Some Sweet Oblivious Antidote

SHORT FILM - IN PRODUCTION: Starring Sir Lenny Henry and directed by Christina Ebohon-Green with support from Creative England and BFI NET.WORK. A mother is driven to distraction by her Shakespeare-quoting daughter until a therapist tries a theatrical plan.

After Louise

FEATURE FILM - IN POST PRODUCTION: Kath, a shy young woman, runs out on her seaside hotel wedding in search of the mother she has been separated from since childhood. She accidentally kidnaps Bob, a reclusive hotel gardener with a sinister secret, who is taking an emotional journey of reconciliation. The pair embark on a darkly comic road trip to reconnect with memories from the past.

The Beat Beneath My Feet

FEATURE FILM – Comedy/Drama. Nominated at Berlinale, Raindance, BIFA. Tom, a teenage loner, dreams of becoming a rock star but feels thwarted by his God-fearing single mother, Mary. Tom recognises an intimidating new neighbour as disgraced rock guitarist, Max Stone, who had disappeared presumed dead years earlier. Tom agrees not to reveal Stone to the authorities on condition that he teaches him the dark arts of rock guitar. As their relationship develops both man and boy find their way from rock hell to rock redemption.

City Slacker

Feature Film - Romantic Comedy. Amanda is a corporate highflier who needs a slacker so she can have a baby and keep her career.

The Lover’s Heart

Feature Film - Romantic Drama A grieving young Londoner travels to a remote part of Scotland to find comfort in a small fishing community. But when they discover the secret motive behind his journey the limits of friendship and tolerance are tested to the extreme.


3 part Television Series. A powerful, romantic drama about a young woman’s struggle to overcome a difficult childhood and find love.


Feature Film - Coming of age drama. The intense struggle to survive in an upside-down world leads to a new understanding that gives Danny and Jack both hope for the future.

Like Jack Webb

Feature Film - high concept comedy thriller. When Movie star Jack Webb quips that he's had enough of fame he hardly expects his number one fan to turn him into a nobody. Like Jack Webb exposes the world of celebrity at it's darkest and most lunatic.

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