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Founded in 2009; Quandary Productions is the brainchild of independent filmmaker Michael Henry. The Quandary Productions team strive to make feature films, as well as web series and short films of a professional quality, on the slimmest of budgets. As well as making their own films, Quandary Productions also encourage aspiring filmmakers and artists to push forward with their own work; offering hands-on support, free promotion through social media networks, and encouraging further promotion of projects through various competitions and incentives. We believe that there is nothing stopping you from doing what you love, only yourself. Just get out there and do it! On this site you can meet the team, see the latest artists Quandary Productions are supporting, find filmmaking tips, and discover how you can help us support various charities from around the globe.
It has never been easier to make a film. The way we see it, aspiring filmmakers are squandering a great opportunity by not even trying, as it’s possible for anyone to make a film these days (we are proof!). Digital capture devices are available for a reasonable price. You can buy a good quality DSLR camera, which provide cinema-quality images, at around £400, or a DSLR, with lenses, a tripod, lights, dolly tracks AND audio recording equipment (all you need), for under £1000. There’s no reason people can’t get their hands on equipment and shoot something (it’s cheaper than buying a car!). Sure it takes a while to get used to some of the basics, but with digital you can simply delete what you don’t need – something you couldn’t do with film. Also, with the digital revolution, we’ve been blessed with the greatest device yet to advertise and distribute. Anyone can access what you have created at the click of a button.
Our plan from the start of university (nine years ago) was to join a course where equipment was available, people were like-minded, and units allowed us to build on the skills we had self-taught previously. We looked at the three year course and set ourselves the goal of writing a feature script over that time frame, with the mind-set to film after graduation. And we did. As time passed, the goal changed from seeing if we could make a feature film for less than £1000, to how well we could make one. With ‘NARCISSIST’ we felt confident that we did the best we could with as little money as possible, and the goal changed further. We now teach film to 16-21 year olds, advise and support aspiring actors and filmmakers globally, as well as having built a troupe of actors, like the German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who we work with time and again, just like members of the crew, who come back again and again to work on projects they feel passionately about. With this team of collaborators, who are as dedicated and enthusiastic as one another, we hope to continue to be self-sufficient, taking money from DVD / On Demand sales and other services, to put towards future films, further improving our equipment, and helping others (we aim to offer film grants to new talent in the coming years). We have also given ourselves another incentive to continue doing what we love – 10% of annual profits go to various charities.
With regards to the types of films we make, our promise is to work on projects which don’t treat you, the audience, like idiots, which push for natural performances, interesting characters, focusing on original concepts, which in our own unique way, say something about the human condition. We shoot using the latest available technology, to create affordable but professional films, with the hope of reaching as many people as possible.
Since creating Quandary, we have continued to make the films we want with people we love to work with, have helped countless other filmmakers, and hope to continue doing so for the rest of our lives. It had been our dream for a long time to be able to do what we do now, so we will continue to create short and feature films by any means necessary. Our intention isn’t to move to Hollywood and get a big mansion and make heaps of money, at the expense of creating what we really want, it’s to use what would be considered limitations to our advantage, be creative, and make good quality productions, whilst helping as many people as possible. Even if just one of our films connects with a person, that’s enough.

C  R  E  W

 

mikeMichael Henry

Director / Producer / Writer / Cinematographer / Editor

Since founding Quandary Productions in 2009, Michael has worked on countless short films, viral adverts, created five feature films (with a sixth on the way), and won two National Television Society Awards – for comedy sketch show ‘Best Friends That Love Each Other’.

Working in all areas of production, Michael’s key focus is to make Quandary Productions a base which supports other artists from around the world, all year round, whilst amassing an acting troupe and create his own independent features every year.

 

 

 

 

 

tam

Tom Bridger

Director / Writer / Editor / 1st AD

Tom Bridger has acted in all five Quandary Productions feature films. Michael and Tom met during the shoot of short comedy ‘The Waiting Room’. The two have formed a strong working relationship, collaborating on numerous projects. Tom has been in charge or running the Quandary Productions Actor Support Scheme for over three years now, helping countless other actors achieve their goals.

Tom has said, “I always feel privileged to work with the team. I’ve enjoyed every minute of each production. I’m constantly challenged, and working with Quandary, I’m given something special, in that my ideas aren’t just valued, but encouraged during each production. There’s an atmosphere of creativity, humour, and a real love of film at Quandary Productions.” Over the past year, Tom has written and directed his own Short Films, TV Pilots and a Web Series.

