FOR ALL DOG KIND
An alien comes to study Earth, taking the form of a dog.
ROVA is a young alien cadet from the planet Nova. As part of her training to become a Super Nova Space Guardian, she must explore a planet that isn’t in her galaxy. All the other ‘cool’ planets got snapped up by other students. Only one is left but it’s apparently boring and inconsequential: Earth.
To blend in, Rova morphs into the friendliest form she can think of: a cute dog. This canine disguise allows her to travel around on her quest to learn how Earthlings live.
At the end of every adventure, Rova compiles a special report which she sends back to her alien academy so she can share what she has learned, earning her a ‘star’ towards her Super Nova goal.
THE SPY WHO LICKED ME
An action adventure movie
The UK's greatest (but faded) spy has to go deeper undercover than ever before, by literally becoming the pet dog of a megalomanic villain.
A spy spoof live-action movie in the spirit of Austin Powers, Johnny English and Freaky Friday. Featuring famous canine-actor Smurf, winner of the Palm Dog!
This exciting new feature is being co-produced with Whitelantern Film (UK) and Avalon (Ireland)
A sci-fi romance set in post war Dorset
A loveable rogue from the future crash lands in rural Dorset just after World War II. Taken in by a local war widow, he finds the first real reason to fight for his future. In the spirit of "Starman" or "Forever Young".
SIR CHARLIE STINKY SOCKS
Adaptation of the Kristina Stephenson books - 52x11 planned
BEHOLD! Avast! Wooooh! And watch out! It’s SIR CHARLIE STINKY SOCKS, only the bravest, kindest, most adventurest knight around. Together with his friends, he’s ready to tackle any quest, adventure, exciting action sequence or, um, his homework... maybe, if there’s time... FOR in the adventurous world of Sir Charlie Stinky Socks, there’s realms of fun to be had!
The book series recently reached its glorious ten-year anniversary. The stories focus on kindness, adventure, independence, awareness In collaboration with Treehouse Digital
ME AND MY CASTLE
A “fish out of water” sitcom. Fresh Prince of Bel Air meets Downton Abbey.
14-year-old Zita “Princess” Lincoln suddenly discovers she is the 13th Lady Lolsworth. Moving from downtown Dallas to live in a big castle in England seems like a fairytale dream. But is the sassy street-smart girl, and her family, ready for the high-society life? We are developing this alongside Matt Fleckenstein, creator of the Nickelodeon show; "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn".
STATUS: In depth treatment available
TV comedy series for kids 8-12 years.
A ten year-old boy, his younger sister and their pet mouse make a unique investigative trio especially as the mouse has the ability to transform into a six foot fast-talking rodent!
STATUS: In development. Pilot script available
TV comedy drama series for kids 8-12 years.
A young family forced to look after Granny’s Donkey Sanctuary are shaken out of their self-imposed ruts when they come up against the one animal even more stuck into its own routine than they are – King Donkey.
STATUS: In development. Pilot script available.
THE KID WITH NO NAME
A coming-of-age story in the style of a western
The story of two children who run away into the wilderness to search for a missing Grandma, accompanied by the mysterious new visitor, The Kid With No Name. The movie takes the spirit of the western genre and places it in the modern day UK.
SAVING SANTA CHRISTMAS
Seasonal and silly slapstick fun with a good heart. A feelgood story for the whole family.
STATUS: In pre-production
OUT OF SEASON
A "PG rated" spooky movie - from Dan Berlinka
A found footage bone-chiller for all the family.
It's out of season in an isolated caravan park, and it's the only time a struggling divorced dad can take his two children with him on 'holiday'. But when the kids’ camcorder catches something sinister lurking in the next trailer, it’s up to them to save their family from becoming part of that other visitor’s all-you-can-eat buffet.
Director Dan Berlinka created the 100 episode TV show “Dixi” for the BBC, which also uses a found footage style. Co-writer Sean Carson has written TV comedy since the 1980s for top UK talent.