Five years ago we expanded to represent writer/directors, including three Danish and one Norwegian writer/directors all with international credits.
Alfred’s career cv encompasses everything from playing drums in his pastor father’s Pentecostal church in North West London to being a sought after musician on the capital’s jazz scene, to award winning photography, then cinematography and more recently film directing. His latest feature documentary Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall, celebrates the […]
Jean-Paul Mertinez is a producer, writer and director and runs Illumina Studios & Media, his Soho production company. He is currently producing a number of major feature documentaries, the first of which is An Officer & His Holiness: The Dalai Lama’s Secret Escape into Exile, which will have a major event premiere in India early […]
On its release in July 2018, Keith’s feature, The More You Ignore Me, received 4 Star reviews from The Guardian and The Mail on Sunday and this March won Best Comedy at The National Film Awards. Adapted by Jo Brand, from her own novel (based on experiences from her earlier life as a psychiatric nurse) […]
John Langridge’s 2019 award winning psychological horror feature ’13 Graves’ has a London premiere June 2019. Distributed by Evolutionary Films it won Best Feature at Queen Palm International Film Festival 2018 and John was Nominated for Best Director and Best Writer. At Independent HorrorMovie Awards 2018 it won Best Feature and John was again Nominated […]
The multi-award winning Danish director/writer Jesper Nielsen is in post on The Exception, a feature based on Christian Jungersen’s 2004 international hit psychological thriller. Last year he completed a 10-part tv series, Greyzone, about the events leading up to a terror attack in Scandinavia, and is a co-production between Danish, Swedish and German broadcasters and broadcast in the UK by […]
Director and writer Simon Blake’s first feature Still starring Aidan Gillen, Jon Slinger, Elodie Yung and Amanda Mealing opened in the UK in 2015 at The Regent Street Cinema London and in Ireland at The Irish Film Institute. It won Best First International Feature at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2014 and Simon also won […]
Award winning Danish writer/director Fabian Wullenweber is best known internationally for his work across all 3 series of The Killing, directing 10 of the 40 episodes of DR’s worldwide hit crime series. Shown in more than 161 countries it won 2 international Emmys and a BAFTA and was nominated for a further 18 international awards. […]