Lookman for live-action Film & Television Animation.
We are seek to lead the world in a new multimedia experience
'Children from the Sea' is a notable live-action feature film, is in development. We already have most things in place including an award-winning director. We hope to package and attach talent shortly. This four-quadrant film is a moral fable and tells a truly unusual story.
What have dolphins, migration, and a teenager with amnesia have to do with events hundreds of years ago? How could they be related? Find out more...
| 'Who is Henrietta?' |
This Children's TV Animation series will be making a debut at MIP Junior / MIPCOM 2012.
It takes childhood perceptions of the adult world in new directions. Well, it stars Henrietta, who discovers she is a princess, Eanie a shape-shifting alien and Geegle the most fickle Netherworlder ever. Will they be able to fit in when they all live in a spaceship?
'Mihte Lugh: the Shining One' is the greatest story never told before. It will also be making a debut at MIP Junior / MIPCOM 2012. It tells the adventures of the Celtic hero Lugh. He is also well-known throughout Europe. This is a kid's TV animation series with a difference. 'The Oracle' chooses Jack to lead a team of five kids to keep protect the Underworld from Balor's grip. It is a classic tale of the battle between Spring and Winter.
(short and TV Drama pilot)
This is an experimental ten minute short film on a controversial theme directed by John Baker.
|Empire in the Sky written by Graham Rushton|
|The Shadow Prince [script drafting]|
|Henrietta's Odyssey [script development]|
|Mihte Lugh [script development] animated feature|
An Alien Christmas [planning] animated feature
OUR OBJECTIVE: is to prove great storytelling with original themes, strong characters, enthralling plots and amazing action can still draw audiences across many mediums. Storytelling is no dead. It can still enchant modern audiences with shorter attention spans as it has for millennia. We are building a great team. We wish to put back imagination into the visual media.