ABOUT
EVERY PRODUCTION SHOULD BE ABLE TO PAY ITS WAY,<br /> SO THAT WE CAN ALL CONTINUE TO DO WHAT WE LOVE.

Sensorshot Productions was founded by Felix Gill in 2014 with one mission: To produce factual and fictional stories supporting new, emerging talent.

Sensorshot productions is based in London with operations in both the UK and Canada taking full full advantage of the incentives provided by UK and Canadian governments as well as having full access to the immense pool of talent and facilities in two of the most significant film centres in the world; London and Montreal.

Our unique partnership with ‘Company X’, the enables us even greater scope to develop and market new film-makers talent. Elijah Wood, a Partner and Creative Director of Company X and Spectrevision, along with Josh Waller, Daniel Noah and Lisa Whalen share our passion of film, championing scripts and movies from outside the system.

We believe that in this ultra-connected age that there are vastly more sources of revenue a production can benefit from than is traditionally hoped. We support filmmakers throughout their project’s lifecycle to maximise financial returns with a full understanding that the full revenue-generating cycle of a product may run to many years and not simply within the tight and competitive time-frame of release.

We believe in maximizing the edit on factual productions to suit different markets, different mediums and different network streams. We know that just because some of your material doesn’t get used, it does not mean that this does not have great value elsewhere.

With strong financial backing and sound commercial principles we are able to partner-up on many projects, applying a quick and progressive decision making process. This enables your work to to be produced on a greater scale, with a wider market and direct access to capital investment.

You may have an idea, a stalled production or perhaps you are struggling to raise the last third of your budget. If that is the case then you should talk to us.

We believe in this ultra-connected age that there are vastly more
sources of revenue a production can benefit from than is traditionally hoped.
We also understand that the full revenue-generating cycle of a product
can run to many years and not simply within the tight and competitive
time-frame of release.