Our IP Pipeline
Craig writes all kinds of good stuff. Here are our next productions:
Virtual Reality Cinematic Experience
A young mother makes the ultimate sacrifice to save her daughter.
Isle of Dogs meets Spirited Away
An orphaned kitten must find the four magical cats (Earth Neko, Water Neko, Air Neko, and Fire Neko)
before the Goth King can corrupt their cat magic.
Primal meets Little Shop of Horrors
Her Brains. His Teeth.
A cunning girl teams up with a voracious monster to survive in a dystopian underground world.
tenent meets eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
What would you say to your younger self if you knew you'd have to kill the love of your life to save the world?
Other stories coming soon!
Stay tuned for more drama.
13 Reflections Audio Drama
Will a young mother invoke the dark magic of a cursed mirror to save her dying daughter? Would you kill to save a loved one or would you die for them? When a ten-year-old vanishes from her bathroom a single mom must decipher a Mongolian myth to save her daughter from a demon.
Empower the audience to question the boundaries of their world. Enlighten with bold perspectives. Entertain with stories that provoke wonder.
CRAIG LEW, FOUNDER AND CEO
Craig Lew is an award winning screenwriter, animator, author, director and producer. As president of a successful consulting firm, Craig’s clients ranged from the Los Angeles PBS station KCET, Deluxe Labs, to Nortel Networks, Modern Videofilm and ITC.
Craig was consulting CIO of the Getty Center, responsible for a $13M annual budget overseeing construction, technology and human resources. However his client Dreamworks SKG changed his direction away from management. Being surrounded by creatives lit his own creative fire.
Craig wrote, directed and animated his first film The Fish, which was screened at the inaugural Dreamworks Employee Film Festival and SlamDunk Film Festival. He wrote, directed and produced Little Indiscretions, an arthouse feature starring Diane Farr and produced Rock Jocks, an offbeat Sci-Fi Comedy feature film, starring Doug Jones, Robert Picardo, Felicia Day, Justin Chon, Jason Mewes, Andrew Bowen, Gerry Bednob, Mark Woolley and James Dumont.
Craig won Launch Pad's Prose Competion for his YA novel in free verse Surviving Ciera, which is also on The Red List. His feature screenplay Blade Maiden: The Platinum Assassin won best action screenplay at the 2020 Los Angeles Film Awards and is a finalist in four other competitions.
Craig received two Rockie awards for best animation and AR app for A Hitch at the Fairmont. Craig produced and directed CRANK: Flirting with the Monster, written by NY Times bestselling author Ellen Hopkins.
MARK WOOLLEY, Co-Founder
Mark Woolley is the producer of the animated films Heinous Fly Trap and Destiny Station: Realm 16. He also serves as the Executive Producer of the animated web series Children of Scythia.
Mark starred in the sci-fi feature film Rock Jocks as the villainous corporate accountant Austin and performed alongside Diane Farr in the feature film Little Indiscretions.
An accomplished composer and musician, Mark composed and performed the soundtrack of Destiny Station: Realm 16. He also co-wrote and recorded the song "Back to You" which appears on the soundtrack of the independent film 3 Days Gone.
Mark began in theatre when he studied at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Mark worked in local radio, both as a voice artist, an on-air presenter and appeared in several theatrical productions in Los Angeles, including Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and "A Midsummer Nights Dream."
Mark starred in the film Poet Heads which won the Best Mockumentary Feature at the Harlem International Film Festival.
Mark is a collector of electric guitars and heads our UK finance office.