At our core, Mini Productions believe in the power of storytelling and the magic that lies behind escaping reality and diving into the world of another.

We serve to inspire.

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Mini Productions is a London based production company specialising in film & theatre.

It was founded in 2012 by April Kelley with a mission to nurture creative talent and bring stories to life on screen. In 2014 Sara Huxley joined the company and together they expanded into production for theatre. With a wealth of contacts at their fingertips and a focus on the power of storytelling, they bring together the best team possible for each project and intelligently craft new ideas into innovative and exciting realities, with their personal touch.

Our recent credits include: ‘Soror’ by James Webber (Driftwood) starring Rosie Day (The Seasoning House, Sixteen, All Roads Lead To Rome), Sian Breckin (Donkey Punch, Tyrannosaur, Starred Up), James Alexandrou (Eastenders) and Kate Dickie (Game of Thrones, Red Road, Prometheus, Flith).  Michael Beddoes, ‘Flotsam’ a psychologically thriller starring Sikander Malik (Hollyoaks). ‘Tea for Two’ directed by Mark Brennan starring Amanda Barrie (Carry On Cleo, Coronation Street, Bad Girls) and John Challis (Only Fools and Horse). After an extremely successful BAFTA screening, ‘Tea ForTwo’ now embarks on the festival circuit. ’The Vertical Hour’ at Park Theatre, directed by BAFTA winner Nigel Douglas and starring Peter Davison (Dr Who). The London revival went on to receive five star reviews in national press. In 2015 we shot gruesome horror, ‘The Prey’ by James Webber starring Sam Gittins (Mr Selfridge, Call The Midwife, Driftwood) & James Alexandrou (Eastenders) will be distributed by exciting, new online platform Findie. Most recently we’ve gone into production with Mint Pictures on the powerful drama, ‘Edith’ starring Peter Mullan  (Trainspotting, War Horse, Tyrannosaur), Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Suits), Sai Bennett (Mr Selfridge, Close to the Enemy) and Elliott Tittensor (Shameless, Spike Island) and is the directorial debut for Christian Cooke (The Art of More, Hello Carter, Love, Rosie).

In addition to Mini Productions, April and Sara run another strand of the business, which they call Minidipity.

It was formed after they were repeatedly approached by producers who felt the burden of having to source online marketing and social media management and yet knew how vital it was in selling their film or show. After being brought on to various projects and realising they had a natural flare for this work, they officially launched Minidipity in 2015 and now work one-to-one regularly with other producers to assist in the creation of their project and to help it fulfil its maximum commercial and brand potential. Think of them as your ‘Mini Producers’ – there to help in all aspects of marketing including: online content, graphics, photography, videography, social media management, press launches and events.

Our recent Minidipty credits include: Scoop Films’ ‘The Beat Beneath My Feet’ starring Luke Perry, Nicholas Galitzine and Lisa Dillon, ‘Queen’s Mile’ by Martin Delaney (Zero Dark Thirty, Now You See Me 2, Amar, Akbar & Tony) starring Emerald O’Hanrahan (The Archers) and Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones, Genesis) and ‘Late Shift’ by Tobias Weber which is the first feature-length production in the novel interactive movie format CtrlMovie. The audience gets to make decisions on behalf of the main character and thus influences the multi-optional development of the story. Most recently we collaborated on the up coming single from Ebonie G, ‘So Called Love’ and supported the five star Edinburgh run of a one-man show ‘Ernie’

More about Minidipity

Mini Productions is a London based production company specialising in film & theatre.

It was founded in 2012 by April Kelley with a mission to nurture creative talent and bring stories to life on screen. In 2014 Sara Huxley joined the company and together they expanded into production for theatre. With a wealth of contacts at their fingertips and a focus on the power of storytelling, they bring together the best team possible for each project and intelligently craft new ideas into innovative and exciting realities, with their personal touch.

Our recent credits include: ‘Soror’ by James Webber (Driftwood) starring Rosie Day (The Seasoning House, Sixteen, All Roads Lead To Rome), Sian Breckin (Donkey Punch, Tyrannosaur, Starred Up), James Alexandrou (Eastenders) and Kate Dickie (Game of Thrones, Red Road, Prometheus, Flith).  Michael Beddoes, ‘Flotsam’ a psychologically thriller starring Sikander Malik (Hollyoaks). ‘Tea for Two’ directed by Mark Brennan starring Amanda Barrie (Carry On Cleo, Coronation Street, Bad Girls) and John Challis (Only Fools and Horse). After an extremely successful BAFTA screening, ‘Tea ForTwo’ now embarks on the festival circuit. ’The Vertical Hour’ at Park Theatre, directed by BAFTA winner Nigel Douglas and starring Peter Davison (Dr Who). The London revival went on to receive five star reviews in national press. In 2015 we shot gruesome horror, ‘The Prey’ by James Webber starring Sam Gittins (Mr Selfridge, Call The Midwife, Driftwood) & James Alexandrou (Eastenders) will be distributed by exciting, new online platform Findie. Most recently we’ve gone into production with Mint Pictures on the powerful drama, ‘Edith’ starring Peter Mullan  (Trainspotting, War Horse, Tyrannosaur), Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Suits), Sai Bennett (Mr Selfridge, Close to the Enemy) and Elliott Tittensor (Shameless, Spike Island) and is the directorial debut for Christian Cooke (The Art of More, Hello Carter, Love, Rosie).

In addition to Mini Productions, April and Sara run another strand of the business, which they call Minidipity.

It was formed after they were repeatedly approached by producers who felt the burden of having to source online marketing and social media management and yet knew how vital it was in selling their film or show. After being brought on to various projects and realising they had a natural flare for this work, they officially launched Minidipity in 2015 and now work one-to-one regularly with other producers to assist in the creation of their project and to help it fulfil its maximum commercial and brand potential. Think of them as your ‘Mini Producers’ – there to help in all aspects of marketing including: online content, graphics, photography, videography, social media management, press launches and events.

Our recent Minidipty credits include: Scoop Films’ ‘The Beat Beneath My Feet’ starring Luke Perry, Nicholas Galitzine and Lisa Dillon, ‘Queen’s Mile’ by Martin Delaney (Zero Dark Thirty, Now You See Me 2, Amar, Akbar & Tony) starring Emerald O’Hanrahan (The Archers) and Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones, Genesis) and ‘Late Shift’ by Tobias Weber which is the first feature-length production in the novel interactive movie format CtrlMovie. The audience gets to make decisions on behalf of the main character and thus influences the multi-optional development of the story. Most recently we collaborated on the up coming single from Ebonie G, ‘So Called Love’ and supported the five star Edinburgh run of a one-man show ‘Ernie’

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Queen’s Mile: Behind the Scenes

We take a look behind the scenes on the set of the LGBT short film, Queen’s Mile… Watch here. Queen’s Mile is a heartwarming story of a young woman’s courage in coping with depression, in her own unique way.  Written & Directed by Martin Delaney we follow her journey along London’s Southbank. It stars Emerald O’Hanrahan […]

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Edith: Cinema Jam

We’re excited to announce that Christian Cooke’s heartbreaking drama about grief, Edith has been selected as one of the shorts being privately screened at Cinema Jam’s next Jam Session! The evening includes a Q & A with art director Tim Blake as well as the following shorts which will be joining Edith: On Loop directed by […]

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