top of page
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn Social Icon
  • Twitter Classic
  • Facebook Classic
  • imdb_fb_logo-1730868325._CB499606982_




“A couple’s relationship is at a cross roads - as Fred attempts to break up with Holly, she thinks he’s about to propose.

But will an impromptu chess game finally force the truth to come out?”

Written & Directed by Cian Llewellyn.

Produced by Jack Pollington.

Starring: Chris Lew Kum Hoi, Nell Barlow and Syrus Lowe.


review shakespear.png


Twenty love poems are weaved together to create a fresh and original story set in contemporary Britain. 

Including Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day and My Mistress’ Eyes are Nothing Like the Sun, four lovers show us how Shakespeare’s words, with their raw emotion and feeling, are as relevant today as they were more than 400 years ago. The four narrators’ relationships are at different stages, from falling in love to moving on. 

Featuring EastEnders and Strictly Come Dancing star Rose Ayling-Ellis along with Eloka Ivo, Eben Figueiredo and Ioanna Kimbook

The Read - Shakespear.png
Fools Mate Poster.png


“A couple’s relationship is at a cross roads - as Fred attempts to break up with Holly, she thinks he’s about to propose.

But will an impromptu chess game finally force the truth to come out?”

Written & Directed by Cian Llewellyn.

Produced by Jack Pollington.

Starring: Chris Lew Kum Hoi, Nell Barlow and Syrus Lowe.



Season 1 - Episode 4

Bafta-nominated actor Liv Hill (Three Girls, Jellyfish, The Great, The Serpent Queen) performs A Vision of Loveliness from the novel by Louise Levene, a darkly comic work that reveals the seedy underbelly of London in the 1960s, rich with period detail. We follow a young woman's rise through the social ranks of her peculiar world. A Vision of Loveliness is a novel grounded in the grubby glamour of the 1960s, but it speaks sharply to the societal, financial and aesthetic pressures of being a woman today

the read ep4.png


A troubled young man stumbles upon a creative community group and becomes acquainted with the leader.

Cast & Crew

Hanson - Ola Orebiyi

Sam - Michael Akinsulire

Director - Michael Mante

Jennie Scott - producer

Jamie Gamache - producer

Connor O'Hara - executive producer

Thomas Wightman - executive producer


the read ep2.png


Season 1 - Episode 2

Based on the novel published in 1982 by Bruce Chatwin, On the Black Hill is about identical twin brothers who grow up on a farm in rural Wales and never leave home. They till the rough soil and sleep in the same bed, touched only occasionally by the advances of the 20th century. By depicting the lives of Benjamin and Lewis, and their interactions with their small local community, Chatwin comments movingly on the larger questions of human experience. 

On the Black Hill is a novel that portrays themes of unrequited love, sexual repression and confusion, social, religious and cultural repression, hate, and the historic social values of rural Britain. 

Narrated by Callum Scott Howells and directed by Luke J Collins, the film combines a performance reading with flashback imagery.

rev poster.tif


Once, Neil Marlow's life was a spontaneous festival of frivolity, friends and funk music. Now, it's one of OAPs, weekly bingo and ready-meals.  Neil Marlow (aka The Rev) has chosen a life of the cloth above a life of liberalism. Like so many before him, he is convinced that his sexuality and extroverted personality are incompatible with his religious beliefs. This is the story of that struggle. The struggle of repression and rejection, of the vain attempt to leave a part of himself behind in the belief that he will somehow be happier if he inhibits his true self. 

the rev.png

IMPERIAL BLUE  (Feature Film)

Now available on AMAZON and ITUNES


Hugo Winter a roguish American drug smuggler, travels to Uganda in an attempt to export a large amount of Bulu, a sacred herb that grants the user visions of their future. Upon arriving in Kampala, he soon discovers that his only means of achieving this is through two sisters with competing agendas, born-again Kisakye and rebellious Angela, who come from the remote village of Makaana where the Bulu is grown. As they lead Hugo deeper into the jungle and further into their web of deceit, it is unclear if his drug-addled prophecies are helping his quest or clouding his future.



A diffident teen blossoms after her transformative day with a beautiful bearded builder.

With Libby Mai, Jodie Mitchell, Lucy Garner, Kemah Bob and Jacqui Bardelang.

Written and directed by Rhona Foster 

Produced by Tuli Litvak

Supported by Film Hub South East as part of BFI NETWORK.

river city.jpg


Season 21 Episodes 36 and 37

BBC broadcast

Episode 36   (57min)

Lenny's position as kingpin in Shieldinch is under threat. Maggie thinks her dating days are over, while Bob gets closer to Nicole at all costs. 

Episode 37   (58min)

A shock discovery forces Angus to face his feelings. Meanwhile, a shaken-up Scarlett organises a self-defence class, and Maggie worries that Alex is on a path of self-destruction. 



This short film stars Game of Thrones Actor Joseph Altin and was funded by Screen South Ignition Network for Channel 4's Random Acts platform. It premiered on Thursday 10th of November as part of the second series of Random Acts TV Programme, hosted by Jordan Stephens. It was subsequently featured in comedy reaction show Gogglebox. The short has been released online by Channel 4 through the Random Acts site.

