PERIPHERAL

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Bobbi Johnson is a young literary sensation facing her difficult second novel. Already dealing with a crazed stalker and her junkie ex-boyfriend, Bobbi is convinced by her publisher to use new smart editing software and finds herself going head-to-head with an artificial intelligence determined to write her book for her.

PERIPHERAL
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A YOUNG WRITER
BATTLES THE
INTELLIGENT
SOFTWARE
DESIGNED TO HELP
HER WRITE HER
NEW BOOK AND
STUMBLES UPON
A CONSPIRACY OF
SOCIAL CONTROL.
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INTRODUCTION
SYNOPSIS
FILM MAKERS
CAST
STRATEGY
EIS
PERKS & BENEFITS
|CONTENTS|
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PERIPHERAL is an exciting film that was shot in the UK directed by the
award winning genre director Paul Hyett, and written by cult graphic
novel writer Dan Schaffer.
The film will be distributed globally, in cinemas and on DVD/
streaming services such as Netflix, and feature a cast of internationally
renowned stars.
The producing team brings many years of international experience
working with award winning actors and directors, and have gained
more than twenty producing credits. Achievements include winning the
Sundance Film Festival in 2011 and releasing the UK’s best selling Direct
to video title in 2015.
The team’s expertise and experience will ensure the film exceeds
the quality of other films of similar budget and genre. Peripheral
has attracted strong market interest and will be promoted and
marketed internationally at the four major international film festivals/
markets in the world: The Cannes Film Festival, The Berlin Film
Festival, The Toronto International Film Festival, and the American
Film Market.
|INTRODUCTION|
PERIPHERAL |5
|SYNOPSIS|
Bobbi Johnson is a young literary sensation facing her difficult second
novel. Already dealing with a crazed stalker and her junkie ex-boyfriend,
Bobbi is convinced by her publisher to use new smart editing software
and finds herself going head-to-head with an artificial intelligence
determined to write her book for her.
As the machine manipulates her work to suit its own nefarious ends,
Bobbi begins to realise that she is being controlled in ways far more
sinister than she suspected. She may, in fact, be a pawn in a conspiracy
of social mind control.
Too far down the rabbit hole to turn back, Bobbi must keep writing,
fighting her own addictions and hallucinations as she rushes to beat her
deadline without selling her soul in the process and becoming a cog in
a monstrous machine. A contemporary sci-fi thriller and mind bender
from cult writer Dan Schaffer (Doghouse, the Scribbler) about the war
between art and commerce, the brain and the processor, flesh and silicon.
Peripheral blends the claustrophobic intensity of PI with the hallucinatory
metaphor of Videodrome and the cultural relevance of Cosmopolis into
a fiercely smart and original genre film with a critical eye on today’s
corporate controlled digital culture of entertainment and distraction.
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|FILMMAKERS|
Formerly a multiple award winning
special make up effects designer
with twenty years of experience,
working as HOD on films as diverse
as THE DESCENT, THE WOMAN IN
BLACK, HARRY BROWN, HUNGER
and award winning television such
as DA VINCI’S DEMONS , Paul is
well known for his own unique
vision and style, and has worked
closely with some of the world’s
best directors on how their films
would incorporate his work.
His first directorial feature film,
the dark and harrowing THE
SEASONING HOUSE was chosen
to open Film 4’s 2012 Frightfest.
After critical acclaim the film went
on to festivals such as the Sitges
Film Festival, Paris International
Film Festival and San Sebastian
horror festival and won the critics’
awards at Fantasporto and Mile
High Horror Festival as well as
Best Actress at Screamfest LA
and Fantaspoa, and most recently
at Bragacine IFF grabbing Best
Director, Best Film and Best
Actress. The film was released into
cinemas in the UK in 2013 and has
already garnered a cult following
in the horror genre, the film being
overwhelmingly well received from
the horror press.
Reviews from non horror press
include: RADIO TIMES said ‘Highly
effective suspense shocker, this
hard-hitter is influenced by Alfred
Hitchcock and Roman Polanski’.
