The following is a list of films we have made over the years.
After the 9th April 2005 film premiere, the film is now available for download. Two cops fight against a group of extremist terrorists, an internal investigation and their boss.
[Hollow Point Movie Page]
MTL - Meet The Locals
The second film made in 1997-2000.
A mother-ship full of aliens with attitude who pick the wrong neighbourhood to mess with.
[MTL Movie Page]
GUTS SE - Government Undercover Tactical Squad
Our first film made in 1995/6. Guns, guns and more guns.
Now on VideoCD for repeat viewing of the graphic violence.
[GUTS SE Movie Page]
Oil Wars 2059 - Trailer - Stop Motion Animation
This is a trailer for a stop motion animation I may make later this year. It was shot in my garage with a large amount of sand and a collection of Corgi and Can.DO M1 Abrams tanks.
[Oil Wars 2059 Page]
HMS Dragon Type 45 Destroyer Launch
On 17th November 2008 the fourth Type 45 Destroyer was launched from the BVT Surface Fleet ship yard at Govan, Scotland. Over 12,000 people watched one of the Royal Navy's new class of Type 45 Anti-Air Warfare Destroyers.
[HMS Dragon Type 45 Destroyer Launch Page]
HMS Daring Departs For Sea Trials
On 18th July 2007 HMS Daring departed Scotstoun, Glasgow to commence sea trials. HMS Daring is the first of class Type 45 Destroyer due to enter service with the Royal Navy. The Type 45 class will be the largest and most powerful air defence destroyers ever operated by the Royal Navy. Daring is the first of six ships ordered by the UK Ministry of Defence.
[HMS Daring Departs For Sea Trials Page]
HMS Daring Type 45 Destroyer Launch
On 1st February 2006 the first Type 45 Destroyer was launched from the BAE SYSTEMS ship yard at Scotstoun, Scotland. Over 10,000 people watched HRH Countess of Wessex name and launch Daring, the first of the Royal Navy's new class of Type 45 Anti-Air Warfare Destroyers.
[HMS Daring Launch Page]
Concorde Returns To Filton
On 26th November 2003 Concorde returned to Filton Airfield in Bristol, England. The airfield played a vital role in the development of Concorde and was home to many of the engineers who designed and built her. Thousands of people assembled around Bristol for this final flight.