Please read here about Nigel’s film roles and his involvement with Scarlet Cherub.
Nigel’s show reel can be seen on
2005 ‘Just One More Night’ [Scarlet Cherub] - The actress and incidental characters
This short film is based on one of Nigel’s lyrics. So far the film has been shown at various film festivals, including the Hollywood DV Festival 2005, where it won an award for best make up, the Swansea Bay Film festival 2008, where it won the
award for best narrative short, and the Heart of England International Film Festival 2008, where it won the award for best
international short. Also shown at various short film events, satellite TV etc etc. ”Pat Garrett's Just One More Night
delivers a well crafted performance from Nigel Osner as an aging entertainer, reflecting on a life less than glamorous, but
one convincing enough to appear that way to his public. Osner also subtly scripted this performer's life, so it's doubly
hard to separate art from life. Which imitates the other? Hard to tell, in this very enigmatic film performance. But that's
the point isn't it?” James MacGregor netribution 3 www.netribution.co.uk
2006 ‘The Runner’ - Bill, a Brummie handyman
2006 ‘The World of Kane Williams’ [Poppycock Productions] - Riley G Hopkins
Nigel played a wonderfully manipulative and insincere film producer in this short film, theoretically still in
2007 ‘Just One More Bite’ [Scarlet Cherub] - Prince Osnovski
This short film is again based on Nigel’s lyrics. Part sung, part dialogue. He plays a vampire interviewed for late
night TV. It has been shown at film festivals throughout the world, including the Everglades International Festival 2007 in
South Africa where it won the gold award for ‘best narrative short’ and the International Filmmaker Festival 2008, where it
won the gold award for best music film. It has received nominations in three other festivals.
2008 ‘The Revelation of Reverend Jones’ [Scarlet Cherub] - The Reverend Jones
Nigel plays a Welsh vicar caught in drag outside a nightclub! The film has received a number of awards including best UK film under 25 minutes at the International Film Festival Ireland 2009. Nigel’s script was short-listed for the short script
award in the Supershorts International Film Festival 2008
2008 ‘Black Friday’ a Smoke and Mirrors film - The ruined banker
2009 ‘Something for the lamppost’ [Black Swamp Films] - Eccentric customer
2010 ‘Last call‘ [2+2 Productions] - Ben, a terminally ill writer
2010 ‘The Drummond Will’ (Knee-jerk) - the vicar
In this new multi-award winning feature film Nigel plays a vicar in a black comedy set in the English countryside. For this role Nigel was
nominated at the Newport International Film Festival as best supporting actor.
2010 'Mr Easy Guy' [Scarlet Cherub] - Mr Easy Guy.
This is a music video with Nigel's lyrics and BB Cooper's melody.
2010 'Kundalini Rising' [Hot Dog Films] - John, the yoga student
2011 'Snooze' [Smart Owl Films] - the boss
2012 'Tea Breakdown' [A Thousand Faces] - the boss / Mad Hatter
2012 'The mind crime of Dr H Zsigmond - Dr Zsigmond'
2012 'Murder in three acts' [Manifold projects] - art collector / museum director
2012 'The Anglistanis' [NKM Media] - Mr Foster
A new feature film about Asians in the UK.
2013 'Took them away' [IdleFilms] - Father
A highly rated music video for Dear Reader.
2014 'Flowers of Knowledge' - Labor
In this short film I play an evil headmaster in an alternative universe.
Nigel is part of Scarlet Cherub, a group of talented people all committed to independent film production.
‘Just One More Night’ ‘ Just One More Bite’ and
‘The Revelation of Reverend Jones’ are all produced by Scarlet Cherub.
Nigel has now completed two feature film scripts based on Scarlet Cherub shorts.
The first is called ‘The Road to Transylvania’. A child called Jasmin narrates the
story of Prince Osnovski, a 500 year old vampire, who journeys to Transylvania to assert his traditional values over a
Funny, frightening and full of incident, the story is also poignant. At its core lies the relationship between the young
Jasmin and Osnovski, who are both trying to find out where they fit in the world. For more information see
The second is called ‘Swansea Rose’ and develops the story of Reverend Jones.
For more information, please see http://www.amritsa.com/rose/