An action-packed comedy about a disabled father and his son's crazy attempt to buy drugs so the Dad can dance with his wife for her birthday... one last time. Inspired by the real-life revelation that ecstasy can temporarily alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
Screened at BAFTA and OSCAR qualifying film festivals
Best Comedy, Crystal Palace International film festival
Best British Comedy, Discover film awards
Best Drama, Brighton Rocks film festival
Audience Award, Lonely Wolf film festival
Winner, Lift-off global network sessions
Flatshare is a cutting-edge, comedy-drama that follows the trials and tribulations of four diverse housemates living together in a run-down flat in South East London. The series explores London’s housing crisis by bringing the voices of individuals who are often marginalised to the centre of the narrative. Written by James Barber and starring Shaun Cowlishaw, Andrew Rowe, Ani Nelson and Nic Bernasconi.
A social commentary comedy web-series about the young black British experience!
Written by BAFTA nominee Nathan Bryon (Bloods, Ghosts, Benidorm).
*Winner* Screen Nation Digital Media Awards - Favourite web series & Favourite web series actor
Emigration is the act of leaving one’s native country with the intent to settle elsewhere. Mikel, an emigrant to the United Kingdom has a passion for games, his observations lead him to create a game that will change the world.
*Best Free-Fall Limelight Film Awards
Short - Mockumentary
A food delivery company has forced its staff to wear all in one cow-onesies, and they are not at all happy about it.
How will technology influence our dating habits in the future? What if you could use keyboard shortcuts and dating app shortcuts in real life? Shortcuts is a comedy that explores the extremes of dating and technology with hilarious consequences.