STARBURST MAGAZINE: One of
the strongest directorial débuts of
recent time. EMPIRE MAGAZINE:
Strikingly bold and brutally
compelling.
CINEVUE: Technically meticulous,
strikingly photographed, a visually-
lavish calling card for its talented
young director.
Paul then followed up most
recently with his second feature
as director the £1.7mill creature
feature HOWL. About a group
of passengers trapped on a late
night train that has broken down
in a middle of a forest. Under
attack from werewolves they
have to band together to survive
until morning. HOWL sold its first
territory to Alchemy in the US and
has since has had its UK première
at Frightfest 2015.
Overwhelmingly positive reviews
followed: FLICKERING MYTH:
Howl is a brilliant example of how
to get a monster movie right.
STARBURST: Action packed and
full of fun. Howl marks Paul Hyett
as a director to watch, particularly
for his fantastically shot
action sequences.
Paul Hyett — Director
Paul Hyett is also known for his groundbreaking special effects work. Rightfully so, as Hyett has crafted some
brilliant designs and effects for standout films The Descent, Attack the Block (for which he won a Chainsaw
Award), The Seasoning House (for which he won a Critics Choice Award), Citadel, Outpost: Black Sun, The
Children, and Eden Lake (these are but a few top-notch works on Hyett’s résumé).
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Bill Kenwright — Producer
|FILMMAKERS|
HIS films include Another Mother’s
Son, My Pure Land (Britain’s
submission for the Oscar, best
foreign language film), The Hope
Rooms, The Day After the Fair,
Stepping Out, Don’t Go Breaking
My Heart, Cheri and Broken (winner,
Best Film, British Independent Film
Awards). Burden, starring Garrett
Hedlund, Andrea Riseborough and
Forest Whitaker, will feature at the
2018 Sundance festival.
Recent West End productions
include The Exorcist (Phoenix);
Evita (Phoenix and Dominion);
How the Other Half Loves
(Haymarket); Michael Crawford
in The Go-Between (Apollo); The
War of the Worlds (Dominion);
Let the Right One In (Apollo);
Twelve Angry Men (Garrick); Will
Young in Cabaret (Savoy); Blood
Brothers (Phoenix); Dreamboats
and Petticoats (Wyndhams); Soul
Sister (Savoy); Written on the
Heart (RSC - Duchess); The Pitmen
Painters (Duchess); The Wizard of
Oz (Palladium); On the Waterfront
(Haymarket); Sunset Boulevard
(Comedy); Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
(Adelphi and New London); The
Crucible (RSC - Gielgud); Whistle
Down the Wind (Palace); A Man
for All Seasons (Theatre Royal
Haymarket); Scrooge (Palladium);
Rob Lowe in A Few Good Men
(Haymarket); Festen (Lyric); Judi
Dench in All’s Well That Ends
Well (RSC - Gielgud) and Hay
Fever (Haymarket); Jessica Lange
in A Streetcar Named Desire
(Haymarket); Long Day’s Journey
into Night (Lyric); The Glass
Menagerie (Apollo); The Taming
of the Shrew (RSC - Queens); Cat
on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric); Fallen
Angels (Apollo); Brief Encounter
(Lyric); the Peter Hall company.
On Broadway Travels With My Aunt
(Drama Desk Award); Dancing At
Lughnasa (Tony Award); Medea
(Tony Award); Ibsen’s A Doll’s
House (four Tony Awards); Théâtre
de Complicite’s The Chairs (six
Tony nominations); Cat on a Hot
Tin Roof, The Glass Menagerie,
Primo, Festen, Passing Strange and
Guys and Dolls. Blood Brothers,
which ran for 24 years in the West
End, also played for three years at
Broadway’s Music Box Theatre.
As a Director Evita, Whistle
Down the Wind, Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,
Jesus Christ Superstar, and Blood
Brothers. He was nominated for a
London Theatre Critics’ Award for
West Side Story and a Tony Award
for Blood Brothers.
