JAPANFILMS
Producers:
Jonathan Parsons __ Paul Fournel __ Nigel Bliss


The directors of JAPANFILMS have placed themselves firmly in two industries - Film and Finance. Working for world renowned global investment management firms, they have brought their considerable investment acumen to the film business.

They distil their creative and financial talents to deliver films with high production values within a financial structure that not only rewards the investors, but also the cast and crew. JAPANFILMS is a British film production company that promotes and develops British talent. It’s no accident therefore that “TU£SDAY” has such a star-heavy cast. Creative and talented people want to work with JAPANFILMS.

Their first production was a short film - “Devilwood”. It won awards, broadcasting contracts and is being developed into a major UK television series.

Their next production was “Tuesday”. With an international, award-winning cast and crew, the production was shot in half the time of normal feature films, without any loss to production value. Within a fortnight of approaching the market, the film was snapped up for UK cinema, DVD and television. Within a week, Moviehouse Entertainment Sales Agents have taken the film on to sell at all international film markets.

JAPANFILMS are now moving into pre-production and development on a slate of feature films, again with international stars attached.


 



 

They distil their creative and financial talents to deliver films with high production values within a financial structure that not only rewards the talent but also the investors. With their skills and history in the City, Japan Films has been started to give investors reassurance and keep them happy, whilst creating a British film production company that promotes and develops British talent. It’s no accident that “TU£SDAY” has such a star-heavy cast. Creative and talented people want to work with Japan Films.

Their first production was a short film - “Devilwood”. It won awards, broadcasting contracts and is being developed into a major UK television series.

Their next production was “Tuesday”. With an international, award-winning cast and crew, the production was shot in half the time of normal feature films, without any loss to production value. Within a fortnight of approaching the market, the film was snapped up for UK cinema, dvd and television. Within a week, Moviehouse Entertainment Sales Agents have taken the film on to sell at all international film markets.

Japan Films are now moving into pre-production and development on a slate of feature films, again with international stars attached.