 

 

 

 

 

james

James Jackson

Producer / Script Supervisor 

‘Time and Place’ was my first experience of working with Quandary Productions. The attitude and passion they have towards filmmaking has been an amazing environment to work in. Inspiration is constant, and productivity gets the time and effort it deserves. It’s exactly where I want to be.” As well as helping out on set in various capacities, James contributed to Quandary Productions business work; helping to shoot promotional and live performance videos. Having gained useful experience at Quandary Productions, James went to work for DDF Post-Production, and then Evolutions TV, and came crawling back when offered the vital role of Producer on the latest feature film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

sebastian

Sebastian Moody

Composer / Musician / Sound Design

Sebastian Moody graduated in Music Technology at De Montfort University 2009. Renowned for his unique experimental style, Sebastian can make music from anything for anything. He has been with Quandary Productions since the beginning, collaborating with Michael a total of eight times, and they are still going strong.

Sebastian consistently strives to improve his composition for film and believes that being a part of Quandary Productions allows him to do this. Each new production is exciting, inspiring, and something to look forward to.

 

 

 

 

 

paul

Paul Johnson

Web Developer

Paul and Michael have been close friends for many years, and Paul’s help in creating and maintaining each iteration of the Quandary Productions website, as well as helping with online promotions, has been invaluable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

jonnyport

Jonny Gillard

Art Department / Poster Design

Jonny Gillard grew up around art, music, writers and weridos. Both his gran and his mother were painters, and he always liked drawing cartoons growing up. His work is driven by the theory that speed and simplicity are integral. Don’t use 10 colours when one will do. Don’t spend more than a few hours on a portrait. Don’t use hundreds of tools. “Occam’s Razor is a theory I admire”, he said, “If two equations give the same answer, use the shortest.”

Jonny’s key focus at Quandary Productions is on promotional imagery, creating particularly striking and unique hand-drawn images.

 

 

 

 

 


A  C  T  O  R  S

 

chas2Charles Cromwell

Charles has spent the last 18 years developing his skills as a character actor, touring the East Midlands with the renowned Lincoln Shakespeare Company Ltd; Indulgence Theatre Company, and many others. He has also performed on the London fringe in The Movement’s production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Charles has has received critical acclaim in many leading roles. Charles began his screen experience with a leading role in the award-winning short film, ‘The Lamb and Flag’, and has since made three full length feature films with Quandary Productions.As an experienced actor and director, Charles has been asked by choreographer Nikki Mclusky to take on the role of Artistic Director of FreeSpirit Dance Company, and as well appearing in several future Quandary Productions releases.

 

 

 

 

 

tom

Tom Bridger

Tom Bridger has acted in all of Quandary Productions’ films, both short and feature length. Michael and Tom met during the shoot of short comedy ‘The Waiting Room’. The two have formed a strong working relationship, collaborating on numerous projects. Tom has been in charge or running the Quandary Productions Actor Support Scheme for over three years now, helping countless other actors achieve their goals.

Tom has said, “I always feel privileged to work with the team. I’ve enjoyed every minute of each production. I’m constantly challenged, and working with Quandary, I’m given something special, in that my ideas aren’t just valued, but encouraged during each production. There’s an atmosphere of creativity, humour, and a real love of film at Quandary Productions.” This year, Tom has written, directed and produced a number of short comedies, TV Pilots and a Web Series.

 

 

 

 

 

heather

Heather May

Heather began working as an actress while still at sixth form when she landed a role in BBC4 Radio adaptation of Noel Streatfeild’s ‘Saplings’. Recently seen at Raindance Film Festival, in director Steve Balderson’s feature ‘Culture Shock’, as an undergraduate Heather won a scholarship to Princeton University, USA, where she became a leader of the arts community and spent a semester studying with Cate Blanchett’s former teachers at the National Institute for Dramatic Arts in Sydney. While at Princeton, Heather was Artistic Director of Princeton Summer Theater, producing ten productions over two provocative seasons of theatre with a bent toward telling stories about women. Heather has studied screenwriting with Philip Haas, writer of ‘Angels and Insects’ and Christina Lazaridi, Academy Award nominee for her screenplay ‘One Day Crossing’.

 

 

 

 

 

shaun

Shaun Woodgates

Shaun and Michael met in 2007, whilst studying together at the university. His involvement in all aspects of every Quandary Productions film, has been invaluable, all whilst focussing on his own writing projects, and taking on key comedic supporting roles.

