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Comedy about a jaded magician who re-connects with what magic really means to him, by multi-award winning theatre, film and TV writer Nick Payne (SENSE OF AN ENDING, WANDERLUST, CONSTELLATIONS), with BAFTA and Emmy-nominated director Alex Winckler (MY MAD FAT DIARY, THIS WAY UP).
In development with the BFI
Sci-Fi following two female scientists discovering the astonishing effects of the northern lights on IQ, with sci-fi director Aurora Fearnley.
Thriller. A young Cambridge graduate tutors the children of wealthy families in hope of finding the love he once had before his whole family tragically died. His dark past brings with it a destructive force.
Writer: Miles Mantle
Co-Producer: Daisy Chain Productions
Comedy about 30-something Frankie, who is dumped by her boyfriend in a year of weddings, hen parties, baby showers and Christenings. She gets a dog to prove to everyone she can be responsible, but she spirals out of control, untrained dog in tow, and tries to get through her mid-life crisis.
Written by and Starring: Daisy Haggard (UNCLE, EPISODES, BACK TO LIFE)
THE RED RIVER
UK/Vietnam set revenge thriller. Bao works in an East End nail bar, where she plots her revenge against the gang who trafficked her sister to the UK. Written by Rebecca Crookshank.
Teen comedy. 15-year-old jokers Nat and Chris enter a grime music video competition in hope of gaining respect, but will their friendship survive the battle for fame?
Writers: Lucy Dwyer and Kirsty Smith, Director: Mustapha Kseibati, Co-Producer: Michael Berliner (Pico Pictures)
BLOW UP DOLLS
Smart Sci-Fi Comedy about a woman who rebuilds herself as an indestructible cyborg to cope with life as a single mum.
Writer: Joy Wilkinson
Romantic Comedy. Set in Birmingham’s vibrant Sparkhill, a divorced woman finds unexpected love during the Mela festival. Written by Screen International Star of Tomorrow Paven Virk.
Sci-Fi. A young AI analyst’s world is turned upside down when the characters in her computer simulation appear to reach consciousness.
Writer/Director: Richard Fenwick
FOR THE LOVE OF TREES
Comedy. A group of retirees become activists during Sheffield’s tree dispute, and find friendship through adversity.
Co-Producer: Tyke Films