‘Brian Epstein Presents…’ is the incredible biopic of Beatles’, Cilla Black and Gerry Marsden manager Brian Epstein.

Written by Brigit Grant

Produced by Kevin Proctor, Trevor Beattie, Jeremy Chatterton & Perry Trevers

Executive Producer Mark Borkowski & Twickenham Studios

Casting Director Dan Hubbard, CDG

‘The Glove’ is a comedy road movie about two best friends in search of a mythical training glove.

Written by Jim Moir & Bob Mortimer

Producer Kevin Proctor

Co-Producer Leopold Hughes

Executive Producer Perry Trevers

Starring Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer

Casting Director Shaheen Baig, CDG

‘Disco Pier’ is a feel-good movie for the ages. Set in a seaside town in northern England, ‘Disco Pier’ pits former dancing champions against each other in an effort to save the once beautiful Pier of their youth.

Written by Tony Pitts

‘Lost Dogs’: Adapted from Jeff Lemire’s Xeric
Award Winning Graphic Novel by Joanne Mitchell and Dominic Brunt.

Adapted for the screen by Joanne Mitchell & Dominic Brunt

Directed by Dominic Brunt

‘The Bunker Diary’ is adapted from the 2014 Carnegie Medal Winning young adult novel, written by Kevin Brooks.

Screenplay by Andy Bloom

Director Dave Stewart

Producers Kevin Proctor, Dave Stewart & John Bishop

Executive Producer Perry Trevers

‘Not What They Seem’

Written & Directed by Susan Lynch

Producer Kevin Proctor

Executive Producer Perry Trevers

‘Cottingley Fairies’

Written & Directed by Matthew Holness

Producer Kevin Proctor

Executive Producer Perry Trevers

‘Pixie Dust’ is a comedy drama from Rosie Day.

Written by Rosie Day

Producer Kevin Proctor

Executive Producer Perry Trevers


‘A Gift From Bob’ – A Christmas sequel to the hit film ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ based on the international best-selling books.

Director Charles Martin Smith

Writer Garry Jenkins

Producers Adam Rolston, Tracy Jarvis, Steve Jarvis

Executive Producers Andrew Boswell, Perry Trevers

Starring Luke Treadaway



A short film written and directed by actress Susan Lynch (‘Ready Player One’, ‘Killing Eve’, ‘Doctor Who’) inspired by and starring Tim Burgess (lead singer ‘The Charlatans’) in his debut role.

Leonard, a tender and introverted owner of a specialist bookshop, retreats into his world of music to shield him from the normality of life, a life he lives through the various customers who he observes in his shop on a daily basis. Until one day, the observer becomes the observed and his world opens up to the soulful and captivating Eliza, the only person to see Leonard beyond the confines of his restricted existence.

A psychological horror-thriller from Adrian Shergold, produced in association with Twickenham Studios

Following an incident in her past, Cordelia now lives with her twin sister, Caroline in their late father’s basement flat.

When Caroline goes to Brussels for the weekend, Cordelia prepares herself for the new play she is in. However, over the period of this weekend, some strange instances put Cordelia’s resolve to the test…

Funny Cow the film charts the rise to stardom of a female comedienne through the 1970’s and 1980’s. It is set against the backdrop of working men’s clubs and the stand-up comedy circuit of the North of England.

From her troubled childhood to her turbulent adult relationships, the Funny Cow uses the raw material of her life experiences to bring her unique style of comedy to the stage. A stand-up comedienne in an all-male world, ‘Funny Cow’ delivers tragedy and comedy in equal measure.