He co-produced the phenomenally
successful arena tour of Elvis –
The Concert with Elvis Presley
Enterprises.
Awards include an Honorary
Doctorate from both Liverpool
University and Nottingham Trent
University, an Honorary Fellowship
from Liverpool’s John Moores
University and an Honorary
Professorship from Thames Valley
University in London. In 2002, he
received the Variety Club Bernard
Delfont Award for his contribution
to the entertainment industry, and
in the same year his CBE. In 2008,
he received a Lifetime Achievement
Award from the Theatrical
Management Association.
In 2017, to celebrate his illustrious
career in show business, he was he
was honoured by BBC Radio 2 with
a special episode of Friday Night is
Music Night which was broadcast
from the London Palladium.
Bill Kenwright is the Chairman of
English Premiere League Football
Club, Everton. And a fan.
Bill Kenwright is proprietor and Managing Director of Bill Kenwright Limited, one of the UK’s most successful
and prolific independent theatre and film production companies.
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Craig Tuohy — Executive Producer
|FILMMAKERS|
Craig spent the first 10 years of his career at Disney and Fox in theatrical
distribution and marketing. He started writing and producing in 2007.
After several award winning short films and music videos, he made the
transition to feature films.
Craig was 2nd unit producer on the hugely successful ‘Like Crazy’, which
won the grand jury prize at Sundance. Features Craig has produced
include ‘Jet Trash’ starring Rob Sheehan (Misfits), Beautiful Devils, an
adaptation of Othello starring Greg Wise (Sense & Sensibility) and Iain
Glen (Game of Thrones), and the multi award winning short film ‘The
Leap’, which was optioned to LBI Entertainment (Birdman, Drive) for the
full blockbuster remake treatment.
Since then Craig has produced and directed ‘War of Words’, a feature
length documentary which premiered at SXSW festival. Craig’s most
recent work is the record breaking DTV hit ‘The Rise of the Krays’, which
was the best selling DTV title in the UK in 5 years. Followed up by ‘The
Fall of the Krays’, which was shot concurrently with The Rise and was
released theatrically in the UK in Jan 2016.
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Red Rock Entertainment — Executive Producer
|FILMMAKERS|
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Red Rock Entertainment is a film-
finance company, based at the
world-famous Elstree Studios,
home to some of the biggest TV
shows on UK television and the
studio of choice for many successful
British filmmakers.
Working in conjunction with many
of the UK’s top production
companies to raise equity for film,
TV content and film distribution,
Red Rock Entertainment offers a
numberoftax-efficientopportunities
to investors.
It primarily works on projects that
are at an advanced stage and are
looking for the final tranche of
financing. Its focus is on film and
TV projects that have commercial
appeal, an identifiable audience,
controllable costs and a sound
financial structure.
As an executive producer, Red
Rock Entertainment can arrange
for investors to visit sets during
filming, appear as extras and attend
private screenings. It also regularly arranges seminars at Elstree Studios,
at which high-profile corporate and financial specialists offer advice
and insight into the various tax advantages of investing in the UK
film industry.
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Dan Schaffer — Writer
Anthony Boys — Editor
|FILMMAKERS|
Dan is a cult writer known for the acclaimed comic book series Dogwitch.
He is also the writer and illustrator of the graphic novels The Scribbler,
Indigo Vertigo and Killdarlings. Dan’s screen credits to date include
Doghouse, starring Stephen Graham, Danny Dyer and Noel Clarke, and
The Scribbler starring Katie Cassidy, Eliza Dushku, Garret Dillahunt, Gina
Gershon and Michelle Trachtenberg.
Anthony Boys is Editor of such comedy gold as ‘Veep’, ‘The Thick of It’,
and ‘Fresh Meat’ as well as Feature Films ‘In the Loop’ and ‘Svengali’.
Anthony is one of the few UK based editors who is a member of A.C.E.
