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Death Of The Revolution
When Tony is told off for stealing a pencil, his ten year-old logic seethes at the injustice. What course of action is open to him other than to inspire juvenile revolt? With thrust, justice and his comrade pupils marching by his side, what can possibly stop him...?
Bath time dirty-talk goes tits-up.
American zoologist Mark has fallen in love with London, with London's drinking culture and with moth scientist Sarah - but could she ever love a man whose job it is to wank a panda? And will Panda’s relationship advice help or hinder his keeper?
Can the pirates save the girl?
Architects For Film – A BAFTA Masterclass In Production Design.
David Wasco & Sandy Reynolds-Wasco have created some of cinema's most iconic settings. This film explores their work with Tarantino, Wes Anderson, Michael Mann & more.
Jacque Le Cock
Two transmissions concerning philosophical and physical freedom by one of France's leading parkour experts.
Learn With Andrew: The Russian Revolution.
Not long after Russia was invented in 1800 by Jar Nicholas II, his people grew tired of his fancy living and revolted. That's how it started, right?
The Winter Sprite
It's time for the Winter Sprite to wake up and have some fun.
He's looking for a home...
The Sofa Sketches
Life as a couple all seen from a very specific angle.
Shelter: Homes For London
Homes for London campaigns on behalf of Londoners to improve the cities housing, sadly, unlike Transport for London, HfL doesn't actually exist so you probably can't even watch these films...
Abstract / Nouns
A play in which a woman called Polly declares war on Time and all the other abstract concepts that dominate her life.
What Time Do You Call This?
Every woman's dream.
The Ice Lady
Some advice from the Ice Lady about her favourite time of year.
In 1824, conductor Michael Umlauf prepared to perform Beethoven’s 9th Symphony for its premiere – however he had worries about one of Beethoven’s new musical innovations...
A series of short interviews with some of the most exciting new dancers at the English National Ballet.
A play about arts cuts which is cut short by a protest about arts cuts.
Kitty, Kitty Romford
Kitty, Kitty Romford is having a tough day, she's just an ordinary dame, but her boss won't get off her back and she's inner monologuing out loud again...
The 48hr Film Challenge.
Three films each dragged from conception to completion in only 48hrs.
Dum Dum De Dum.
Every man's nightmare.
Go! Team: Keys To The City.
A music video we made for the ProMax Awards.
Steel Pulse: Global Warning.
A music video for legendary reggae group Steel Pulse.
Mr.Hudson vs Sway: Ask The DJ
A music video for Sway's remix of Ask the DJ by Ben Hudson back when he still had his own library...
The Immediate: Stop & Remember.
A music video for Irish 3-piece The Immediate.
Twisted Charm: The London Scene
A music video for experimental pop band Twisted Charm's debut single.
Special Needs: Blue Skies
Music Video for Special Needs 2nd single, "Blue Skies".
Special Needs: Francesca
Music Video for Special Needs' debut single on Poptones.
Art Brut: Formed A Band
Animated music video for the debut single by Rocklands favourites Art Brut.
Danny’s Found Jesus
Devout atheist Keith Malin is on the offensive when he meets up with his friend Danny, freshly back from the States and now a born-again Christian. What neither realises is that they are both in for a bit of a shock...
Old Man Dies
A love letter to a dead woman from a dying man.
When Tony and Sophie have a dinner party, Sophie demands that Tony invite his old friend Bernard who she's never met. Tony agrees but neglects to mention something important about Bernard...
When a misanthrope called Russell Square falls under a tube train he could be forgiven for thinking his troubles are over. However, when he finds he has fallen into the arms of an Angel called Islington he realises that his troubles are just beginning...
If Looks Could Kill
A cowboy shootout with no guns and a funk soundtrack.
Willum Shakespeare’s It’s A Short Film About…
Four sketches in which we grapple with some of life's big themes.
Crowd Scene For Existentialists
The peaceful philosophising of Jean and Ruth is disturbed by Paul who wants to post a letter, causing all three to question the name of reality.
The Bible According To Charlie
A collection of clips from our first feature film, an adaptation of the Bible which we shot one long summer whilst still at school.