Fred Rowson is signed to the London-based production company, Colonel Blimp, where he makes music videos, commercials and short films. Woodhouse is an adaptation of a mockumentary he shot as a teenager, which followed the exploits of a neighbourhood misanthrope who was convinced that a giant ape man was living undiscovered in a South London park. He is currently in pre-production with a short film about a woman with a haunted oven.
Woodhouse is a film about South London, where I grew up. I wanted to make a film about a place that people think of as grey and mundane, and turn it into somewhere magical - like a modern fairy tale.