Our Slate of Projects
From Feature & Short Films to Web Series

Completed Short Films

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A Short Film.

When a Clown is late for a kids birthday party he is sent packing. But where do clowns go?

Finding a home is all he seeks!

Starring

Cameron Orr

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The first of our

Trilogy of Shorts.

As a Dad concentrates on work, he listens to his wife quietly singing a lullaby to their new born baby through the baby-monitor. What could possibly go wrong?

 

Starring Calum Verrecchia and Deborah Whyte.

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The second of our

Trilogy of Shorts.

 

Billy just wants peace to read his book. Marge just wants a plate of ice cream. The Doctor told them to write stuff down as old age makes you forget things. When Billy goes to the kitchen to get Marge her plate of ice cream, will he forget?

 

Starring Phil Rainford

and Wendy Barrett

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The third of our

Trilogy of Shorts.

It's Margaret's 40th birthday. Margaret loves birthday cake. But Margaret is allergic to cake. She gives in to her craving. 

 

What could possibly

go wrong?.

 

Starring Wendy Barrett

and George Bowers

Ongoing Projects

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The Pilot for our 30 minute sketch show is now in pre-production.

 

A combination of comedy skits, spooky stories, and funny songs.

 

We want to encourage new and up-and-coming talent in Scotland. So, get in touch if you are a comic, performer, actor, writer, or content provider.

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.

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In development, this Web Series project tells the story of Chad and Nathan that share a flat but not much else..

We follow their daily lives with ironic consequences.

More to follow soon.

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Web Series.

This is the story of two ancient civilisations living at other ends of the Milky Way Galaxy.

We explore what it is to be human, relationships and moral dilemmas.

 

Emit (M8), a lone galactic soldier fights against the odds and uncovers a plot that will rock the very foundations of the Human race. We are not what we think we were.