Experienced in Film and Television production, we implement high-end media expertise into your content. From the first idea to the final cut, we combine the genre’s of Commercial and Documentary. Collaboration is key, for capturing your brand.

 Testimonial – Rebecca Scott (Artist and Founder of Cross Lane Projects)

“I really loved the video, I think you crafted the video…incredibly well. You made me look and sound knowledgable, and for that I’m happy. It flows really well.”

Testimonial – Olivia Bax (Mark Tanner Sculpture Award)

 “Honestly, I can’t thank you enough – you’ve given us such great work – Thanks so much for being so patient with us – with the edits and making sure it is just right. I have no further requests with the films themselves – they are really perfect”





4 (2022)

Presented by Rebecca Scott with sculpture artists Nicola Tassie. They discuss the sculpture art of four artists; Lawson Oyekan, William Plumptre, Nicola Tassie and Gavin Turk.


Absorption by Mark Woods.                                

Exhibited at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal.

Rainbow (2020)

Winner: NFTS 60 Second Challenged.

Selected: Lockdown Shorts: The Bridge Project

Evolutionary Love (2022)

Exhibition by Dean Kenning: Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.                                                                    

Exhibited at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal.

Off Grid (2020) 

Olivia Bax Sculpture Exhibition: Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.                                                              

Exhibited at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal. 

In Conversation – Lubna Chowdhary and David Batchelor (2021)

A conversation with Lubna Chowdhary, presented by David Batchelor. Recorded during Lubna’s recent exhibition ‘Erratics’. In partnership with PEER UK. 

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Grandma (2020)

Winner: Audience Choice Award: Lockdown Film Festival

Official Selection: Lockdown Film Festival, Birmingham Film Festival and Manchester International Film Festival.

Nominated: Best Short Film: Birmingham Film Festival and Manchester International Film Festival

MANIFF: North West Shorts 
Screening with Q&A, Chapeltown Picture House.


Meera Mistry - Producer

Meera is a freelance producer of documentaries and short films and works in the TV, Film and Commercial industry. 

Meera produced the documentary My God, I’m Queer for the award-winning charity, Naz and Matt Foundation which is currently available on All4 (Channel 4). In addition to her TV work, Meera was selected in 2019 by BFI Film Hub North to take part in their Creative Producer School and Peaches Producer Club as an emerging Producer in 2020.

Noah Chebouli - Camera + Editor

Noah Chebouli is a freelance Assistant Director and Camera Operator, in the Film & TV Industry. He is also a Mentee, on the Screen Skills Mentorship Programme 2022. 

‘Grandma’, won the Audience Choice Award and was in the Official Shortlist at the Lockdown Film Festival. As well as being Nominated for Best Short and in the Official Selection at Birmingham and Manchester International Film Festival. His short ‘Rainbow’ was selected by the NFTS, for their ’60 Second Challenge’. And the Lockdown Shorts showcase, with The Bridge Project Manchester. 

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