Read about the projects we have been working on
Love In The Time Of Corona
Before lockdown/isolation, Rebel Act Productions's Founder wrote/acted/directed a short film called Love In The Time Of Corona about two people going on a first date during coronavirus.
Abigail finds her perfect match on the Dating App Corona Crush. Ignoring all government advice, she sets out on a mission to meet Roderick, a cricket-playing oddball with a love for IT. With their social distancing rods on, they meet in an underground, illegal restaurant to enjoy a meal in a time of food scarcity. Desperate to find connection in the midst of a global pandemic, will Abigail's initial physical attraction to Roderick turn into something more meaningful and can she defy the odds to find true love in the time of Corona?
It has been published by Chortle and The British Comedy Guide
Don't Send Her Home
Rebel Act Productions is in the process of writing a script for a film that explores the asylum system in the UK. It follows 2 woman - an immigration lawyer and a LGBT activist - as they try to navigate asylum law and their relationship with each other.
Follow My Fingers
As part of the Clapham Fringe Festival, Rebel Act Productions put on a show that explored the impact of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The show will took place on the 9th and 10th October at The Bread and Roses Theatre
The show received an astounding reception and was given a 4 star review by London Theatre Reviews. It will be taken on tour in 2010
In 2019 Rebel Act Productions finished filming a short film about homelessness. It follows a young woman on the streets of London and looks at how loneliness can manifest when someone is isolated from the wider community. It was premiered in London and Glasgow in December 2019 and will be released in 2020. So far it has won 3 awards from Oniros Film Awards, including Best Actress, Best Director and an Honourable Mention for Best 1st Time Producer