Barry Lewis Contact
Triggered

“TRIGGERED” - Sci-Fi Rom com – set in the near future
“To fall truly, madly, deeply in love Jim must first help save the world, or not!”

Romance
Medium Budget (< £500k)
Feature

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Gerry Byron Contact
An Ordinary Girl (RomCom)

When no-mannered Bill meets desperately shy Leanne, it is love at first sight. But how can two people who can barely communicate become soul-mates?

Romance
High Budget (> £500k)
Feature

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Will Morris Contact
Waiting Around

A letter of complaint about a badly cooked pizza at an Italian restaurant starts off a chain of events that bemuse the staff and leads to trouble.

Comedy
Medium Budget (< £500k)
Feature

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Anthony Cole Contact
A Walk Amongst Roses

When a desperate husband finds out his paralysed wife wishes to end her life, he invent's the world's first virtual reality machine in a bid to change her mind.

Drama
Low Budget (< £100k)
Short

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Ben Robins Contact
An Audience

A drunken one night stand hits the skids when Becca's weird kinks and mysterious intentions become clear.

Comedy
Low Budget (< £100k)
Short

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Athena Mandis Contact
Northern Exposure

A female character led visual drama. King Lear meets Chekov's Three Sisters. Where the past smashes into the present.

Drama
Medium Budget (< £500k)
Feature

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Gaia Martinelli-Bunzl Contact
Ziggy Saw

When his dream of becoming a rock star doesn't pan out, a disillusioned musician goes on a rampant murderous spree of successful musicians.

Drama
Low Budget (< £100k)
Short

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Bob Baldwin Contact
Man Called Elizabeth

A feature length presentation of 3 weird and very modern comedies written by Dr ‘The’ Rik Mayall and Bob Baldwin. Three stories about greed avarice and vanity. Couldn't be more timely.


1 Gentlemen of London.
Future Gothic comedy horror.

Mario has a fantastic business concept. Anyone with the money can be beautiful and popular, just like Elizabeth. An awful look at vanity, facial surgery, avarice and the nature of identity.

2 Handbags. A Fairy Tale.
Part romantic sci-fi -drama - part surrealist comedy nightmare.

Be of good cheer, humanity’s future is bright, nature and life have been harnessed for the benefit of all. Only one troglodyte sect won’t accept this - the average English husband.

3 One Last Indulgence.
A black comedy.

A simple stroke of horrendous luck and Elizabeths plans for the day go horribly wrong. Its Karma and life goes on, regardless. An outrageously unlikely exercise in gallows humour, a comedy horror set within an entirely plausible spiral of misadventures.



Indie
High Budget (> £500k)
Feature

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Marina F Contact
It Takes a Village

Following the death of her father, Ariel Streven returns to her hometown for the first time in ten years. She encounters old friends, crazy relatives and a former flame, triggering a series of catastrophic events.

Comedy
Low Budget (< £100k)
Feature

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Will Morris Contact
Playing Away

A professional footballer’s preparation for the crucial last game of the season is disrupted when he can’t produce a fluid sample for a surprise drugs test. Things get worse when the drug testers, along with the people around him allow their emotions, agendas and club loyalties to get involved.

Comedy
Low Budget (< £100k)
Feature

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