IMPERIAL BLUE  (Feature Film)

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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.

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Season 21 Episodes 36 and 37

BBC broadcast 2019

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. 

First shown10pm 2 Dec 2019

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. 

First shown10pm 9 Dec 2019

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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


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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.

Cast & Crew

MichaelMontel Bowen

Grandma - Angela Wynter

Sister - Liani Samuel

Dad - Kevin Mathurin

Mum - Sharlene Whyte

Director - Perry White

Producer - Dominic Bolton

Connor O'Hara - executive producer

Thomas Wightman - executive producer



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?

Selom Awadzi
(Attack the Block)
Alessandro Babalola (Macbeth, Flesh and Bone)
Phil Barantini (Band of Brothers, Ned Kelly, Chernobyl)
Dean Kilbey (All the Money in the World, Love Possibly)



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.



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

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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



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.

The short had its premiere at the Manchester International Film Festival in March 2019. It has since been screened at Dorking Film Festival, Oxford International Film Festival, Lanzarote Film Festival and was awarded a ‘Best Local Short’ award at the Newbury Film Festival. Ballerino was also awarded a ‘Short of the Year' prize by Promofest.

Ballerino Premiered online in August of 2019 via the Youtube channel ‘Omeleto’. You can watch the film below.


Screen South, Arts Council England and Genera Films Funded

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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.

Belle and Bamber had it's UK festival premiere and it's first public screening in January of 2017 as part of the London Short Film Festival. It had a USA festival premiere in 2017 as part of the Atlanta Film Festival. It has been subsequently screened at Encounters in Bristol, Aesthetica in York, Dragon Con, Crystal Palace Film Festival, Birmingham Film Festival, Beeston Film Festival and Norwich Film Festival.


 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



A Comedy about the struggles of a modern relationship.



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.