Fizzy Days

Director :  Mark Millicent

Screenwriter :  Mark Millicent

Producer : Stephen Rigg

Genre : Comedy / Drama

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

Everybody knows that if you've got the right ride you can pull the birds! Eddy dreams of being a rock star like his glam heroes. Girls love rock stars and rock stars with their own transport go to the front of the line. Fizzy Days is a light

hearted look at a couple of lads dishonest approach to motorbike ownership. A comedy caper set in 1970's Northern

England.

The Terror of Our Ways

Director :  Stephen Rigg

Screenwriter :  Paul Green

Producer : Stephen Rigg & Adrian Lord

Genre : Drama / Thriller​

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

Kevin Casey is a student in Burnley living with his single mother in a dysfunctional family situation. A loner, he’s obsessed with bizarre conspiracy theories, which he tries to explain to his best friend Ali, a Muslim. Eventually Islam seems to offer the answers Kevin is looking for. But Kevin’s manic zeal for his new faith drives Ali and himself into a home-grown extremist conspiracy, with terrifying consequences for both families, as well as the public, especially when his militant Irish uncle Eamon enters the picture.

The Spiked Project

Director :  Mark Nuttall

Screenwriter :  Mark Nuttall & Nigel Horne

Producer : Stephen Rigg & Nigel Horne

Genre : Psychological Horror / Thriller​

Running Time : 90 Minutes

 

The Spiked Project is a truly unique film experience. Two distinct, stand-alone, horror films unfolding simultaneously - taking place over the same time period and in the same location. Two films whose characters inhabit both films. The minor characters in one film are the lead characters in the other and vice versa. The films’ narratives are constantly converging and intersecting with each film referencing the other. 

Sidecar Psycho

Director :  Stephen Rigg

Screenwriter :  Stephen Rigg

Producer : Stephen Rigg

Genre : Psychological Thriller​

Running Time : 90 Minutes

 

A  sociopath on a vengeful mission to erase the evil from the public highways and byways of rural England.

Loonar Mission

Director :  Stephen Rigg

Screenwriter :  Dave Halsted & Stephen Rigg

Producer : Stephen Rigg & Dave Halsted

Genre : Comedy / Thriller​

Running Time : 90 Minutes

 

In the 1960's, the USA and Russia locked horns in a battle fought in the icy couldron of space. Seeing themselves as world leaders, and using the expertise of disgraced NAZI rocket scientists, the world's Super-Powers competed in a race that would eventually take them to the moon.

But this wasn't a two horse race. This is the story of their competitors, and the biggest hoax in human history.

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Young Soul

Director :  Mark Nuttall

Screenwriter :  Mark Nuttall

Producer : Stephen Rigg

Genre : Drama

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

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The Battle of Villers-Bocage

Director :  Mark Nuttall

Screenwriter :  Mark Nuttall

Producer : Stephen Rigg

Genre : Drama

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

Inspired by actual events. The pivotal and bloody tank battle between the “Desert Rats” and elite SS Tank Divisions in the aftermath of the Normandy landings. Both sides unaware of their shared objective - the critically positioned town of Villers-Bocage.  The story unfolds as seen through the eyes of British infantry man Jim Tudor. On the morning of 13th June 1944 upon entering the small French market town, Tudor befriends a local child. The next 12 hours test Tudor’s duty as a soldier and of protecting his new friend, her mother and her brand new baby brother born during the battle. The day included one of the most devastating single-handed German tank actions of the war.

The Terror of Our Ways

Director :  Stephen Rigg

Screenwriter :  Paul Green

Producer : Stephen Rigg & Adrian Lord

Genre : Drama / Thriller​

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

Liam Casey is a student living with his single mother in a Northern town. A loner, he’s obsessed with bizarre conspiracy theories, which he tries to explain to his best friend Ali, a Muslim. Eventually Islam seems to offer the answers Liam is looking for. But Liam's manic zeal for his new faith drives Ali and himself into a home-grown extremist conspiracy, with terrifying consequences for both families, as well as the public, especially when his militant Irish uncle Eamon enters the picture.

Young Soul

Director :  Mark Nuttall

Screenwriter :  Mark Nuttall

Producer : Stephen Rigg

Genre : Drama

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

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Young Soul

Director :  Mark Nuttall

Screenwriter :  Mark Nuttall

Producer : Stephen Rigg

Genre : Drama

Running Time : 99 Minutes

 

A contemporary music drama ‘Young Soul’.  The story of Charlie, a dysfunctional 15 year old girl, ‘car crashing’ through life. Abandoned by her single parent mother and with her aggressive boyfriend pressuring her for naked selfies, 

she is taken in by Tony, the compassionate paternal grandfather she barely knows.

Following a generational culture clash, they discover mutual respect and an increasing bond through Tony’s lifelong obsession as a Northern Soul D.J. and Charlie’s emerging talent on the NS dance floor.  Spurned ‘gang leader’ boyfriend Tyler, has different ideas though.