Anthony recently won an Eddy, the highest award in editing, for his work
on HBO’s ‘Veep’. He is currently cutting on the new Sacha Baron Cohen
feature ‘Grimsby’.
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Peter Taylor — Cinematographer
Tony Noble — Production Designer
|FILMMAKERS|
Peter Taylor is the son of the late, legendary Cinematographer Gilbert
Taylor BSC who photographed many notable features including Star
Wars (1977), Dr Strangelove (1964) and A Hard Day’s Night (1964). British
Cinematographer caught up with the man himself including on his work
on Gravity (2013) for which he won the Camera Operator Of The Year
Award from The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) in Los Angeles.
Tony has production designed high profile campaigns for some of the
biggest names in British commercials, moving into features, Tony went on
to art direct Gavin Hood’s RENDITION and was the UK concept artist for
Robert De Niro’s THE GOOD SHEPHERD. More recently, Tony completed
Xavier Gens’ post apocalyptic THE DIVIDE, his latest release was the
highly acclaimed and multiple award winning MOON, for which Reel Film
Reviews referredtoTony’sproductiondesignrespectivelyas‘jawdropping’
and ‘perfect’.
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|CAST|
Hannah Arterton— Bobbi
Hannah Arterton is an actress,
known for The Five (2016), Burn
Burn Burn (2015) and Walking on
Sunshine (2014). She trained at the
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
(RADA).
Though Arterton has experience
in stage, television (BBC fantasy
series “Atlantis”) and radio (Radio
4 musical drama “Queens of
Noise”), film is where she wants to
concentrate her career, “There’s
so much variety in film,” she says,
noting she intends to balance
her work between indie and
mainstream roles. “As an actor,
you find different freedoms in both
those forms.
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|CAST|
Rosie Day
Rosie Day, Her first film was playing
Angel in Paul Hyett’s feature film
The Seasoning House for which
she received positive acclaim and
won four Best Actress awards.
Acting since a young age she has
starred in many TV shows and
dramas such as ITV’s Homefront,
Harley Street, Grantchester, BBC’s
Siblings, Cuffs, and Channel
4’s Misfits.
In 2015, she became a series regular
on Sony and starz golden globe
winning show Outlander. In 2017
she stars alongside Uma Thurman
in Down a dark hall for Lionsgate.
‘Butterfly Kisses’ a film in which
she was the lead.
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|CAST|
Thomas Antonio “Tom” Conti is a
Scottish actor, theatre director and
novelist of Italian Scots descent.
He has won a Tony Award for Best Actor
in a Play in 1979 for his performance
in Whose Life Is It Anyway?. He has
also been nominated for an Academy
Award for Best Actor for the 1983 film,
Reuben, Reuben.
Preferring contemporary over classical
theatre (with nary a Shakespeare stage
credit in sight), one of West End theatre’s
most enduring and popular faces of the
past four decades has been that of
Tom Conti.
Tom Conti— Gilmore Trent
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|CAST|
Jenny Seagrove— Merlock
British actress Jenny Seagrove
distinguished herself as a sensitive
heroine during the 1980s in plush
TV romances such as, The Woman
in White (1982), Diana (1984)
and, in particular, the adaptations
of Barbara Taylor Bradford’s A
Woman of Substance (1984)
wherein she played Emma Harte,
and Hold the Dream (1986) as
Paula Fairley.
She had a role playing an offbeat
Scottish lass in Local Hero (1983),
and in the United States she
was seen in an unsympathetic
light as the evil nanny in The
Guardian (1990), directed by
William Friedkin.
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|CAST|
Belinda Stewart-Wilson is an
English actress, born in London,
England, U.K. She is best known
for her role in the popular TV
sitcom The Inbetweeners as
Polly McKenzie.
Her most notable credits were the
roles of Victoria Reynholm, the
presumed dead wife of Douglas
Reynholm in The IT Crowd, and
Nikki in the TV series Jekyll
alongside James Nesbitt and
Gina Bellman. She also made an
appearance in the commercially
successful mockumentary feature
film Razzle Dazzle: A Journey
into Dance.
