• Jane Marlow Contact
    Road to Damascus

    (This is in response to the shout out for submissions to the Queer Pitch Special.)
    Set in the harsh cultural cauldron of East London, Road to Damascus is a modern, heart-warming romance between three young people from very different backgrounds that exposes the fragility of friendship, preconceptions and parameters of sexual desire.

    LGBT
    High Budget (> £500k)
    Feature

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  • Afonso Palma Contact
    Haxan

    My film is a Supernatural Mystery called Haxan, it is about a teenage girl called Cary who lives with her strict mother trying to discover her sexuality, since she has started to explore herself a coven of witches has started to take interest in her, unknown if their intentions are good or bad.

    Thriller
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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  • Nathan Evans Contact
    The Grey Liberation Front

    [FOR QUEER PITCH, PLEASE] A gentleman called Joan lands like a colourful explosive cocktail in a suburban retirement home and, in this unlikely setting, at this unlikely time of life, is offered love and acceptance by another gentleman resident. But will Joan and his fellow residents accept the most outrageous proposal of all? Cue wedding bells…

    Drama
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Feature

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  • Jamie Palmer Contact
    Mould

    Mel, 65, fulfils the fantasies of Brian, 29, dressed as a plastic doll. As her obsession with looking young escalates and the relationship becomes more controlling Mel begins to transform into the doll.

    Horror
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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  • Jake Mackintosh Contact
    The Nursing Home

    A black comedy of grief, loneliness and the draw of home. Pensioner Edwina struggles to define her place in the world after she is placed in a nursing home by her emigrating son after the death of her husband.

    Drama
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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  • Andy McCormick Contact
    Mr. Weaver's 12:30

    Josh, a self-absorbed workaholic finds himself off-schedule when his train arrives at an unknown destination. The station is empty, his phone doesn’t work and the backpacker he gets stuck with isn’t in the mood to talk. A nearby house offers Josh the chance to get back on his corporate course, but which is the more important meeting? A parable about connections, the right targets and the wrong shoes for a muddy field.

    Drama
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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  • Janice Hallett Contact
    Tag

    Set in the anti-social sub-culture of graffiti gangs, this dark, brooding story explores male obsession, voice, identity, gender and the destructive power of anonymity.

    LGBT
    High Budget (> £500k)
    Feature

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  • Ian Noakes Contact
    The Damaged

    When she discovers her husband is responsible for a series of brutal home invasions, a self-absorbed housewife must concoct a perilous plot to save her son from his father's escalating destructive influence.

    Drama
    Medium Budget (< £500k)
    TV Pilot

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  • Stephen Worthington Contact
    Foothold.

    A climbing instructor is forced to use his ingenuity and skills to save his inept brother from a vengeful career criminal who has sworn to kill them both.

    Action & Adventure
    Medium Budget (< £500k)
    Feature

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  • Phil Johnstone Contact
    The Inescapable Cave

    After collapsing in his office a scientist is left questioning the nature of reality and his own sanity. He must make a choice that will determine his fate.

    Sci-Fi
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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