Guide Image for Comparative Illustration (c) 20th century Fox, Avatar, Dir. James Cameron


An infomercial film for an extremist party of the future, who will ultimately rise to power and govern England. They will bring about the new system, known as Game Day.

London in the near future.

After global economic collapse far worse than any seen before, it triggers decades of riots.

The old government is thrown out - and the new ruling party brings in a radical new system.​

GAME DAY is a science fiction short film, which explores a possible future.

This video is a short piece by the Writer/Director, who explains more about him, the crew, his vision for Game Day and gives a little explanation about the Teaser Viral Video, which can be seen, along with more information, here:

​​It is meant to make life fair for all its citizens.

But as 40 year old Jeremy prepares to find out his fate, the grim reality of it unfolds...​

Pitch Video for "Game Day" - A short film which we will be filming later in the year.

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A short video by the Writer/Director, explaining more about him, the crew, his vision for Game Day and a brief explanation of the Teaser Viral Video


Guide Image for Comparative Illustration. London Riots 2011. Photographer unknown

An exciting intelligent sci-fi - Society has collapsed.

A new justice emerges... Fair. Radical. Brutal.


The Game Day short film has now been filmed and is currently in post-production.


Guide Image for Comparative Illustration. (c) Marvel Entertainment,
Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Dir. Anthony & Joe Russo

​​GAME DAY is a science-fiction short film, which follows the thrilling story of Jeremy coming face to face with a mysterious, totalitarian system.

It follows Jeremy's personal journey as he tries to escape the brutal fairness of the system, and explores what then happens to him and his family.

The film reflects on the very real issue of social inequality and the disenfranchised and warns of a radicalised future if this isn't addressed.

The storyboards above depict part of Jeremy's horrifying choices and the desperate measures to save his family from their brutal fate.

The film promises a gripping intrigue. It deftly keeps the viewer hooked with just enough information as it weaves through a stunning personal drama, culminating in a shocking climax.

Once finished, the short film will be entered for competition into the worldwide festival circuit.

It will also provide an exciting opening into a world that we intend to explore further in a long form - either as a Feature Film or a TV Series. We'll be fully developing this once the short film has been completed. Anyone interested in discussing the potential long-form should contact

It's running at around 15 minutes long. Once the visual effects and editing are complete, we will announce it here and on our Twitter feed @GAMEDAYfilm.

We'll also add some teaser shots from the film as the edit continues, but for now we've added a couple of behind the scenes to our Game Day Facebook Page, which we'll be updating with more photos soon.

Meanwhile here's information about the project, which was compiled before filming began...

The film is a tale of intrigue and suspense with some of the

exciting, slick futurism found in

Prometheus and Avatar.

It also enjoys very thought-provoking concepts akin to the

Black Mirror series, and film

Dark Knight, with a touch of the classic Clockwork Orange.