Belinda Stewart Wilson
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Elliot James Langridge is an actor
and writer, known for Northern
Soul (2014), Beautiful Devils (2017)
and Harry Potter and the Order of
the Phoenix (2007).
|CAST|
Elliot James Langridge
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|STRATEGY|
The Writer, Producer and Director are all highly
regarded experts in the field of independent
cinema. The Director is very much a star on the
rise after his extremely well received first two
features. His last film ‘Howl’ sold in the US for
more than the entire budget of this film, with a
less Internationally recognisable cast.
The film has been designed to be a festival
favourite, but produced at a budget
level where even if it is not accepted for
festivals, the core audience globally is still
believed to be large enough to fully recoup
the investment.
Netflix have recently signed a deal with XYZ
to produce low budget, unconventional Sci Fi
and Horror with a high concept. This indicates a
healthy modern interest in the genre, as Netflix
only produces products that are supported by
their audience data.
A film doesn’t need to be a large success
at the box office in order for an investor
to receive a return on their investment,
that’s the benefit of investing in
independent film.
The global marketplace for film and TV
programmes is growing rapidly as a result of
the increasing amount of platforms and media
by which they can be shown.
The benefits of investing in film stretch far
beyond the sales of box office tickets, DVD/
Blu-Ray sales, Television airings, Video
on Demand (VOD) subscriptions and the
sale of merchandise all count towards the
profit a film makes and can continue to
generate a profit for many years after a films
initial release.
What makes film investment
so special?
Story is absolutely on theme for festival
crowds and genre fans.
Concept works at low budget, as opposed
to other thrillers that are expensive scripts
compromised by budget.
Core team are industry veterans and experts
in the genre.
It is a passion project for those involved rather
than a payday.
Script that is more intelligent and subtextual
than its contemporaries, yet still delivers as a
straight genre piece.
Should play equally well to both critics and
audience.
Genre is proven to launch careers (Aranofsky,
Duncan Jones, Gareth Edwards, Brit Marling)
The team has access to a world class studio
at very favourable rates, in a production
partnership with Parkside Mediahouse.
Fast turnaround. Small shooting schedule,
small crew, limited post work.
Key points that make
Peripheral a future cult classic
and audience favourite:
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Enterprise Investment Scheme
Income Tax Relief
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS)
was introduced by the UK government
in 1994 with the aim of helping small UK
companies to raise capital from private
investors.
While an EIS investment is not without
risk, the incentives for those looking
for tax-efficient ways to invest are
extremely attractive.
These benefits include:
Investors can claim a rebate of 30% of the amount invested from income tax paid in the year prior to investment,
or on tax that is owed in the tax year of investment. Relief can be claimed on up to a maximum of £1,000,000
invested in shares in EIS-qualifying companies, giving a maximum tax reduction in any one year of £300,000,
providing the investor has sufficient income-tax liability to cover it. Shares must be held for at least 3 years.
The UK has two government-sponsored investment schemes for direct investment in companies: the Enterprise
Investment Scheme (EIS) and the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS). Both schemes, which offer
generous tax relief, were set up to encourage investment into start-up businesses that are not listed on a stock
exchange. Investment in unquoted companies often carries a high risk. The tax relief is intended to offer some
compensation for that risk.
|EIS|
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EIS investors can place a
maximum of £1,000,000 in a
single tax year, which can
be spread over a number
of companies.
A company can raise no more
than £5,000,000 in total via EIS
investment in a 12 month period.
Investors have no control
over companies that receive
their capital and must not
hold more than a 30% stake
in any company in which
they invest.
Companies seeking investment
must be based in the UK and
have a permanent base in
the country.
The company’s trade must be
no more than seven years old.
Tax relief of 30% can be claimed
in the current or previous tax
year (from 	 date of share
certificate).
A capital gains deferral can be
claimed against the current
tax year.
