Petch's debut feature film 'The Patrol' won the Raindance Film Festival, and was released to critical acclaim: 'Guerilla Film Making' (The Telegraph); 'first time writer-director Tom Petch makes a powerful impression with this tough, smart war movie' (Peter Bradshaw, Guardian); 'A former soldier's award-winning film about disillusioned troops in Afghanistan is impressive' (Mark Kermode, Observer). He since founded Dark Wave and has new features in development.
Hard hitting charity film that premiered before James Bond 'Spectre'.
David Reviews 4 stars
UK theatrical trailer for winner of the Raindance film festival.
Guardian 4 stars
F1 'New Boy'
Two of Britain's greatest drivers discuss the Silverstone Grand Prix.
"I have been that angry soldier... If you don't believe that any of these aspects can or have occurred, then take assurance from an old hand... they have and they do. Soldiers soldier, not because of orders, not for patriotism, not for money, not for love... they do it for the man next to them, and the respect that comes from that service... that title 'Soldier'."
Afghan Veteran's review of 'The Patrol'