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  • Jason Watkins CONTACT
    Top Drawer

    People overcome tragedy and loss in their own way. Sean and Jack decided to push a filing cabinet to Cambridge.

    Fantasy
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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  • ben ward CONTACT
    THE LAST OF THE NEANDERTHALS

    Rok the last Neanderthal on earth is now
    a beggar living off the charity of humans.
    However then he learns from the outcast
    woman he shares a cave with that more
    of his kind still exist,causing a flood of
    memories from 20 years ago to come pouring
    back as he relives his Neanderthal family's
    first encounter with the bone faces- the
    humans.An encounter that proved fatal to all
    the others.

    Fantasy
    Medium Budget (< £500k)
    Feature

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  • Timothy Swiney CONTACT
    The Between

    In 11th Century Scotland, when witches ruled the night, faeries danced among the standing stones, and all manner of mystical beings haunted the forests; a young hero must face a host of strange creatures on his quest to defeat an evil witch and save his family.

    Fantasy
    Medium Budget (< £500k)
    Feature

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  • Martin Kent CONTACT
    KARMA

    Owen Moore is a 30-something dreamer. Successful in work but not in love, he drifts from one relationship to the next. Assaulted during a mugging, he "wakes" in the offices of the Knowledge And Research Management Agency - KARMA - where a guardian angel gives him the chance to sort his life out once and for all. But there's a catch...

    Fantasy
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    TV Pilot

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  • John Richardson CONTACT
    FOODOPIA

    Following the King's death in Foodopia, the land made of processed food and beverages, the 22 year old Princess has to face the ambition of a Superpower to take control of her kingdom's food mines.

    Fantasy
    High Budget (> £500k)
    Feature

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  • Kevin Silva CONTACT
    THE FROSTING ON GOOD FORTUNE

    When a go-between with a mysterious gift is mistaken for a thief and captured by a paranoid baker, he must decipher his mysterious connection to her pastries in order to be freed.

    Fantasy
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Short

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  • Ibai Canales CONTACT
    Warbringer

    After being visited by an ancient God of War while being knocked out, a young MMA fighter enters a spiral of violence and madness that pits him against the Eastern European gangsters who control his neighborhood.

    Fantasy
    Medium Budget (< £500k)
    Feature

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  • Ibai Canales CONTACT
    Warbringer

    A debutant MMA fighter gets visited by an ancient god of war while being knocked out. He soon enters a downward spiral of madness and violence as his visions pit him against the Eastern European gangsters that run his neighborhood.

    Fantasy
    Low Budget (< £100k)
    Feature

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  • Deborah Curtis CONTACT
    BOY:228

    A wartime drama like no other, BOY: 228 is a one-off original with a twist of magical realism. In the heart-warming tradition of films such as Hope and Glory, BOY: 228 evokes the war
    through the unique perspective of PETER, a child with Downs Syndrome.
    When PETER is evacuated he discovers an old BIGGLES-type book and is drawn into vivid night time dream adventures with the lantern-jawed, wise-cracking, fictional flying-ace hero ‘Chips.’ But are these dreams merely PETER’s imagination, or is he communicating with the spirit of a dead airman?

    The dream-action starts to mirror PETER’s real life.
    And it isn’t long before PETER’s dream adventures lead him into real jeopardy.

    In the midst of war, BOY: 228 is a film full of hope. Characters display bravery and endurance and discover a renewed purpose in life. And PETER becomes the unexpected hero of his own story.

    BOY: 228 has humorous, touching and powerful scenes, interspersed with adventure/action sequences. These include: night-flying and aerial dog-fights, chase sequences, a train bombing and an aerial attack on a party of school children.

    An evocative score underpins the action throughout.

    There is a fantastic reveal in the closing moments.

    Fantasy
    High Budget (> £500k)
    Feature

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  • Deborah Curtis CONTACT
    BOY:228

    A wartime drama like no other, BOY: 228 is a one-off original with a twist of magical realism. In the heart-warming tradition of films such as Hope and Glory, BOY: 228 evokes the war
    through the unique perspective of PETER, a child with Downs Syndrome.
    When PETER is evacuated he discovers an old BIGGLES-type book and is drawn into vivid night time dream adventures with the lantern-jawed, wise-cracking, fictional flying-ace hero ‘Chips.’ But are these dreams merely PETER’s imagination, or is he communicating with the spirit of a dead airman?

    The dream-action starts to mirror PETER’s real life.
    And it isn’t long before PETER’s dream adventures lead him into real jeopardy.

    In the midst of war, BOY: 228 is a film full of hope. Characters display bravery and endurance and discover a renewed purpose in life. And PETER becomes the unexpected hero of his own story.

    BOY: 228 has humorous, touching and powerful scenes, interspersed with adventure/action sequences. These include: night-flying and aerial dog-fights, chase sequences, a train bombing and an aerial attack on a party of school children.

    An evocative score underpins the action throughout.

    There is a fantastic reveal in the closing moments.

    Fantasy
    High Budget (> £500k)
    Feature

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