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THE LIBRARIANS - currently in pre-production

A childen's horror on the consequences of not returning a book to the library. 

BARCODE - currently in development.

A recent graduate is struggling to find work. As he chases his perfect career, an array of quirky characters help him understand what success truly means in this new digital era.

SHAKE THE ELBOW - currently in development 

A hardworking family man's secret world finally falls apart with the kidnapping of his daughter. All appears lost until Lady Luck returns to change his fortune.

THE MAN BEHIND THE MACHINE - currently in post-production

A shop owner's assistant battles with his own mortality and individuality after a new government ruling.

WOODGROVE - currently in post-production

Three boys spend a camping trip together when it all goes horrifyingly wrong. The descendant of an infamous witch hunter Harry Hopkins, encounters the revenge of the Woodgrove Witch.



Annie Lees-Jones is a British Actress having worked in the theatre, film and television industry for over twenty five years. She has been known to fall 40ft and is equally skilled with a rapier or rubber chicken! A former fight director for the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and the Movement & Stunt Director for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Over the years her natural flair for comedy has seen her appear in character roles across all forms of media and lay the path for her specialist subject; So, You Are A Comedy Actor: Or A Serious Actor That Understands Comedy?
Being passionate about film and television, with an interest in both the creative and business side of the industry her next goal was completing an MA in Producing for Film & Television gaining the skills and knowledge in production development; treatments, lookbooks, pitch decks, concept trailers, business proposals and financing to production; line producer, management and budgeting through to post-production; marketing and distribution strategies.

When you have a passion for producing films, you've got to make it happen... and the exciting factor is; there is a lot of content to be made!

'we didnt know how to make this funny and then you walked through the door' 

Franklyn Lane Films

(Bring Me Sunshine)


Stunt director and fight director Annie Lees-Jones made her  Royal Opera House debut in 2018/19 as Season co-fight director for Des Ring des Nibelungen. She returned in 2019/20 Season as Revival Fight Director for Don Giovanni.

Lees-Jones works widely in opera, theatre, television and film. She was the lead stunt actress and fight director for Andre Chenier directing fights on the world's largest open-air stage, and has worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company (The Hypocrite), Open Bar Theatre (Comedy of Errors, Romeo & Juliet, Two Gentleman of Verona) nominated for Best off-West End Performance and the award-winning Illyria (The Three Musketeers, Robin Hood and Romeo & Juliet) among many other credits.


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