Current and upcoming projects
'Ye Shall Hew'
James Reynolds and Will Steggles, are producing (for 'Sound Sound' Productions) a short 'Don't go into the woods' type horror film full of darkly whispered encounters, contradictions and personal revelations.
'It's Okay to Say'
This short information film, produced by 'FritzStreets Films' and 'The Health Charity Fund', sees Nigel M Streeter talking about the concept of 'It's Okay to Say'. The idea is a deliberately simple one but sometimes not quite so easy to put into action.
It's all about encouraging people to feel safe when they recognise that they are struggling or maybe feeling unwell, and to take that first small step on that longer journey to being the best that they can be.
'Don't Meet Tamzin'
A 'Sound Sound' Production with James Reynolds, is a short film where a young man encounters what appears to be a dip into the interference of time.
Is it instinct or maybe something quite a little different that seems to be wanting to send him advice and information?
'Real Lives' (Creative Therapy)
This film, produced by Sean Davies for 'Dark Ark Films' in association with 'The Health Charity Fund' hears from three visual artists who talk about how 'Creative Therapy' can be successfully used by some to help them cope with a range of often debilitating mental health conditions.
Paul Williams, Nigel M Streeter and Fritz O'Skennick are interviewed about what they believe and how if has helped them in their personal and professional lives.
By Nat Pearse will be a short film based upon the poem 'Ozymandias' written in 1818 by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)
The poem tells of 'King Ozymandias' and his meeting with a Traveler and others.
Nigel M Streeter continues to work on the script for a short film to be called 'Thursday Friends' which looks at the distinctly under-publicised, but very important issues surrounding the phenomenon of 'Mate Crime' aimed at vulnerable people in our communities.
It highlights how these people can be targeted and abused by those that purport to be their 'friends' and looks at what others can do to lessen its impact or to help to prevent these things from happening to others.
Is 'The Frobisher Household' all is not as it seems. 'Benji' is the intriguing story of one mature man becoming increasingly gripped by his rapid descent into his own strange world of illogical behaviour.
Just as interesting as discovering the 'What' of Benji's behaviour we also seek out the curious 'Why' of how it came about.
'Beyond Our Mortal Coil'
Being produced by Winnie Finesse, is going to be an interview series about the paranormal, unexplained, strange and unusual, extraterrestrial and anything which is beyond our mortal coil. Covering personal stories, experiences and beliefs with a view to sharing individuals' stories with a wider audience.
The interviews will be presented in brighter, more enlightening, positive and colourful ways than the usual portrayals of paranormal experience,
The purpose is for people to share their stories that would very likely otherwise not be shared and also open up people's awareness of others beliefs or perhaps find solace that other people share their beliefs.
Nat Pearse (Director) and John Rees (Producer) bring you their short film 'The Veil'.
The story revolves around a mature woman having to deal with her thoughts and feelings after a significant change in her personal life. Has she and her behaviour been permanently altered by life's circumstance? Is she 'damaged goods'? And, most of all, is it too late to put things right?
'The Letter of John Duesbery'
A music video based upon a World War One soldiers letter home from The Western Front.
To be made by Guto Thomas (Producer) and Oliver Biggs (DOP).
Most of the pre-production work had been completed but shooting had to be postponed for now due to the Coronavirus situation. WATCH THIS SPACE !!!
'Taffman - Return of the Josher'
Fritz O'Skennick and Nigel M Streeter (FritzStreets Films) plan to produce the first of three episodes in the ongoing saga of our very own Celtic Supa'ero ... 'Taffman - The First Welsh Avenger'.
In 'Taffman - Return of the Josher' our saviour will endeavour once again to ensure that little boys and girls all over Wales can sleep safe and sound in their beds at night by putting that dastardly jocular, jumping japer 'The Josher' back in his box ...
"Good luck to you Taffman our hero, we are depending on you"
Produced for 'Community Connect Media UK' by Nigel M Streeter and Fritz O'Skennick is a light hearted tale of some decidedly strange goings on and an island encounter with a mysterious and apparently very impressive 'man of the woods'.
'Conchies' ...'World War 1 - Then and Now'
(The project has had to be postponed because of Covid pandemic having made it impossible to finish as originally planned, we will resume as soon as is possible)
Our World War One educational film project 'Conchies' (Produced and Directed by Nigel M Streeter) looks at how Conscientious Objectors were viewed then and now looking back a century later and also the dreadful effects of bloody warfare on men's mental welfare.
Filming was well under way for the 'retro' (1918) scenes in Porthcawl and some scenes for the more modern (2018) scenes have been shot in Penarth and Cardiff.