We are currently developing and packaging Nefarious, a noir political thriller set in London that strikes a tone somewhere between Body Heat and House of Cards. Potential seed investors with an interest in EIS tax relief (see investment page) will be guided through the process by our experienced film investment lawyer.
We are also developing The Contessa, a crime romantic comedy set in New Mexico, which is a highly film incentivised state, with stunning settings. We have a talented executive team in place, key locations agreed, post- production facilities and a financing plan underway that reflects the project’s re-conceptualisation as a high concept US independent film.READ MORE
A charming lawyer falls for a power hungry socialite who helps him into politics, but her sex games and dark past threaten to ruin his success…READ MORE
A bad boy charmer and his Burlesque dancer girlfriend plan to steal a diamond necklace known as the “Contessa”, to fund his surgery and their wedding…READ MORE
A female scientist breeds cybermoths for MI6 which unreliably self-destruct; so when the English crown prince and his Saudi fiancée are kidnapped, the discredited...READ MORE
A suicidal old lady plans to move out to the homeless, when she is followed by a scientist who says his age reversal drug can give her a "second chance...READ MORE
A trial cure for infidelity causes mayhem for the inventor and his team as they test it disastrously in their own relationships and promote the drug from their...READ MORE
The Story: A kickboxer has both kidneys stolen in Thailand; and barely surviving stem cell surgery, he sets off on a trail of love and revenge.READ MORE
Our short eco-thriller, Crude won Best Foreign Featurette at Idyllwild in California and Best Environmental Film at the New York City International Film Festival, as well as 14 nominations at other international festivals. It stars Rupert Frazer (Foyle’s War/The Bank Job) as the oil boss, Cengiz Dervis as an eco-terrorist, Kate Braithwaite as an environmental journalist, and Michelle Greenidge as the bereft Nigerian mother.
Crude has screened on Shorts TV and is streaming on Indieflix.You can view the full film here.
Among the many aspiring film-makers who describe themselves as screenwriters, or more vaguely, simply pitch the film script or scripts they written wi...READ MORE
Entertainment lawyer Corky Kessler took the initiative once again this year in Cannes of setting up a week long programme of panels covering US federa...READ MORE
In the early part of 2017, plans were shaping up to shoot our martial arts thriller Deadlined in another South East Asian country and although I was d...READ MORE