Tom wrote the screenplay for Kajaki: The True Story, the BIFA and Scottish BAFTA-winning war thriller that was released across the UK in the autumn of 2014. The film was released as Kilo Two Bravo in the US and Canada in November 2015 and screened in Official Selection at the Toronto International Film Festival. Full production details are on imdb.

Tom also wrote the romantic comedy Chalet Girl, released internationally in the spring of 2011. It was directed by Phil Traill, produced by Harriet Rees and Pippa Cross and starred Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick, Tamsin Egerton, Bill Nighy, Brooke Shields, Bill Bailey and many more. It was the highest new entry in the UK in its opening weekend. Check out Chalet Girl full details on imdb.

Tom is currently writing: two major new television series, one for BBC Drama and one for ABC Studios; a true-story action film for BBC Films and Scott Free Productions; two projects for New Sparta films; a romantic comedy rewrite for Moonriver Content; a contemporary thriller for Pukka Films; a book rewrite for a West End musical; and a film with lots of dogs in it.

For Tom's other credits, see his imdb page or proimdb page. Yes, he is the 25th Tom Williams working in the film business.