TV DRAMA - The Grey Area

Director - GarRy Fraser

Company - Pixel Riddims for BBC Scotland

Line Producer - Andy Maas

Synopsis - The Grey Area began as a volunteer-led community drama project involving a non-professional cast working together to workshop and write a fictional story, with the goal of having the story developed as a drama for the screen. The participants create and play fictional characters alongside trained amateur actors during acting workshops led by up-and-coming writer/director Garry Fraser. The cast are chosen for their experience of real-life social issues such as poverty and social exclusion.



Feature - A Spanking in paradise

Independant production

director - wayne thallon

producer - andy maas

Synopsis - Award winning micro budget dark comedy drama about fictional Edinburgh sauna.  
Premiered at EIFF 2010 – Under the Radar Section. 
International distribution by IFC Films Cinema, download and TV on demand.
Winner of 2 trailblazer awards- EIFF 2010 – Best Director and Best Actor.

Award winning dark comedy 'A Spanking in Paradise'. Justin, a human rights lawyer from London, visits his family in Scotland, lost to him since childhood, while his US visa is being processed. A few weeks in Edinburgh, he figures, should be short, sweet and above all enjoyable, but... ...

Short Film - Eyes on the street

BBC / UK FILM COUNCIL / Scottish screen Funded

director - david newbigging

producer - andy maas

Synopsis - A mockumentry comedy about the strange world of Community Wardens set in small town Scotland

Funded through Digicults short film scheme

Premiere at Brief Encounters and screened at a further 10 International Film Festivals

Made as a UK Film Council Digital Short, with the support of Scottish Screen, BBC Scotland, Glasgow Media Access Center.

short FILM - Kick About

BBC / UK FILM COUNCIL / Scottish screen Funded

director - david newbigging

producer - andy maas

Synopsis - One Family, one gang, one ball.  Fancy a Game?         
Official Selection Edinburgh International Film Festival 2007 & Rome Independent Film Festival 2008

Educational Drama -

Title - Safe Drive Stay Alive

Director - David Lumsden

Producer - Andy Maas

Brief -  SDSA is an initiative by local councils to educate teenagers of driving age on the dangers of texting during driving using this film presented within a bespoke stage play. We shot over a three days with full access to all the emergency services staff, equipment & locations.