“I enjoy working for Quandary Productions because they exemplify what can be accomplished with limited resources. The team are amazing; constantly pushing the boundaries of true Independent Filmmaking; encouraging others (myself included) to get their own projects off the ground, and showing just what is possible for the rest of us to achieve. They really lead the way and I’m proud to be a part of that”.

 

 

 

 

 

bethan

Bethan Williams

The latest addition to the Quandary Production cast list. The Welsh-born actress has been involved with three of our releases, most notably starring in her own episode of the Web Series ‘This is Good’. Bethan brings a great fiery energy to each production and has an incredible knack for comic timing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

liam

Liam Gilroy

Liam first worked as part of the crew on the last two feature films. It was soon apparent that in front of camera Liam had the talents of a young Bill Murray, and was soon offered more and more supporting roles. He can next be seen starring in his own episode of the Web Series ‘This is Good’

“Since helping out on the set of ‘NARCISSIST’ my view of filmmaking has changed for the better. The team have always created a brilliantly energetic and creative atmosphere and I knew immediately that I wanted to be a part of that. Quandary always had a brilliant approach and attitude to filmmaking and this shows through the passion, and level of character in their work.”

 

 

 

 

 


C  R  E  W

 

mikeMichael Henry

Director / Producer / Writer / Cinematographer / Editor

Since founding Quandary Productions in 2009, Michael has worked on countless short films, viral adverts, created five feature films (with a sixth on the way), and won two National Television Society Awards – for comedy sketch show ‘Best Friends That Love Each Other’.

Working in all areas of production, Michael’s key focus is to make Quandary Productions a base which supports other artists from around the world, all year round, whilst amassing an acting troupe and create his own independent features every year.

 

 

 

 

 

tam

Tom Bridger

Director / Writer / Editor / 1st AD

Tom Bridger has acted in all five Quandary Productions feature films. Michael and Tom met during the shoot of short comedy ‘The Waiting Room’. The two have formed a strong working relationship, collaborating on numerous projects. Tom has been in charge or running the Quandary Productions Actor Support Scheme for over three years now, helping countless other actors achieve their goals.

Tom has said, “I always feel privileged to work with the team. I’ve enjoyed every minute of each production. I’m constantly challenged, and working with Quandary, I’m given something special, in that my ideas aren’t just valued, but encouraged during each production. There’s an atmosphere of creativity, humour, and a real love of film at Quandary Productions.” Over the past year, Tom has written and directed his own Short Films, TV Pilots and a Web Series.

 

 

 

 

 

james

James Jackson

Producer / Script Supervisor 

‘Time and Place’ was my first experience of working with Quandary Productions. The attitude and passion they have towards filmmaking has been an amazing environment to work in. Inspiration is constant, and productivity gets the time and effort it deserves. It’s exactly where I want to be.” As well as helping out on set in various capacities, James contributed to Quandary Productions business work; helping to shoot promotional and live performance videos. Having gained useful experience at Quandary Productions, James went to work for DDF Post-Production, and then Evolutions TV, and came crawling back when offered the vital role of Producer on the latest feature film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

sebastian

Sebastian Moody

Composer / Musician / Sound Design

Sebastian Moody graduated in Music Technology at De Montfort University 2009. Renowned for his unique experimental style, Sebastian can make music from anything for anything. He has been with Quandary Productions since the beginning, collaborating with Michael a total of eight times, and they are still going strong.

Sebastian consistently strives to improve his composition for film and believes that being a part of Quandary Productions allows him to do this. Each new production is exciting, inspiring, and something to look forward to.

 

 

 

 

 

paul

Paul Johnson

Web Developer

Paul and Michael have been close friends for many years, and Paul’s help in creating and maintaining each iteration of the Quandary Productions website, as well as helping with online promotions, has been invaluable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

jonnyport

Jonny Gillard

Art Department / Poster Design

Jonny Gillard grew up around art, music, writers and weridos. Both his gran and his mother were painters, and he always liked drawing cartoons growing up. His work is driven by the theory that speed and simplicity are integral. Don’t use 10 colours when one will do. Don’t spend more than a few hours on a portrait. Don’t use hundreds of tools. “Occam’s Razor is a theory I admire”, he said, “If two equations give the same answer, use the shortest.”

Jonny’s key focus at Quandary Productions is on promotional imagery, creating particularly striking and unique hand-drawn images.