No inheritance tax to be
paid after two years. No
income tax or capital gains
tax to be paid on any profits
on disposal.
Loss relief on any monies lost
can be claimed at current
tax rate.
Monies must remain in the
company for three years to
benefit from the above.
Capital Gains Tax Deferral
If investors have any capital gains tax to pay in the current or next tax year, or if they have paid capital gains
tax in the last two to three years, they can claim back or defer tax to the equivalent of up to 20% (or 28%
if the gain is on a residential property or for 2015/16) of the capital they have invested in the EIS-qualifying
company. If the gain is deferred, when the EIS shares are disposed of then the gain will crystallise at the
prevailing rate at that time.
The payment of tax on a capital gain can be deferred where the gain is invested in the shares of an EIS-
qualifying company. A capital gain can arise from the disposal of any kind of asset, but the investment
must be made within a period of one year before or three years after the gain arose. There are no minimum
or maximum amounts for deferral, nor is there a minimum period for which the shares must be held. The
deferred capital gain is brought back into charge whenever the shares are disposed of, or are deemed to
have been disposed of under the EIS legislation.
If a loss is made on the disposal of EIS shares then the loss, less the 30% initial relief may be set against income
or capital gains for tax purposes.
Loss Relief
Key Points
|EIS|
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PRIVATE SCREENINGS
PHOTOS WITH THE STARS
Private film screenings form part of a film’s
production and release cycle. To show off the
film to its best advantage, special preview
screeningsareroutinelyheldinlowseat-count
theatres offering high-quality projection and
sound equipment.
These events, which are usually accompanied
by food and drink, also feature commentary
from the film’s producers, writers or actors.
The guest list for a private screening
typically includes VIP media personalities,
investors, and key marketing and distribution
executives.
A red-carpet premiere is the
highpoint of a film’s release.
Attended by its stars, alongside
A-list celebrities, industry moguls
and the media, they epitomise the
Hollywood dream.
When one of our films premieres,
our investors are invited to join us
on the red carpet, and experience
the glitz and glamour of showbiz
for themselves.
RED CARPET EVENTS
NAME IN THE CREDITS
|PERKS & BENEFITS|
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|PERKS & BENEFITS|
VIP TIER ONE
4 Tickets to the opening night of one BKL production of your choice or any other BKL show*
Interval hospitality
A programme for each person
VIP TIER TWO
4 Tickets to opening night performances of any two BKL productions or any other BKL show*
Interval hospitality
Programmes for each person
An official poster signed by the cast*
Backstage tour
VIP TIER THREE
Associate Producer Credit on the film credits
4 Tickets to opening night performances of any three BKL productions, or any other BKL show*
Interval hospitality
Programmes for each person
An official poster signed by the cast*
Full guided tour of the set and backstage by a producer representative*
Access for two to attend rehearsals of a BKL production
Exclusive Meet and Greet with the cast*
* Occasionally some productions or theatres are not suitable for any or all aspects of the VIP tier packages
in which case an alternative will be offered. The management reserves the right to change the VIP tier
programme without notice. The decision of the management is final.
All tickets must be claimed and used by December 2018.
