiring global rights and releasing the film in October 2020.

Northmen (2006)

Unproduced comedy drama for TV, about Yorkshiremen who dress as Vikings at the weekend, co-written with Toby Venables

Marlowe: Black (2004)

Unproduced comedy horror TV series pilot about a frustrated Cambridge journalist and a brilliant uni dropout who find themselves investigating paranormal phenomena, co-written with Toby Venables