No Producers

Biting the hand that doesn’t feed us!

Films made by film workers themselves.
No corporate support, no funding from TV stations or streaming services.
No government bodies or Art institutions.
No worthy or great funding bodies are behind our films.
Our films are not made for profit.
We see cinema as a language and we speak it freely.


Wapping – A Workers Story

A film about the momentous year-long industrial dispute which began in 1986, when Rupert Murdoch plotted to move production of his papers overnight from central London’s Fleet Street to a secretly equipped and heavily guarded plant at Wapping, a docklands district in east London.

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Burbiszki – An Ode to Nature

A visual movie without words. In the tradition of films like “Koyaanisqatsi”, “The Tree of Life” and going back even further “Berlin Symphony of a Great City”. Moving pictures to music is considered “pure cinema”. The idea to look closely but see far.

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Political Comedy


Our latest film is in production. 
A political comedy.

An anarchistic collection of scenes strung together with little regard to plot.

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Picture of Beauty

In an early 20th century village, a painter with an unusual commission finds two pretty girls to model for him. Stephanie and Julia, who have been close friends in a small village dominated by the church, share a naked swim together on a hot summer day, which ignites fiery passions in both of them.

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