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When it comes to producing a 'showreel from scratch', I'm all about the actor. I keep the writing and scenes simple so the focus is always on the performance, which makes ideal footage for casting directors, agents and potential jobs, as they'll clearly get to see you acting. I write specific to your casting type to ensure the scenes I produce are right for you, but I can also offer some advise if you're unsure.  

My aim is to produce professional scenes that look like they’ve been taken from a short or feature film – perfect for your new showreel. I am an award-winning filmmaker, and have been making films with 23½ Films for almost ten years, and my experience shooting with small crews and low budgets will help guide you through the process of producing a 'showreel from scratch'. To find out more about what you'll get from filming a showreel from scratch with me, visit our why choose us? page. I am based in Brighton, but can travel to London and anywhere in the South East, UK for no extra cost to you!

No more waiting around for footage! I pride myself on a quick turnaround without sacrificing on quality, so all this can be achieved in a matter of weeks. I also aim to have the finished scene or showreel sent to you within a few days after filming. I genuinely care about the work I produce, so I regularly upload examples of my scenes and scripts so you can see for yourself the standard of work I produce.

You're interested, what next? Once you've chosen how many scenes you want  to film for your 'showreel from scratch' you can either book via our website or contact us direct. I will then arrange a time to discuss the project further with you at your convenience. If you have any questions, please visit our FAQs page or contact us directly.

So... What's stopping you?

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"Dan's direction and cinematography is second to none. He brought out the best in me and kept getting me to analyse the footage to see if I was happy and the choices I was making were correct. All in all ended up to be a great scene and by far my best showreel scene to date."

- Kem H.

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