Company Name - Company Message
short films
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The Neighbours
           

Peter Mullan and Vicki Masson in a trailer for The Neighbours short film.

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Adapted from the Raymond Carver short story, 'Neighbors', this is the story of a middle-aged couple's exposure to an enviable lifestyle and the effect this has on their relationship.

Cast: Peter Mullan and Vicki Masson
Screenwriter: Ronnie Mackintosh
Director: David McKay  
Producer: Britt Crowley
Editor: Phyllis Ironside
Original Music: Malcolm Lindsay
Prod Co: Red Crow Films / Hampden Films

Selected for:

  • Short Film Corner at the Festival De Cannes, France, May 2010
  • Palm Springs International Shortfest Film Market, USA, June 2010
  • Odense International Film Festival, Denmark, August 2010
  • Berwickshire Film Festival, July2010
  • Loch Ness Film Festival, September 2010
  • Port Townsend Film Festival, USA, September 2010
  • Tacoma Film Festival, USA, October 2010
  • 17th Lodz International Film and TV School's Festival, Poland, October 2010
  • Adelaide Film Festival, Australia, February 2011
  • The Lewis Coastal Film Festival, March 2011
  • London's East End Film Festival, April 2011
  • Glasgow's Southside Film Festival, May 2011
  • Edinburgh Short Film Festival, June, 2011
  • Glasgow's Deep Fried Film Festival, August 2011
  • Inverness Film Festival, November 2011
  • Sleepwalkers International Student and Short Film Festival, Estonia, Nov 2013
  • Shorts on Tap, London, March 2014

ONE OF 3 BEST FILMS VOTED BY JURY PANEL AT 'SHORTS ON TAP'
JUNO, SHOREDITCH, LONDON
March 2014

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Small Gifts

 
Small Gifts was nominated for best Short Film at London's East End Film Festival 2010
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A chance encounter with a stranger helps a young boy come to terms with the death of his mother.

Cast: Shaheen Khan, Nick Bagnall and Harry Soper
Screenwriter: Ronnie Mackintosh
Director: Brady Hood
Exec Prod: Joe Wright
Producer: Jameal Ali
Editor: James Page
Original Music: Maryanne Tedstone & Michael Tedstone
Prod Co: Explosive Studios and Shoebox Films

Selected for:

  • Short Film Corner at the Festival De Cannes, May, 2010
  • London's East End Film Festival, April, 2010
  • Underground Cinema, Season IV, Dun Laoghaire, Feb 2013
  • Landed Festival, Wales, May 2013
  • goNORTH Festival, Scotland, 2013


ONE OF 10 FINALISTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL FILMS SHORT COMPETITION
(along with Plagium, below)
Jan 2014 (www.filmsshort.com)

ONE OF THREE FILMS SHORTLISTED FOR FILM OF THE MONTH
at Shooting People July 2011 

NOMINATED FOR BEST SHORT FILM
at London's East End Film Festival 2010

MOST PROMISING TALENT
awarded to Director, Brady Hood by "Our Indie Cinema" for 'Small Gifts' (www.ourindiecinema.com)

DISTRIBUTION DEAL
signed for 'Small Gifts' with Shorts International
(www.shortsinternational.com)

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Plagium
                      


















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In this modern-day fairytale, a young girl who believes that everything will be happy ever after, is oblivious to the disintegration of her parents marriage.  

Cast: Jason Flemyng, Elly Fairman, Peter Glover, Elizabeth Holland, David Ross   Elliott, Grace Vallorani, and introducing Eva Burke
Screenwriter: Ronnie Mackintosh
Director: Brady Hood 
Exec Prods: Joe Wright / Seth Lochhead
Producer: Jameal Ali
Editor: James Page
Original Music: Maryanne Tedstone & Michael Tedstone
Prod Co: Explosive Studios

Selected for:

  • Write Shoot Cut, Edinburgh May 2012
  • Edinburgh Short Film Festival June 2012
  • Soul4Reel Film Festival, Maryland, USA March 2013 
  • Landed Festival, Wales May 2013
  • goNORTH Festival, Scotland June 2013
  • Limelight Film Awards, London June 2013
  • Loch Ness Film Festival, Scotland July 2013


ONE OF 10 FINALISTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL FILMS SHORT COMPETITION
(along with Small Gifts, above)
Jan 2014 (www.filmsshort.com)

ONE OF THREE FILMS SHORTLISTED FOR FILM OF THE MONTH
at Shooting People February 2012

NOMINATED FOR BEST DRAMA SHORT 
at London's Limelight Film Awards 2013

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Arthur Cant













 
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Arthur Cant's public toilet phobias mean he just ... can't.

Cast: Dai Tysall, Antonia Davies, Christopher Tajah, David Cary.
Screenwriter: Ronnie Mackintosh
Director: Fabio Dominguez
Producer: Jesse Quinones
Prod Company: Woolfcub Productions




Selected for:

  • Limelight Film Awards, London June 2012
  • Short Com, Edinburgh July 2012
  • British Urban Film Festival, London Oct 2012
  • COFILMIC Comedy Film Festival, Manchester Oct 2012
  • Finalist in the Palme Dewar Scottish Short Film Awards, Perthshire Nov 2012
  • Camberwell Free Film Festival, London March 2013
  • Heartland Flm Society, Aberfeldy April 2013
  • Troubador Film Night, London April 2013
  • Landed Festival,Wales May 2013
  • Edinburgh Short Film Festival, June 2013
  • goNORTH Festival, Scotland June 2013
  • Shorts on Tap, London Nov 2013

NOMINATED FOR BEST COMEDY SHORT 
at London's Limelight Film Awards 2012

AUDIENCE 'BEST FILM'
at London's Troubador Film Night, April 2013

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Torn










When a young boy is taken, 
questions are asked, and secrets emerge.

Completed June 2016. 

Cast: Robert Williamson, Gareth Morrison, Cameron Cessford, John Kielty, David Robb, Jordanna O'Neill.
Screenwriter: Ronnie Mackintosh
Director: Craig-James Moncur 
Ass Director: Laura Ladbroke
DoP: Martin Dick
Producer: Hamish Anstruther
Prod Company: Woolcub Productions

Selected for:

  • Moving Pictures Festival, Antwerp, Belgium, August, 2016
  • Mindfield Film Festival, Los Angeles, Oct, 2016

FINALIST IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION
at Moving Pictures Festival, Antwerp, August, 2016


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Like We Used To


Once they were lovers, years later, 
as one lies close to death, they are reunited. 



Cast: Niall Coyle, Amelia Gardham, Ben Manz, Louise Thomas. 
Screenwriter: Ronnie Mackintosh
Director: Monica Gonzalez-Carter. 
DoP: Anna Gudbrandsdottir
Producer: Francesca Alber.




in post-production
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The Last Straw



As Shona struggles to cope with John, her unfaithful, violent and possessive husband, her main concern is their 8 year old son, Sam, who she’s determined to shield from his father’s influence.  When John taunts her about his latest extra marital affair, she finds the courage to ask, yet again, to be freed from the relationship, thereby setting in motion a series of events that will change the family forever.