CLIENTS WILL BE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO FALL INTO ONE OF
THE THREE CATEGORIES BELOW DEPENDING ON THEIR LEVEL
OF PARTICIPATION. (Further details upon request)
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  • 2. 2| PERIPHERAL A YOUNG WRITER BATTLES THE INTELLIGENT SOFTWARE DESIGNED TO HELP HER WRITE HER NEW BOOK AND STUMBLES UPON A CONSPIRACY OF SOCIAL CONTROL. DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this email is for information purposes only. The email and its content are not, and should not be deemed to be an offer of, or invitation to engage in any investment activity. The email should not be construed as advice, or a personal recommendation by Red Rock Entertainment Ltd. Red Rock Entertainment Ltd is not authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The content of this promotion is not authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA). Reliance on the promotion for the purpose of engaging in any investment activity may expose an individual to a significant risk of losing all of the investment. UK residents wishing to participate in this promotion must fall into the category of sophisticated investor or high net worth individual as outlined by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
  • 3. PERIPHERAL |3 INTRODUCTION SYNOPSIS FILM MAKERS CAST STRATEGY EIS PERKS & BENEFITS |CONTENTS| 4 5 6-11 12-17 19 20-21 22-23
  • 4. 4| PERIPHERAL PERIPHERAL is an exciting film that was shot in the UK directed by the award winning genre director Paul Hyett, and written by cult graphic novel writer Dan Schaffer. The film will be distributed globally, in cinemas and on DVD/ streaming services such as Netflix, and feature a cast of internationally renowned stars. The producing team brings many years of international experience working with award winning actors and directors, and have gained more than twenty producing credits. Achievements include winning the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 and releasing the UK’s best selling Direct to video title in 2015. The team’s expertise and experience will ensure the film exceeds the quality of other films of similar budget and genre. Peripheral has attracted strong market interest and will be promoted and marketed internationally at the four major international film festivals/ markets in the world: The Cannes Film Festival, The Berlin Film Festival, The Toronto International Film Festival, and the American Film Market. |INTRODUCTION|
  • 5. PERIPHERAL |5 |SYNOPSIS| Bobbi Johnson is a young literary sensation facing her difficult second novel. Already dealing with a crazed stalker and her junkie ex-boyfriend, Bobbi is convinced by her publisher to use new smart editing software and finds herself going head-to-head with an artificial intelligence determined to write her book for her. As the machine manipulates her work to suit its own nefarious ends, Bobbi begins to realise that she is being controlled in ways far more sinister than she suspected. She may, in fact, be a pawn in a conspiracy of social mind control. Too far down the rabbit hole to turn back, Bobbi must keep writing, fighting her own addictions and hallucinations as she rushes to beat her deadline without selling her soul in the process and becoming a cog in a monstrous machine. A contemporary sci-fi thriller and mind bender from cult writer Dan Schaffer (Doghouse, the Scribbler) about the war between art and commerce, the brain and the processor, flesh and silicon. Peripheral blends the claustrophobic intensity of PI with the hallucinatory metaphor of Videodrome and the cultural relevance of Cosmopolis into a fiercely smart and original genre film with a critical eye on today’s corporate controlled digital culture of entertainment and distraction.
  • 6. 6| PERIPHERAL |FILMMAKERS| Formerly a multiple award winning special make up effects designer with twenty years of experience, working as HOD on films as diverse as THE DESCENT, THE WOMAN IN BLACK, HARRY BROWN, HUNGER and award winning television such as DA VINCI’S DEMONS , Paul is well known for his own unique vision and style, and has worked closely with some of the world’s best directors on how their films would incorporate his work. His first directorial feature film, the dark and harrowing THE SEASONING HOUSE was chosen to open Film 4’s 2012 Frightfest. After critical acclaim the film went on to festivals such as the Sitges Film Festival, Paris International Film Festival and San Sebastian horror festival and won the critics’ awards at Fantasporto and Mile High Horror Festival as well as Best Actress at Screamfest LA and Fantaspoa, and most recently at Bragacine IFF grabbing Best Director, Best Film and Best Actress. The film was released into cinemas in the UK in 2013 and has already garnered a cult following in the horror genre, the film being overwhelmingly well received from the horror press. Reviews from non horror press include: RADIO TIMES said ‘Highly effective suspense shocker, this hard-hitter is influenced by Alfred Hitchcock and Roman Polanski’. STARBURST MAGAZINE: One of the strongest directorial débuts of recent time. EMPIRE MAGAZINE: Strikingly bold and brutally compelling. CINEVUE: Technically meticulous, strikingly photographed, a visually- lavish calling card for its talented young director. Paul then followed up most recently with his second feature as director the £1.7mill creature feature HOWL. About a group of passengers trapped on a late night train that has broken down in a middle of a forest. Under attack from werewolves they have to band together to survive until morning. HOWL sold its first territory to Alchemy in the US and has since has had its UK première at Frightfest 2015. Overwhelmingly positive reviews followed: FLICKERING MYTH: Howl is a brilliant example of how to get a monster movie right. STARBURST: Action packed and full of fun. Howl marks Paul Hyett as a director to watch, particularly for his fantastically shot action sequences. Paul Hyett — Director Paul Hyett is also known for his groundbreaking special effects work. Rightfully so, as Hyett has crafted some brilliant designs and effects for standout films The Descent, Attack the Block (for which he won a Chainsaw Award), The Seasoning House (for which he won a Critics Choice Award), Citadel, Outpost: Black Sun, The Children, and Eden Lake (these are but a few top-notch works on Hyett’s résumé).
