• Like Sitting Ducks

    'Like Sitting Ducks' follows the lockdown life of two millennials and their rollercoaster relationship throughout lockdown; exploring themes of isolation, grief, loss, love, and new life. We follow Natalie and Jude, both 26 years old and living together in London. With love at the core of their relationship; the global pandemic hits to destabilize and challenge their 4-year journey.

  • Snow

    A woman longs for snowfall to finally see her lover's promise. 'Snow' is an experimental, nostalgic micro-short, shot on 16mm film, based on Cherubina de Gabriak's poem 'When the Snow Falls' (written in 1907). A story of heartbreak, it ponders the nostalgic notion of hoping one's life will eventually get better.

  • The Desert Poems

    Attempting to rescue my album 'The Desert Breaks' from the depths of Soundcloud in order to propel it into the wide-spanning virtual world of Spotify, where it will find a home as a commodity amongst commodities. For this I need your help!

  • A Thousand Sons

    A Thousand Sons is a solo show written and performed by Jamie Sefton telling the true story of British nuclear test veterans. After successful runs at Camden Fringe 2021 and Edinburgh Fringe 2022, A Thousand Sons heads to Camden People's Theatre (CPT) in November as part of their autumn season.

  • The Year Dot

    A heartwarming short film about loneliness and isolation... Dot (92) is planning an end-of-life party. When lockdown begins and her plans are postponed, her family sends teddies to comfort her. The teddies gradually come to life, if only in Dot’s mind.

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£3,040 funded
Ongoing
Comedy
Production

Fatima’s not pleased to see Paige. Pauline’s not impressed with Rachel’s dildo collection. Sienna is already drunk, whilst Cecily just wants to have a fun with her best friends. Oh, and there’s a killer on the loose. HEN PARTY MASSACRE is a comedy-horror film following 6 women who are about to have a celebration to remember…

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£120 funded
40 days left
Music
Production

The Kanz is an alternative rock band based in London, formed in early 2018 by the songwriter and composer Fabio Nania.

We are raising money for a new music video for their upcoming single ‘My Choice’, which will be directed & produced by Sonia Amini, co-produced by Vincent Dolan and teamed up with their amazing creative team to turn this single into an original music video.

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£1,353 funded
Ongoing
Film
Production

Release your inner demon.

The series explores the relationship between a woman and her literal demon as she relearns what it means to feel alive again whilst navigating the realities of being a young woman in a patriarchal world.

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£9,932 funded
Ongoing
Drama
Production

In her vital role at the secretive Bletchley Park, a young intelligence analyst feels the weight of the world on her shoulders as she's forced to confront the cost of war and the barriers set before her. Based on a true story.

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£2,130 funded
Ongoing
Comedy
Completion

When Tim becomes a courier for the app Wallaby, he reckons he can turn his life around: get fit, earn some money, and even get laid. He’s not accounted for his own haplessness, an antique teapot collection, and a sinister conspiracy. A modern-day queer sex comedy, featuring COLIN BAKER (Doctor Who), MARK BENTON (Anna and the Apocalypse) and LAURENCE R. HARVEY (The Human Centipede 2 & 3).

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£7,286 funded
Ongoing
Drama
Production

A magical-realist short film about a young mother in Morocco who, facing the harsh reality of her life, must make an impossible choice about her future. WEDAD is the directorial debut of British-Moroccan writer, Elias Suhail. It is being produced by British-Iraqi producer, Arij Al-Soltan in collaboration with Barney Production.

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£1,690 funded
Funded
Musical
Production

Bonny & Read is a new musical play by Claire Novello, with music composed by Frederick Appleby, and directed by award-winning director Kenneth Michaels. It depicts the circumstances that led these two women to disguise themselves as men, go out to sea, and join the notoriously male-dominated world of piracy. There are four singers and three musicians involved.

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£7,435 funded
Ongoing
Drama
Production

A BFI Network developed dark dramedy short film, written and directed by Corinne Walker, produced by Sophie Freeman and Exec Produced by Calling the Shots.

On the hottest day of the year, Barbadian fruit pickers Nicole and Vincent endure exploitative conditions on a UK fruit farm. When the farm’s owner arrives, tensions reach boiling point.

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