The relationship between a boy and his mother is tarnished when the boy begins to suspect that his life is due for a great change.
Directed by Aneil Karia
Duration: 9'50'' - 2016 -
Within a split-second every preconceived notion you have about your life can be changed. Switch follows Carl on an ordinary day with his daughter and how one flash of emotion can have everlasting effects.
Funded by LONDON CALLING +
Duration: 14'50'' -2016-
Directed by Dean Puckett
Ridiculed and derided in their town; Andy and Martine are paranormal investigators that run a late night radio show on a small radio station in Devon.
They believe that not everything is what it seems; and they'll do anything to make you want to believe...
Directed by Shady El-Hamus
Duration: 6'05'' - 2013 -
The ending of a relationship, even one that's illicit carries a sadness that echo's through a person's heart for an eternity.
Directed by Eva Riley
Duration: 18'53'' - 2014 -
A young pregnant women faces a difficult decision. A tender drama about the impact that choices make upon our lives no matter what age we are.
The Agreement - trailer
The Plague (feature)
Directed by Greg Hall
Duration: 104' 16'' -2006-
A wild weekend with four teenagers from a south London estate is starting point for this multi-strand narrative done on a shoestring. Produced on a budget of £3,500 the film went on to win the inaugural Katrin Cartlidge Foundation Award at the Sarajevo Film Festival. It was picked to play in the BFI London Film festival before being sold to the BBC for Broadcast in 2007.
The Plague (2004) - Trailer
Directed by Greg Hall
Duration: 75mins - 2007 -
An experimental feature film, produced by the Manchester International Festival for it's inaugural year, takes a kaleidoscopic view of the workings of Manchester city. Scored by the late British minimalist composer Steve Martland, Kapital divided audiences upon it's premiere.
METRO "Hall’s vision for an ambiguous, debate-sparking look under the perpetually regenerating skin of a major UK city has really risen to the challenge"
Rise of the Footsoldier 3 (feature)
Directed by Zachary Adler
Duration: 99' - 2017-
The origin story of Pate Tate, one of the original characters from the franchise. Following his rise through ranks as burgeoning criminal through to feared gangster he died as.
I was the assembly editor on the film during the shoot, and also helped with the workflow for Carnaby International and editor Gabriel Foster Prior.
Rise of the Footsoldier 3: The Pat Tate Story
Gus & Son
Directed by Henry Blake
Duration: 12' 27'' - 2016 -
Gus Ferguson runs a tree felling business with his only son, Travis. Neither of the men are happy in their work or with each other. Over the course of a two-day job Gus must face the devastating truth that the family business is failing and why Travis is so desperate to take control.
Gus & Son Trailer
Directed by Leo Leigh
Duration: 6'11'' - 2016 -
Marriage and friendships shift like sands on a windy beach in Sometimes Chinese. Nigel's roadtrip is going to be like a sweet and sour nightmare that never ends.
Leo Leigh - Sometimes Chinese
The Funny One
Directed by David Winstone.
Duration: 24'17'' - 2014 -
Danny is the funny one, the character in every friendship group that makes your teen and young adult life somehow more enjoyable. But it's time for his friends to grow up and move out of their student house. And Danny isn't going to let them go easily.