 

 

 

 

 


A  C  T  O  R  S

 

chas2Charles Cromwell

Charles has spent the last 18 years developing his skills as a character actor, touring the East Midlands with the renowned Lincoln Shakespeare Company Ltd; Indulgence Theatre Company, and many others. He has also performed on the London fringe in The Movement’s production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Charles has has received critical acclaim in many leading roles. Charles began his screen experience with a leading role in the award-winning short film, ‘The Lamb and Flag’, and has since made three full length feature films with Quandary Productions.As an experienced actor and director, Charles has been asked by choreographer Nikki Mclusky to take on the role of Artistic Director of FreeSpirit Dance Company, and as well appearing in several future Quandary Productions releases.

 

 

 

 

 

tom

Tom Bridger

Tom Bridger has acted in all of Quandary Productions’ films, both short and feature length. Michael and Tom met during the shoot of short comedy ‘The Waiting Room’. The two have formed a strong working relationship, collaborating on numerous projects. Tom has been in charge or running the Quandary Productions Actor Support Scheme for over three years now, helping countless other actors achieve their goals.

Tom has said, “I always feel privileged to work with the team. I’ve enjoyed every minute of each production. I’m constantly challenged, and working with Quandary, I’m given something special, in that my ideas aren’t just valued, but encouraged during each production. There’s an atmosphere of creativity, humour, and a real love of film at Quandary Productions.” This year, Tom has written, directed and produced a number of short comedies, TV Pilots and a Web Series.

 

 

 

 

 

heather

Heather May

Heather began working as an actress while still at sixth form when she landed a role in BBC4 Radio adaptation of Noel Streatfeild’s ‘Saplings’. Recently seen at Raindance Film Festival, in director Steve Balderson’s feature ‘Culture Shock’, as an undergraduate Heather won a scholarship to Princeton University, USA, where she became a leader of the arts community and spent a semester studying with Cate Blanchett’s former teachers at the National Institute for Dramatic Arts in Sydney. While at Princeton, Heather was Artistic Director of Princeton Summer Theater, producing ten productions over two provocative seasons of theatre with a bent toward telling stories about women. Heather has studied screenwriting with Philip Haas, writer of ‘Angels and Insects’ and Christina Lazaridi, Academy Award nominee for her screenplay ‘One Day Crossing’.

 

 

 

 

 

shaun

Shaun Woodgates

Shaun and Michael met in 2007, whilst studying together at the university. His involvement in all aspects of every Quandary Productions film, has been invaluable, all whilst focussing on his own writing projects, and taking on key comedic supporting roles.

“I enjoy working for Quandary Productions because they exemplify what can be accomplished with limited resources. The team are amazing; constantly pushing the boundaries of true Independent Filmmaking; encouraging others (myself included) to get their own projects off the ground, and showing just what is possible for the rest of us to achieve. They really lead the way and I’m proud to be a part of that”.

 

 

 

 

 

bethan

Bethan Williams

The latest addition to the Quandary Production cast list. The Welsh-born actress has been involved with three of our releases, most notably starring in her own episode of the Web Series ‘This is Good’. Bethan brings a great fiery energy to each production and has an incredible knack for comic timing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

liam

Liam Gilroy

Liam first worked as part of the crew on the last two feature films. It was soon apparent that in front of camera Liam had the talents of a young Bill Murray, and was soon offered more and more supporting roles. He can next be seen starring in his own episode of the Web Series ‘This is Good’

“Since helping out on the set of ‘NARCISSIST’ my view of filmmaking has changed for the better. The team have always created a brilliantly energetic and creative atmosphere and I knew immediately that I wanted to be a part of that. Quandary always had a brilliant approach and attitude to filmmaking and this shows through the passion, and level of character in their work.”

 

 

 

 

 


Brought to you by Quandary Productions, in association with Angel Coffee House, ‘UNTITLED: Film Night’ brings you indie filmmaking at its finest / funniest / weirdest.

Come along, watch short films, enjoy some coffee and cake, and mingle with fans and filmmakers alike.

Then feel the tension as we announce the most popular film of the night as voted for by you and your fellow audience members. And the winner gets a prize – respect.

But seriously, there is a real prize.

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As well as supporting other filmmakers around the world, Quandary Productions donate 10% of all profits from DVD and On Demand sales to charities which Quandary Productions members have chosen to support. So you can feel even better about buying a DVD

 

C.O.P.E Laos

COPE stands for Cooperative Orthotic and Prosthetic Enterprise. Founded in 1997, COPE is a local organization that works with the National Rehabilitation Center (NRC), Lao Ministry of Health and five provincial rehabilitatoin centres in an innovative partnership developing rehabilitation services across Laos.

