Padlock (2017) - 17:41
From the outside Matt and Julie seem like the perfect couple but a locked cabinet in the bathroom holds a terrible secret.
A film supported by The Mankind Initiative and TenUK.
Junior (2017) - 04:14
A brother and sister struggle through a graveside eulogy. The deceased having played a part in shaping their adult lives.
This is our entrance into the Colchester Film Festival 60 hour film challenge for 2017. Everything you see in this five minute short was done in a 60 hour period. From writing, shooting, editing and deivering.
Colchester 60 hour Film Competition (2017)
Stay (2016) - 20:34
Julian is struggling to come to terms with the death of his wife. He has shut down and cut himself off from the people in his life.
One day, whilst sitting in his Chesterfield chair looking out of his window, he sees a dog. Intrigued, he approaches the dog. As Julian tries to reach out the dog runs away into the forrest that sits at the end of his garden. Julian follows the dog and he is transported through memories from his life that spans all four seasons.
Julian's story is about love, hope and regret.
Aesthetica Film Festival (2016)
Fort Lauderdale Film Festival (2016)
LA Indie Film Festival (2016)
Omaha Film Festival (2016)
New Renaissance Film Festival (2016)
Melbourne Indie Film Festival (2016)
Sydney Indie Film Festival (2016)
Southampton International Film Festival (2016)
Montelupo Fiorentino International Film Festival (2016)
Oxford Film Festival (2017)
'88' (2015) - 05:00
A father arrives at the site of his son's tragic roadside accident only to engage in conversation with a stranger.
This is our entrance into the Colchester Film Festival 60 hour film challenge. Everything you see in this five minute short was done in a 60 hour period. From writing, shooting, editing and deivering.
Colchester 60 hour Film Competition (2015) 3rd PLACE WINNER
The Cell (2014) - 10:46
Five Strangers. Five Stories. One Attack.
On the day of a terrorist attack in London a man sends a text message for four seemingly unrelated people. The message simply reads, "At 9pm we flip the switch". All of these strangers have experienced loss and they all have reasons to hate but why are they planning this attack and what does it mean for the unsuspecting people of the city?
Phnom Penh International Film Festival (2014)
Jersey Shore Shorts Film Festival (2014)
Woods Hole Film Festival (2014)
The Kiss (2012) - 3:03
What would you say to the woman you love to stop her leaving?
The Kiss played at multiple film festivals and won Shooting People's Film-of-the-month. A short and simple story with no character dialogue.
"This film is mysterious and touching. In a few short minutes it gives the sense of how people connect together in cities, There's little synch sound and it is as pure as silent cinema."
FILM CRITIC MARK COUSINS
Shooting People (Film-Of-The-Month Feb 2012)
Budapest International Short Film Festival (2011)
Branchage Film Festival (2011)
Porto7 International Short Film Festival (2011)
Portobello International Film Festival (2011)
Can Too International Film Festival (2011)
Walthamstow International Film Festival (2011)
Frontman (2010) - 104 minutes
Frontman is the story of five stranger becoming friends for the second time.
Dave Briggs has always been in his brother's shadow. When Stan suddenly dies Dave is reunited with his old school friends and band mates. All now in their 40s and unhappy with the way their lives have turned out. This is a story about struggle with life, coping with death and playing soft rock along the way.
Frontman is a feature film made with no budget. We have an excellent cast and dedicated crew and somehow managed to pull a feature film out of the bag that played at Film Festivals all over the world.
Swansea Bay International Film Festival (Best International Feature Film 2011)
Amsterdam International Film Festival (Best Mock-U-Mentary 2011)
SoCal Film Festival (Best-Of-Fest/Best Feature/Best Actor/Best Actress 2011)
Tenerife International Film Festival (Best Feature Film 2011)
Philadelphia Independent Film Festival (Honourable Mention Best Comedy Feature 2011)
London Independent Film Festival (2011)
Hoboken International Film Festival (2011)
Madrid International Film Festival(2012)
Oxford International Film Festival (2012)