Set in a topsy-turvy world where football is only for girls and ballet is the manliest pursuit there is, Ballerino follows one working class boy as he defies society and his father’s wishes for him to be a ballerina in favour of his repressed fascination with his sister's sport; football.
Coming Spring 2018
Screen South, UK Arts Council and Genera Films Funded
BTS photos below.
Belle and Bamber are inseparable friends. She, a 10 year old girl with a thirst for adventure; he, an imaginary blue monster. They while away their youth exploring and getting into mischief, however, when Belle’s Mother tires of Bamber’s influence, she pressures her to grow up and forget him. Unfortunately, he isn’t planning on going anywhere. As Belle is trapped between her Mother’s pressure to grow up and her increasingly homicidal imaginary friend, she has to make an impossible decision. Belle and Bamber is a dark comedy about a child afraid of growing up and the dangers of psychotic imaginary friends.
Belle and Bamber was made with the support of Creative England and the BFI.NETWORK through the iShorts scheme, which matched the project with funding and industry support. The project was also part supported through a campaign on crowdfunder. The film stars up and coming young actress Amelia Crouch as Belle and Emily Joyce as her strict but caring Mother along with Alex Babic as the voice of the vindictive and manipulative Bamber.
Belle and Bamber had it's UK festival premiere and it's first public screening in January of 2017 as part of the London Short Film Festival. It's USA festival premiere took place in March of 2017 as part of the Atlanta Film Festival. It has been subsequently screened at Encounters in Bristol, Aesthetica in York, Dragon Con, Crystal Palace Film Festival, Birmingham Film Festival, Beeston Film Festival and Norwich Film Festival.
A young man prepares for the inevitable un-dead invasion. One morning, he wakes up to find his dreams have come true, with a hoard of the walking dead outside his house. Unable to contain his glee, he suits up and comes outside with an assortment of weapons to meet the zombies only to realise not everything was as he expected.
This short film stars Game of Thrones Actor Joseph Altin and was funded by Screen South Ignition Network for Channel 4's Random Acts platform. It had it's premiere broadcast on Thursday 10th of Novembember as part of the second series of Random Acts TV Programme, hosted by Jordan Stephens. It was subsequently featured in comedy reaction show Gogglebox. The short has been released online by Channel 4 through the random acts site: http://randomacts.channel4.com
Meet the Morgans: A snapshot of the perfect family. Ian, An authoritative patriarch, His doting wife, Cassandra the quintessential housewife. Their children, Jenna, musically gifted and well mannered and Timmy, Smarter than the average 10 year old, often seen but never heard.
Yes, the Morgans truly are a modern envision of the 1950's nuclear family. Ah, but underneath...Behind the steam cleaned velvet curtains of their beautiful upper middle class home each of the family leads a secret life of moral decay and desperation. Maintaining their image of perfection to one another has proven tricky over time and everything comes to a boil on one particular Sunday evening.
You are invited to Sunday Dinner with the Morgans, Join us in delicious food and delectable depravity. It is going to be one hell of a meal.
A young man plays a game of wits with his robotic nanny program after she gets between him and the thing he wants most....
Shortlisted for the Sci-Fi LDN 48hr Film Challenge 2015.
Hey Are You Okay
Fancy a Jam Pictures partnered with music production studio Tailored Rhymes to create this awareness campaign for Storm CIC that was launched online during world suicide prevention day.
STORM® Skills Training CIC is a not-for-profit social enterprise providing training for staff in self-harm and suicide prevention.
A video created to welcoming a new frontman to the hardcore band High Hopes and promote the upcoming recording of the band's newest album.
Promo video to promote local live music at a Portsmouth venue.
"Life is absurd as you've probably discovered and it's the absurdities which make people laugh."
A short portrait documentary about Frank Dunster, a man who lives on his lifeboat, rescuing stranded sailers for free.
Becky and Mark are a normal couple with ups and downs, however, when Mark begins to pull away, something happens to him which changes their relationship forever.
Another dark short from the award-winning Fancy a Jam Pictures Team. Created for the James Bay trailer competition.
Never mind the bollocks when it comes to dating - A young man attempts to woo a girl, using her taste in music and his last 20 quid.
Starring Michael Ayiotis and Tasha Marks.
COAP - "We're all in the same Boat"
Entry into KODAK's annual advert competition. Shot on super 16mm Film.
A swimmer takes a relaxing break. Entry into Chanel 4's 10 second film contest.
A short spin off to Sunday Dinner with the Morgans. Waking up to an empty flat after a one night stand, Jenna Morgan lets her curiosity take over.
Starring Ellysha Eglon-Smith as Jenna Morgan and Zitky Adams as James.