We came runners-up at the London Film Festival's Consumer Creative Challenge-October 2010 for Unilever Liptons Tea.
We also came runners up with two films selected for online dating site Eharmony, "The Meaning Of Love", as part of the Rome Film Festival 2010.
We have had around 2 million full views on YouTube with some of our films being removed by them for attacking YouTube or expanding the boundaries and horizons of creative thought and human psychology.
Life got in the way after 2010 with our full-time work and family commitments taking over and film-making playing second fiddle.
Then, Roy Hogg passed away in a freak accident, Jeff Haywood moved up north, Nibbert Mugesi moved abroad, Rob Messer got busy with his record business and personal issues, Chris Hancock moved to gay Brighton (Chris is NOT homosexual but he is happy and gay as a Flintstone though). Steve Mead, Sonia Shah and Minda Singh got busy with their work and commitments but now in 2018, things are starting to happen as the cobwebs are being removed from the old shorts and sketches and finally Natty Darling is promoting them with Kenton's help.
Here are just some of the services we can provide:
Non-profit making social community films.