'Focused on producing original and daring content, from feature length productions to digital television, in a new wave of cinematic thrillers and entertainment.'
MATT E HUDSON AND BRYONY TEBBUTT IN '2 MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT'.
Rear Window Films was launched as a new European film and television production company on December 2017, focused on producing original and daring content, from feature length productions to digital television, in a new wave of cinematic thrillers and entertainment.
2021 will see production begin on 'NY·LON', the first instalment of the company's spy film franchise.
The G & T Pictures brand was started in 2020, as a subsidiary indie film studio, to focus on producing short film content. These shorts will explore new ideas and produce promotional content for upcoming productions produced through Rear Window Films.
The company's first collaboration through Rear Window Films in 2020 was the short spy thriller '2 Minutes to midnight'. The next scheduled short is a preview of the feature length thriller 'Faded' which will be out in 2022.
PUBLICITY STILL - MATT E HUDSON IN 'NY·LON'.
MATT E HUDSON
Blue eyed British leading man who is equally comfortable in front as well behind the camera as a producer, director and writer behind original, bold and riskier projects.
The Merseyside born actor began his career on stage over 25 years ago, but swapped stage for screen in 2007 adding the roles of director, producer and screenwriter to his resume. Often portraying confident, rough round the edges characters with a deep and reassuring voice that has become his trademark.
In 2020 he portrayed Miles Fisher in the short spy thriller '2 Minutes to midnight', and is returning to the role in the spy film franchise 'NY·LON' (2021).
Hudson started the company G&T Pictures to experiment with film ideas, which led to short new wave films and throw backs to golden age cinema. This ultimately led to founding Rear Window Films which would be focused on creating original feature length films and television, leaving G&T Pictures to focus on short and creative content supporting productions with Rear Window Films.
It is Rear Window Film's policy not to accept or consider creative materials, ideas, or suggestions other than those we specifically request.
This is to avoid any misunderstandings if your ideas are similar to those we have developed independently. Therefore we must request that you do not send to us any original creative materials such as screenplays, stories, original artwork, etc.