 

Angkor Hospital for Children

According to the latest statistics, 1 in every 20 children in Cambodia die before their 5th birthday, often from treatable and/or preventable illness. Although their standard of living is steadily improving, Cambodians still suffer from endemic poverty. Therefore, AHC provides outpatient, inpatient, intensive, surgical, and HIV care, as well as other services, free of charge.

 

ODA Cambodian Orphanage

Orphans and Disabled Arts is a grass roots NGO established by Leng and his wife Sry On in 2003. Their objective is to offer a safe environment with the basic necessities of life, to orphaned and disabled children within the reaches of the villages surrounding the Angkor Temples.

 

Lifestart Foundation

The Lifestart Foundation is a grass-roots not-for-profit charity. Founded in 2000 by Australian Karen Leonard the foundation aims to help disadvantaged Vietnamese people, and their families, to become self-sufficient. Supported by a dedicated team of volunteers, the foundation applies a holistic approach to helping those in need through proven working programs to effect a generational change.

 

Shelter UK

Shelter is a registered charity that campaigns to end homelessness and bad housing in England and Scotland. It gives advice, information and advocacy to people in need, and tackles the root causes of bad housing by lobbying government and local authorities for new laws and policies to improve the lives of homeless and badly housed people.

 

PETA

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Foundation is a UK-based charity dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals. PETA and affiliates around the world educate policymakers and the public about cruelty to animals and promote an understanding of the right of all animals to be treated with respect.

 


TIME AND PLACE, 2014

Runtime – 99mins
When scientists reveal the universe has stopped expanding, and will soon begin to contract, time collapses for one man. Things lose their meaning, and moral boundaries seem absurd. ‘TIME AND PLACE’ is a low-budget epic in which one man has to come to terms with the consequences of his actions, knowing that some day all that surrounds him will cease to exist.

 

WHAT IS “THE BIG CRUNCH”?

The Big Crunch is one of the scenarios predicted by scientists in which the Universe may end. Just like many others, it is based on Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity. That is, if the Big Bang describes how the Universe most possibly began, the Big Crunch describes how it will end as a consequence of that beginning. It tells us that the Universe’s expansion, which is due to the Big Bang, will not continue forever. Instead, at a certain point in time, it will stop expanding and collapse into itself, pulling everything with it until it eventually turns into the biggest black hole ever. We all know how everything is squeezed when in that hole; hence the name Big Crunch. For scientists to predict with certainty the possibility of a Big Crunch, they will have to determine certain properties of the Universe. One of them is its density. It is believed that if the density is larger than a certain value, known as the critical density, an eventual collapse is highly possible.
When considering the idea that the universe, and time itself, could quite possibly stop and begin to contract, sending us back from the present, into the past and make us relive every moment backwards, it offers up the question – ‘What would you do if you knew there would be no consequences to your actions?’ If you start at point A, and point C is where things begin to go backwards, when you return from point C to point B in the timeline of your life, the events at point C technically no longer exist, and therefore the consequences of your actions at points A and B no long exist either. This is the central focus of the film.

 

 

ON DEMAND

Minimum £1

‘Pay-What-You-Want’ and watch the film instantly!

Select this option and receive a private link to stream the full feature film.

 

  

DVD ORDER

Only £5 / $10 (includes P+P)

INCLUDES : Outtakes | Deleted Scenes | Trailer

Delivery Options


 

 


 

NARCISSIST, 2013

Runtime – 92 mins
An anti-romantic comedy, in which the friendship of two aspiring actors is put to the test, as they use their former insecurities to become masters of picking up women. As they gradually become immersed in a world of pick-up artists, headed by master pick-up guru ‘Enigma’, friendly competition turns to something more sinister, as their attitudes toward women, relationships, and how they think of themselves radically changes. Comedy/Drama Feature Film.

 

narcdemand copy

DVD Order

Only £5 / $10 (includes P+P)

EXTRAS INCLUDE: Outtakes, Commentary, ‘Future Farm’ Clip, Homemade ‘Enigma’ Ad, Trailers

Delivery Options


 

 

 

ON DEMAND

Minimum £1

‘Pay-What-You-Want’ and watch the film instantly!

Select this option and receive a private link to stream the full feature film.

