City of the Dead is an 8 part Gothic thriller.
The Thief of Always is a feature adaptation of Clive Barker’s classic children’s story.
The Fancy is the story of Daniel Mendoza, the Jewish scrapper who revolutionised the world of boxing in London in the 18th century.
Kill Who? is a comedy drama series by Hamish McColl about a team of assassins who happen to be old age pensioners.
Surge is an urgent contemporary drama about charity workers that reaches from the corridors of power to the front lines of a civil war.
The Serpent’s Mouth is the epic story of Bess and Walter Ralegh, co-produced with Brandish Productions.
Vita and Claude is a romantic comedy about friendship, by best friends Jennifer Higgie – renowned editor of Frieze – and acclaimed author Martine Murray.
Hello Goodbye is a romantic comedy by Catherine Shepherd, that travels from Shanghai to Liverpool and back again, produced by Clipper Media. It has been chosen as part of the Bridging the Dragon scheme.
The Moth Club is an anarchic story of outsiders who become heroes.