SHORTS • FEATURES • DOCUMENTARIES • DEVELOPMENT • POST
A collection of simple shorts, vignettes and proof-of-concepts for upcoming productions
The Rose of No Man's Land
Proof of Concept
A proof of concept for our World War One Feature, currently in development.
This short film shows the style and potential for the larger project and features haunting performances from newcomers Meg Suddaby and Eleanor Burgess as well as established actors Kellie Bright and Diana Weston as real-life icon of the first world war, Edith Cavell.
The feature is written by Sydney Stevenson and we are currently seeking funding for further development.
A 60 second short film, simple, quick and effective.
He visits the same flower stall every day, but can't quite find the words to explain what he's looking for... until now.
Written & Directed by Matthew McPherson & Andrew Martyn-Lewis, "For You" was shot in just 2 hours in 2014 and finished within 48 hours of shooting. An exercise is quick, simple film-making.
Left a Jar
Conceived as an answer to brief calling for films of exactly 3 minutes in length, Left a Jar tells the quirky story of a young man with a unique vocation in life.
The young man in question is played expertly by Daniel Simonsen, voiced by Alastair Clayton.
The film, directed by Stuart Laws was shot in just half a day with minimal lighting and set-ups.
Over to you at 2
Conceived as an answer to brief calling for films of 12 minutes or under, to feature only one single shot. This film examines the complexities of love and relationship from a surprising group of radio phone-in callers with an unexpected connection.
Featuring comedy performers Phoebe Walsh and Mat Ewins, the film was wrtten, produced and directed by Stuart Laws in 2013 with the visual element of the story being completed in four 12-minute takes.