 

thisisgoodThis is Good, 2015

 

7 stories. 7 styles. 7 main characters. What does happiness mean in the modern age? Romance? Career? Not having tea spat in your face? Take a look into the lives of our characters as they try to figure it out. Or not…

 

EPISODE LIST:

 

Written & Directed by Tom Bridger
Produced by Michael Henry

 

 

 


Spectrum, 2016

Runtime – 110 mins

 

Charlie wakes from a coma into a world seemingly run by the corporation ‘Spectrum’, who offer personality implants to those willing to pay. Not funny? Buy an implant. Want to stop caring? Buy an implant. Reassembling the pieces of his lost life, Charlie is faced with the tough decision of whether he wants to remember who he was, or joining the new world, where he can pay to be anything he wants. Occasionally, he finds, the decision will even be made for you.

 

Dark Comedy Written and Directed by Michael Henry (Production starts Summer 2015)

 

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thisisgoodThis is Good, 2015

 

7 stories. 7 styles. 7 main characters. What does happiness mean in the modern age? Romance? Career? Not having tea spat in your face? Take a look into the lives of our characters as they try to figure it out. Or not…

 

EPISODE LIST:

 

Written & Directed by Tom Bridger
Produced by Michael Henry

 

 

 


TIME AND PLACE, 2014

Runtime – 99mins
When scientists reveal the universe has stopped expanding, and will soon begin to contract, time collapses for one man. Things lose their meaning, and moral boundaries seem absurd. ‘TIME AND PLACE’ is a low-budget epic in which one man has to come to terms with the consequences of his actions, knowing that some day all that surrounds him will cease to exist.

 

WHAT IS “THE BIG CRUNCH”?

The Big Crunch is one of the scenarios predicted by scientists in which the Universe may end. Just like many others, it is based on Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity. That is, if the Big Bang describes how the Universe most possibly began, the Big Crunch describes how it will end as a consequence of that beginning. It tells us that the Universe’s expansion, which is due to the Big Bang, will not continue forever. Instead, at a certain point in time, it will stop expanding and collapse into itself, pulling everything with it until it eventually turns into the biggest black hole ever. We all know how everything is squeezed when in that hole; hence the name Big Crunch. For scientists to predict with certainty the possibility of a Big Crunch, they will have to determine certain properties of the Universe. One of them is its density. It is believed that if the density is larger than a certain value, known as the critical density, an eventual collapse is highly possible.
When considering the idea that the universe, and time itself, could quite possibly stop and begin to contract, sending us back from the present, into the past and make us relive every moment backwards, it offers up the question – ‘What would you do if you knew there would be no consequences to your actions?’ If you start at point A, and point C is where things begin to go backwards, when you return from point C to point B in the timeline of your life, the events at point C technically no longer exist, and therefore the consequences of your actions at points A and B no long exist either. This is the central focus of the film.

 

 

ON DEMAND

Minimum £1

‘Pay-What-You-Want’ and watch the film instantly!

Select this option and receive a private link to stream the full feature film.

 

  

DVD ORDER

Only £5 / $10 (includes P+P)

INCLUDES : Outtakes | Deleted Scenes | Trailer

Delivery Options


 

 


 

NARCISSIST, 2013

Runtime – 92 mins
An anti-romantic comedy, in which the friendship of two aspiring actors is put to the test, as they use their former insecurities to become masters of picking up women. As they gradually become immersed in a world of pick-up artists, headed by master pick-up guru ‘Enigma’, friendly competition turns to something more sinister, as their attitudes toward women, relationships, and how they think of themselves radically changes. Comedy/Drama Feature Film.

 

narcdemand copy

DVD Order

Only £5 / $10 (includes P+P)

EXTRAS INCLUDE: Outtakes, Commentary, ‘Future Farm’ Clip, Homemade ‘Enigma’ Ad, Trailers

Delivery Options


 

 

 

ON DEMAND

Minimum £1

‘Pay-What-You-Want’ and watch the film instantly!

Select this option and receive a private link to stream the full feature film.

 

Spectrum, 2016

Runtime – 110 mins

 

Charlie wakes from a coma into a world seemingly run by the corporation ‘Spectrum’, who offer personality implants to those willing to pay. Not funny? Buy an implant. Want to stop caring? Buy an implant. Reassembling the pieces of his lost life, Charlie is faced with the tough decision of whether he wants to remember who he was, or joining the new world, where he can pay to be anything he wants. Occasionally, he finds, the decision will even be made for you.

 

Dark Comedy Written and Directed by Michael Henry (Production starts Summer 2015)

 

Screen Shot 2015-04-13 at 11.51.49 AM