When Stella Morris – a poor, forty-something , working class mother of six from the Black Country – sees two friends doing an ABBA Tribute, she sees pound signs. She persuades them that she should be their manager. But in order to cash in properly she suggests a new approach: they’ll ditch the ABBA songs (so there’s no copyright) and she get a record deal with their own material. The problem is, the band – FABA – are nowhere near as good as they think they are! Stella must resort to blackmail, theft and serious hoodwinking as she
moves them up the ladder to stardom.
They have also entered Eurovision!
FABA is a dark comedy series, with an album of original, comedic pop songs attached, making it a truly unique muti-media series.
British Breakthrough is a reality TV show that follows British performers and musicians through their varied attempts to achieve success. Narrated by rock legend, Rick Wakeman, the central premise is to compare and contrast the experiences of different artists from various genres through interviews, live performance, fan/crowd reaction and documentary footage of each artist in their daily efforts.
The show will represent a number of genres, from pop to metal, and explore the narrative of each act and the unique challenges that they face. The stories that emerge will be fascinating, with triumph and failure treated in an uncompromising documentary style.
In addition it will highlight the rich diversity and unrecognized talent that exists in the British music landscape. In the end the show will show the reality of forging a career in the music business in the modern, post record company dominated age.
The Stourbridge Scene
Stourbridge Scene is a music documentary charting the careers of three bands from a sleepy Midlands town, Stourbridge. Pop Will Eat Itself, The Wonderstuff and Neds Atomic Dustbin were friends, and they all enjoyed chart success during the late 80’s and early 90’s.
The central questions are, why these bands, why then and why Stourbridge? We interview the bands themselves and notable industry figures central to the story alongside previously unseen archive footage of performances by the three bands, to understand this phenomenon.
Our team has been producing music related video features for over seven years. We specialise in filming during concert performances, backstage at rock festivals plus on the red carpet at prestigious showbiz awards ceremonies.
Recent features include exclusive First Aid Kit, You Me At Six, Jimmy Page and Pharrell Williams, with many more ongoing interviews from the UK.
Our production team has the contact book to access and film high profile artists for features on demand.
Food and music – what a great combination.
The show is hosted by Rick Wakeman and structured around an informal interview format. Each episode is filmed on location, and the guest is featured talking about their favourite meal and joining a leading chef to prepare the dish. Food is one of the few things everyone has in common and provides a platform for Rick to build a rapport with the guest. Each guest is also interviewed in another setting, either an entertainment venue, open space, or at home.
We provide content to FCCE for their weekly music show ‘Wall of Sound’. This weekly music magazine TV series brings viewers the very latest news, gossip, the latest releases and chart rundowns from the exciting world of music. The show is aired internationally to the USA, India, China and mainland Europe.