An impressive film about a pair of car thieves in the north of England combines social commentary, poignant drama and lyrical cinematography.
An impressive first feature.
BBC on Looted
"Kefi Chadwick brings a vivid picture of the mutual destructiveness of fraudulent affairs, but also an awareness that collective action can lead to public change."
The Guardian on Any Means Necessary
"A major achievement for the Nottingham Playhouse... It painstakingly captures the insidiousness of a lie that sullies everything it touches, and destroys the ability to trust."
Exeunt on Any Means Necessary
"A wonderful script from Pannevis and Kefi Chadwick"
Hollywood News on Looted
Funded by Film London, BFI, BBC Films under Microwave Scheme.
★★★★½ - DMovies, ★★★★ - The Guardian, ★★★★ - The Times, ★★★★ - Financial Times, ★★★★ - Total Film, ★★★★ - Filmuforia, ★★★★ - Flickfeast.
Writer & Creator
Political drama based on real life story of the women deceived into long term relationships with undercover police officers. Life rights acquired.
Comedy about six women on an ill-fated hen do.
Drama inspired by the real life story of Syrian refugees resettled in the Outer Hebrides.
Thriller based on real life events at Porton Down in 1950 and the reopening of the investigation into the gassing and killing of servicemen in 1990.
Exclusive life rights acquired.
Screened at 16 Oscar and Bafta nominated festivals including Tribeca, Encounters, Naples Florida, Emdem. Selected by BFI Network and the British Council for their short film portal.
Drama inspired by real life story of child member of the UVF. It screened nationally and internationally including USA and Ireland.
19 minute short. Screenings so far include Rome Independent Film Festival, Rhode Island Film Festival, This is England (France), Colchester Film Festival, Brighton Cine City. Sold to Shorts TV.
Inspired by a true story based on the life of a genetic engineer at the Sanger Institute, Cambridge.
Writer & Creator
An adaptation of Daisy McNally's thriller.
An adaptation of the novel by Lexie Elliot.