Dominic
& John
Reynolds

Writers and directors for film and television. 

Dominic & John Reynolds are a Glasgow born writing duo that specialise in drama and comedy scripts. They began their career writing on various BBC television and radio sketch shows such as Only An Excuse, Naked Radio, Watson’s Wind Up and The Karen Dunbar Show.

In 2011 they were nominated for best drama at the Sony Radio Academy Awards and have gone from strength to strength, winning the New York Screenplay Contest in 2015, then writing and producing the Scottish comedy film Xanadu. In May 2018 they were nominated for a Celtic Media Award, won a Royal Television Society Scotland Award for their BBC Short Kidder.

Dominic & John have had various projects in development with Company Pictures, Little Island Productions, Kindle Entertainment, Rondo Media, and CBBC. They are currently developing the children's sitcom School Bus, the series Cryptic for Corestar, and the feature film Park Life for Shift Media.

CV

Television

Writer & Creator 

Corestar Media
In development

Sitcom set entirely on a school bus.

In development

Writer 

Daly Grind
1 x 30'

A family comedy about Tracey Daly who struggles with the chaos of her daily routine. 

BBC Studios for BBC Scotland

Additional material. Mockumentary comedy series following the life of Scottish police officers.

BBC Scotland

Subversive drama about a struggling unemployed teenager

BBC The Social

Sitcom about Adam and Julie, two single parents who kill time together while their children attend the local nursery school.

BBC Scotland

Light PI drama

Rondo Media
In development

Drama series about the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper

Little Island Productions
In development

Drama series set in the weird and wonderful world of the gaming industry

Kindle Entertainment
In development

Adaptation of the classic HG Wells novel ‘The Island of Doctor Moreau

Little Island Productions
In development

Mystery thriller about the murder of the world’s only superhero

Company Pictures
In development

Near future murder mystery set on a fictional Mars colony

Company Pictures
In development

Subversive crime thriller about a series of unsolved murders

Little Island Productions
In development

Crime thriller about a falsely imprisoned man looking for the person that set him up

Greenacre Films
In development

Film

Writer 

Shift Media
In development

Writer & Director & Producer 

Starring
  • Kenny Blyth
  • Johnathan Fegan
  • Mary Gapinski
  • Isabella Jarrett
  • Comedy about Richard Butler, a reclusive writer who becomes trapped inside his own novel
    Tempest Productions

    In 1941 a lone Luftwaffe pilot parachuted into a field in Scotland to negotiate peace with the Allied forces. His name was Rudolf Hess, deputy Führer of the Third Reich.


    Tempest Productions

    Radio

    Writer 

    In For A Penny
    Best Drama - Sony Radio Academy awards
    1 x 30'
    The story of a hard-hearted female debt collector, who suddenly finds herself in serious financial trouble.
    Production Company Tempest Productions
    Broadcaster BBC Radio Scotland
    Starring
  • Chris Reilly
  • Months after local shopkeeper Andy McGill is nearly killed in a violent robbery he is approached by the Restorative Justice Council, a government initiative that gives victims of crime the opportunity to meet the people that harmed them. Andy - plagued by nightmares and the misery of his reclusive lifestyle - agrees to the meeting however it soon becomes apparent that his motives for doing so are not what they appear to be.

    Production Company Tempest Productions
    Broadcaster BBC Radio Scotland
    Family comedy about Adam and Julie, two single parents who kill time together while their children attend the local nursery school.
    Production Company Tempest Productions
    Broadcaster BBC Radio Scotland
    Comedy about Alex, the director of a Glaswegian amateur theatre company, who has to deal with the group's financial problems and threats of closure from the local council.

    Broadcaster BBC Radio Scotland