1. The Call Up
  2. Kaleidoscope
  3. Double Date
  4. Gateway 6
  5. SLR
  6. Ernestine & Kit
1

The Call Up

Sci-Fi/Action

Written & Directed by: Charles Barker

Cast: Max Deacon, Morfydd Clark, Parker Sawyers

Ranked top of the BRIT LIST 2011.

A group of online gamers are invited to trial a state-of-the-art virtual reality sim, but what starts out like a dream encounter with cutting edge video technology – a perfect representation of soldiers in a warzone – takes a turn for the sinister when the stakes are raised to fatal. These masters of the shoot ’em up will have to fight for their lives within a game gone too far: this time it’s for real.

Produced with: John Giwa-Amu, Red&Black Films
Co-producer: Isabelle Georgeaux, PontNeuf Productions
Exec Producer: Alan Martin, Richard Holmes

Worldwide Sales: Altitude Films Sales
http://www.altitudefilment.com/film/sales/11/the-call-up


2

Kaleidoscope

Psychological Thriller

Rupert Jones

Cast: Toby Jones, Anne Reid, Sinead Matthews

Premiered Chicago International Film Festival

A year after being released from prison, middle-aged CARL WOODS has done well to carve out a life for himself in the outside world. Having procured some work and a flat, he now embarks on his first date in fifteen years. The event coincides with his estranged mother’s reappearance in his life, and her subsequent attempts to mend the differences that so violently drove them apart many years before. As Carl tries to withstand the insidious influences of his past, so he finds himself increasingly drawn in to the dark imaginings of his own psychological vortex.

Produced with: Maggie Monteith, Dignity Group
Exec Producer: Chris Reed

Worldwide Sales: Independent Film Company
http://www.independentfilmcompany.com/screeners/kaleidoscope.html


3

Double Date

Comedy/Horror

Writer: Danny Morgan. Director: Benjamin Barfoot

Cast: Danny Morgan, Georgia Groome, Kelly Wenham & Michael Socha

Meet innocent Jim, terrified of girls, and on a reluctant quest to prove his manhood the night before he turns 30. He and his cocky friend Alex think they’ve hit the jackpot when they meet the beautiful siblings Kitty and Lulu, who seem up for anything on a wild party-fuelled night. But little do they know that the femmes fatales want to make Jim lose much more than just his virginity… Getting laid has never been so bloody difficult.

Produced with: Maggie Monteith, Dignity Group
Exec Producer: Chris Reed

Worldwide Sales: Film Constellation
http://filmconstellation.com/portfolio-items/double-date/


4

Gateway 6

Sci-fi Thriller

Writer: Malachi Smyth

Cast: Ed Skrein, Sofia Boutella

Set in the future, on a war-ravaged Earth, four soldiers man the last bastion – an outpost in a sea-covered continent – awaiting relief or the enemy, whichever comes first. But as the empty weeks run to months, a paranoia descends that tests relationships to breaking. Especially the arrival of an empty boat – was it the help they’d been so anxiously waiting for, or something far more sinister…

Produced with: Ben Pullen, Sentinel Entertainment
Exec Producer: Pippa Cross

Worldwide Sales: Altitude Films Sales


5

SLR

Short Thriller

Written & Directed by: Stephen Fingleton

Cast: Liam Cunningham, Richard Dormer

Short-listed for an Academy Award, nominated for an Irish Film and Television Award, won Best Irish Short at the Foyle Film Festival

A man obsessed with ‘voyeur pornography’ makes a shocking online discovery, that forces him onto the trail of an anonymous photographer known only by his user name, ANORAK.

Produced with: BFI, Lighthouse
Exec Producer: Natascha Wharton, Nicky Bentham


6

Ernestine & Kit

Black Comedy

Written & Directed by: Simon Bird

Cast: Pauline Collins, Rosaleen Linehan

Premiered at SXSW, nominated for an Irish Film and Television Award

A darkly comic fairytale about two elderly women who travel the countryside of rural Ireland, imagining the terrible, immoral lives people are living today. Their one consolation is the innocence of children…

Based on the short story by Kevin Barry.

Produced with: John Wallace, Black Sheep Productions
Exec Producer: Kate Lee, Paul Ashton