The Mad Axeman (2017) - Boudica Green

Based on a true story and award-winning play by Gill Adams, The Mad Axeman is a gripping crime thriller.

Frank Mitchell is sprung from Dartmoor prison ten days before Christmas 1966 by the Kray twins. Whilst a national manhunt ensues, Frank, labelled "The Mad Axeman" by the press, sits in hiding in a flat on the Barking Road with just a minder and hostess for company, provided by the Krays. As his request for a parole date is debated in Parliament and Christmas fast approaches, the characters desperately look for a way out and the audience is taken on a journey of gripping suspense, explosive tension and game play.

The film stars Diarmaid Murtagh (The Monuments Men, The Lake), Morgan Watkins (The Hour, Kingsman: The Secret Service) and Elen Rhys (The Bastard Executioner).

The film will be released in the UK in early 2018.

Boudica Green financed with Rebecca producing and Ian and Stella Nwimo co-producing.

Pale Star (2016) - Boudica Black

A Nordic Noir, Pale Star was shot entirely in Iceland and is the first feature from acclaimed theatre director Graeme Maley. 

Pale Star was launched at the 2016 Edinburgh International Film Festival in competition for the Michael Powell Award and continues to screen at several international film festivals. The film will be released in the UK in late 2017.

Click here for the 4* review in The List ("Graeme Maley storms onto the cinematic scene with an intense, Iceland-set thriller").

The film was produced by Eddie Dick (Let Us Prey, True North, Outcast) and Birgitta Bjornsdottir and Hlín Jóhannesdóttir (Land Ho!, Bokeh) for Boudica Black, co-financed by Creative Scotland and Boudica, with Rebecca and Ian executive producers. 

Pale Star will be released in the UK in early 2018.

Gary Numan: Android in La La Land (2016)

Filmed with candour,  warmth and humour, Android In La La Land explores life for Gary and his Numanoid family as they set up home in California and as Gary records his eagerly anticipated new album Splinter. With exclusive access to the Numan family as they unpack in California, the story unfolds at home, in the studio and on the road. What does the future hold for the Numans and how will Splinter be received by an expectant worldwide fan base?

The feature doc has received widespread praise following several festival outings (HotDocs, SXSW, Edinburgh) and was released in the UK in September 2016.

Directed by Steve Read and Rob Alexander and produced by Rob Alexander with Ian and Rebecca Executive Producers.