Synopsis: Alexander Mcqueen’s rags-to-riches story is a modern-day fairy tale laced with the gothic. Mirroring the savage beauty, boldness and vivacity of his design, this film is an intimate revelation of Mcqueen’s own world, both tortured and inspired, which celebrates a radical and mesmerising genius of profound influence.
Released June 2015
Sales Agent: BBC Worldwide
UK Distributor: Entertainment One
Director: Jane Preston
Synopsis: with an exclusive interview with Paul “Gazza” Gascoigne, this film charts his rise to stardom and becoming Britain’s highest paid and most loved footballer, the world cup, injuries, and his fall from grace due to alcoholism.
Football Film Festival Sydney 2015
Foyle Film Festival Derry 2015
Total Football Festival Holland 2015
Input Festival Amsterdam 2015
Offside Film Festival Barcelona 2016
Focal International Awards 2016
Berlin 11mm Film Festival 2016
Thinking Film Festival Bilbao 2016
Hinche Film Festival Mexico, 2016
11mm Goes Brussels, 2016
Flutlicht Fussball Festival Basel, 2017
Offside Film Festival Italy, 2018
Released October 2016
Sales Agent: Embankment Films
UK Distributor: Lionsgate
Director: Paul Van Carter
Writer: Paul Van Carter
Synopsis: a biographical documentary about street fighter Lenny Mclean, presented by his only son Jamie. from his violent upbringing in 1950s East London, Lenny rose to fame when he won the title of “The Guv’nor” from Roy Shaw, and went on to star in “Lock stock and two smoking barrels”.
Nominated For Best Documentary, East End Film Festival 2016
Nominated Best Action, National Film Awards 2017
Release Summer 2018
Director: Paul Van Carter
UK Distributor: Lionsgate
Synopsis: a full-access biographical investigation into the life of former gangster Fredie Foreman, now aged 85, and often referred to as the Godfather of British Crime. This film, panning from The Blitz to 1960s underworld London, to the 1980s Shoreditch Heist, gets under the skin of a villain seeking catharsis from his sins.
Cph:dox Copenhagen 2018
In Competition East End Film Festival 2018
The Spy Who Fell To Earth
Release Spring 2019
Director: Thomas Meadmore
International Sales: Kew Media
Synopsis: shortly after midday on 27th June 2007, a man falls from the balcony of his fifth floor London apartment, and dies shortly afterwards. Did he jump? Or was he pushed? The man is Ashraf Marwan: an Egyptian multi-millionaire and the son-in-law of the Egyptian president, recently outed as a spy who had betrayed his country by working for their greatest enemy, Israel. Was he murdered for being a traitor? Or could he have been a double agent, paying the price for working undercover for Egypt? This is the untold story of the 20th Century’s greatest secret agent, playing out as a high stakes espionage thriller and whodunnit against the backdrop of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It features unprecedented testimony from key protagonists, dramatic reconstruction, and access to the original transcripts from the coroner’s inquest.
Release Fall 2018
Director: Rob Ryan
Writer: Rob Ryan
Synopsis: in one of the most dangerous towns in America, a commune of nuns run an illegal cannabis farm amongst cartel, native tribes, addicts, and the local sheriff. The Sisters of the Valley is run by Sister Kate – under repeated armed attack from gangs, she hasn’t given up. As cannabis is set to become the first billion-dollar industry not dominated by men, this film looks at one woman caught up in a modern day wild west.
My Design Life
Director: Helena Coan
Synopsis: a singular, charming portrait of Frank Stephenson, one of the most important and influential car designers in the world, whose designs range from high- concept hypercars such as the McLaren P1 to everyday city such as the iconic new Mini. It tells the colourful and nomadic story of Frank’s life, from Morocco in the 60s to Istanbul and Spain, exploring his love for cars and his dynamic relationship with his father. Frank’s infectious personality guides us through his creative process: his talent, his love for his pet dogs, his enthusiasm, passion, humour and his obsession with good design. By revisiting the places which shaped Frank and his designs, the film is structured as a journey of rediscovery, told alongside a new journey as he embarks upon his most ambitious project to date, a new age of mobility with Lilium’s electric VTOL flying taxi.
Billion Dollar Game
Synopsis: the definitive feature documentary on video gaming, wrapped around the record-breaking title Grand Theft Auto V: a global cultural phenomenon which has sold nearly a billion copies. With major, unprecedented access secured to Rockstar Games co-founder Jamie King, the film takes its cue from Grand Theft Auto’s signature style: a mixture of depravity, pop culture and slapstick with an eclectic soundtrack. The video games industry makes twice as much money as the global box office; this film pays homage to the art form of the future while digging deep into the gripping human stories of ambition, talent and conflict behind the scenes of the game that changed the face of entertainment.
Release June 2016
Sales Agent: Zodiak Rights
UK Distributor: Discovery Channel
Director: Peter Williams MBE
Writer: Peter Williams MBE
Synopsis: when his son was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, to raise awareness for the disease Alex Smith completed a triathlon taking him over 15 hours – carrying his son the entire way.
Winner Best Documentary Milan International Festival 2016
In Competition Santa Barbara Film Festival 2016
Winner Impact Doc Awards 2016
Director: Phil Griffin
Writer: Phil Griffin
Sales Agent: TBA
Jan Fabre is a Belgian artist whose work is never far from controversy. Surrender focuses on his intense preparations for one of the most radical theatre projects of all time: Mount Olympus, a 24 hour performance with 27 actors on stage.
Premiered in special presentation at RomaEuropa 2017
Release Spring 2018
Sales Agent: Goldcrest
US Distributor: Saboteur Media
Director: King Adz
Writer: King Adz
Synopsis: the life story of the world’s most notorious art smuggler, Michel Van Rijn, the prime suspect in the Isabella Gardner heist – who in the course of the film shockingly confesses to being a mossad assassin throughout the 1970s.