The short also had a successful festival run featuring in Encounters, London Comedy Festival, Austin Comedy Festival, Bonebat Comedy Horror Festival and Indie Flicks. The short was the subsequently theatrically screened at Electric Cinemas before the film Free Fire in April of 2017.

Mudlarks stills001.tif


Two 15 year old homeless girls share a tent on the bank of the River Thames. A tent so small they sleep in shifts, scraping the living they do by mudlarking on the river and selling their finds. They live in the protective utopia of each other until one of them fails to return home one night. Skylar, a selective mute, is left with a decision: leave the tent- their entire world- or stay and hope Ansel returns. She takes the decision to go and look for Ansel, with dire consequences- both girls falling prey to child trafficking.

Nominated for Best editing - British Shot Film Festival 2021


HOME BY 8:30

A teenager tries his best to hide his involvement in a violent encounter, attempting to sneak back home after an evening out. However, his family is waiting for his arrival so that they can all eat together. While the night plays out, we follow the conflicted son of a family who is challenged by both the trauma of a recent altercation and his intentions to conceal it by any means from those who would care most, but also expect better.

Director - Perry White

Producer - Dominic Bolton

Connor O'Hara - executive producer

Thomas Wightman - executive producer



How does it feel to be free? Best friends Kay and Jenna are reuniting after being separated by prison. But reigniting what they had before isn't straightforward.

BFI Flare London (March, 2023)
London Short Film Festival London (Jan 2023)
Aesthetica Film Festival York (Nov, 2022)


Written & Directed by Nia Child

Produced by Jessi Gutch

Starring: Shona Babayemi and Natasha Jean Sparkes


The countdown is on. ‘Just a Kiss’ follows Mia, a student in #York who becomes a victim of #stalking. First episode launches here on 12 October If you feel you may be a victim of stalking, visit, or call 01609 643 100 #JustAKissFilm


Sky Arts - Unlocked 

Birds takes place in the aftermath of Kediye's unexpected arrest, told from the perspective of his partner Sophia who is suddenly alone with limited contact. An intimate and honest exploration of the impact of prison of both inmates and their loved ones: this is a story of love, resilience and hope. The series ‘Unlocked’ – saw a wide range of local artists bringing their observations on the world around us to TV for the first time. The artists were selected from an open-call and applicants were invited to submit their ideas for short films responding to the question ‘what does it mean to be free?’. The concept of ‘freedom’ being one of the Coventry City of Culture’s main themes. Rural Media mentored and produced the film with Susie Sillet

why me.png



Naima, a lacklustre bookies assistant's life is a jenga set of problems waiting to fail but what will tip her over the edge?

why me.jpg

Dream Big

A BFI Network developed short film, written and directed by Pip Swallow.

After being passed over for a big promotion at work, Miranda discovers that she can control the world via her model railway set. A bittersweet comedy about a derailed woman, trying to mould herself to the institution but ultimately finding the power within to create her own.



Set in a topsy-turvy world where football is only for girls and ballet is the manliest pursuit there is, Ballerino follows one working class boy as he defies society and his father’s wishes for him to be a ballerina in favour of his repressed fascination with his sister's sport; football.



A miserable hotel performer learns to express herself when she falls in love with a walrus. She struggles to use her voice until one day, she finds the curious animal sitting in her bathtub. And who knows, this encounter might just be the making of her. Listen to Me Sing is a stop-motion animated short film, with sets clad in fabric with a monochrome colour palette.

Director - Isabel Garrett

Producer - Emily Everdee

Writer - Rosamund Attwood

misconduct 2.png


Annie and Daniel are a miserable middle-aged professional couple who want what they can't have - but that doesn't stop them pursuing their goals via any selfish, unsavoury means possible.


Annie - Lesley Harcourt

Daniel - Gerard Gilroy

Ruth - Corinna Marlowe

Melissa - Sofia Barclay

Belle and Ba,ber.png


Belle and Bamber was made with the support of Creative England and the BFI.NETWORK through the iShorts scheme. The film stars up and coming young actress Amelia Crouch as Belle and Emily Joyce as her strict but caring Mother. The cast also includes Alex Babic as the voice of the vindictive and manipulative Bamber.



If you're black in the UK, the police are 10 times more likely to stop and search you. How would they feel if it was the other way around?



A Comedy about the struggles of a modern relationship.


sunday dinner poster.jpg
Untitled Sequence.01.tif


Meet the Morgans: A snapshot of the perfect family. Ian, An authoritative patriarch, His doting wife, Cassandra the quintessential housewife. Their children, Jenna, musically gifted and well mannered and Timmy, Smarter than the average 10 year old, often seen but never heard. You are invited to Sunday Dinner with the Morgans, Join us in delicious food and delectable depravity. It is going to be one hell of a meal.


Completed in 2014 the short played at over 20 festivals in 6 countries winning various awards including a Southern Royal Television Society 2015 award and a Best Undergrad award at the Learning on Screen 2015.




 A kitchen-sink drama that focuses on the dynamics of a Pakistani family as a father is forced to deal with the dilemma of his daughter’s Western attitudes.   

Written & Directed - Myriam Raja

Cinematography - Alana Mejia Gonzalez

bottom of page