Frost is a scriptwriter, screenwriter and playwright,
who has written extensively for film, theatre and
Television credits include Shameless for Channel
4, and Casualty and Doctors for BBC 1, and The Queen’s
Nose, a popular children’s programme, for
Emma was scriptwriter for the popular BBC 1 soap
Eastenders for six months, and has also been Head
of Development for several production companies.
Emma’s feature film projects include:
The Descent - a rewrite for Celador on a horror
film released in June 2005, to five star reviews,
directed by Neil Marshall.
The Fall - a noir thriller shot in Budapest, released
in 1998. Director: Andrew Piddington. Producer:
Nigel Thomas, Stephen Alix. Associate Producer/Screenplay:
Emma Frost. With Craig Sheffer, Hélène de Fougerolles,
One Moment - Commissioned by NZ company, The Gibson
Group. Based on a true story and set against the
backdrop of the women's suffrage movement. Producer:
Dave Gibson. Director: Yvonne Mackay.
Theatre work includes Airsick, Emma's first play,
directed by Mike Bradwell, which premiered in 2003
at The Bush Theatre and Drum Theatre Plymouth to
great reviews. Airsick was awarded a Peggy Ramsay
Award and is published by Nick Hern books. It had
a public reading in Berlin in 04 and was short-listed
for the Old Vic/New Voices New York exchange later
that year. Emma has been offered a commission from
The Bush for a second play. Airsick is shortly to
be produced in LA.
Emma has travelled widely, and lived in New York,
LA and Barcelona. She has done a freefall parachute
jump, white water rafting and stayed at the Ice
Hotel in Sweden at -15 degrees. Emma nearly went
mad designing, gutting and renovating an unnecessarily
big house, which was featured in Elle Deco and the
BAFTA edition of Telegraph Interiors. She promptly
sold it. Emma is the Sheriff of Hillsboro, New Mexico.