David Willing has several current projects in development with production companies and independently.

They include TV and web series and feature films that have been short listed and developed through Screen Australia and Film Victoria.

His un-produced screenplays have been finalists in international screenwriting competitions.

Feature Films

The Surrogate

Natalie, single mother of Rose, is rushed to hospital with massive haemorrhaging only to be told she has given birth despite not being pregnant. When vicious paranormal attacks begin in her house, Natalie discovers the ghost of a missing child is hell-bent on destroying her family.

Final Draft Big Break - 2018 (Semi-finalist)

New York Horror Film Festival - 2018 (Finalist)

The Seduction

A relationship councillor starts a weekly clandestine sexual relationship with a mysterious woman in his consultation room who then tries to destroy his life.

Developed with the assistance of Film Victoria

Painted With Blood

A passionate art teacher must save her students from being murdered by a vicious evil spectre she accidentally conjured up.


A florist has a bomb strapped to her neck and is forced to rob a bank to save her life.

Collier Brother Syndrome

A thwarted inventor fortifies his house from an intrusive outside world and hoards it with junk whilst struggling to find a cure for his brothers failing health.

TV Series

The Binding Murders 

Detective Leya Manning is tasked to find the sadistic killer of a family in their house whilst battling to stop her western suburbs community tearing itself apart.

Africa Town

When Detective Wengel, an Ethiopian refugee, investigates the ritualistic murder of a 9 year old West African girl one of the suspects starts his own investigation into Wengel’s past and threatens to reveal her true identity.

Web Series


William Abbara, Victoria’s most experienced detective searchers for a missing young woman, when a second woman disappears he realises he’s hunting a serial killer and broadcasting yourself on the website ’T-Watch’ can cost your life.