  • 7. PERIPHERAL |7 Bill Kenwright — Producer |FILMMAKERS| HIS films include Another Mother’s Son, My Pure Land (Britain’s submission for the Oscar, best foreign language film), The Hope Rooms, The Day After the Fair, Stepping Out, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, Cheri and Broken (winner, Best Film, British Independent Film Awards). Burden, starring Garrett Hedlund, Andrea Riseborough and Forest Whitaker, will feature at the 2018 Sundance festival. Recent West End productions include The Exorcist (Phoenix); Evita (Phoenix and Dominion); How the Other Half Loves (Haymarket); Michael Crawford in The Go-Between (Apollo); The War of the Worlds (Dominion); Let the Right One In (Apollo); Twelve Angry Men (Garrick); Will Young in Cabaret (Savoy); Blood Brothers (Phoenix); Dreamboats and Petticoats (Wyndhams); Soul Sister (Savoy); Written on the Heart (RSC - Duchess); The Pitmen Painters (Duchess); The Wizard of Oz (Palladium); On the Waterfront (Haymarket); Sunset Boulevard (Comedy); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi and New London); The Crucible (RSC - Gielgud); Whistle Down the Wind (Palace); A Man for All Seasons (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Scrooge (Palladium); Rob Lowe in A Few Good Men (Haymarket); Festen (Lyric); Judi Dench in All’s Well That Ends Well (RSC - Gielgud) and Hay Fever (Haymarket); Jessica Lange in A Streetcar Named Desire (Haymarket); Long Day’s Journey into Night (Lyric); The Glass Menagerie (Apollo); The Taming of the Shrew (RSC - Queens); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric); Fallen Angels (Apollo); Brief Encounter (Lyric); the Peter Hall company. On Broadway Travels With My Aunt (Drama Desk Award); Dancing At Lughnasa (Tony Award); Medea (Tony Award); Ibsen’s A Doll’s House (four Tony Awards); Théâtre de Complicite’s The Chairs (six Tony nominations); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Glass Menagerie, Primo, Festen, Passing Strange and Guys and Dolls. Blood Brothers, which ran for 24 years in the West End, also played for three years at Broadway’s Music Box Theatre. As a Director Evita, Whistle Down the Wind, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Blood Brothers. He was nominated for a London Theatre Critics’ Award for West Side Story and a Tony Award for Blood Brothers. He co-produced the phenomenally successful arena tour of Elvis – The Concert with Elvis Presley Enterprises. Awards include an Honorary Doctorate from both Liverpool University and Nottingham Trent University, an Honorary Fellowship from Liverpool’s John Moores University and an Honorary Professorship from Thames Valley University in London. In 2002, he received the Variety Club Bernard Delfont Award for his contribution to the entertainment industry, and in the same year his CBE. In 2008, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Theatrical Management Association. In 2017, to celebrate his illustrious career in show business, he was he was honoured by BBC Radio 2 with a special episode of Friday Night is Music Night which was broadcast from the London Palladium. Bill Kenwright is the Chairman of English Premiere League Football Club, Everton. And a fan. Bill Kenwright is proprietor and Managing Director of Bill Kenwright Limited, one of the UK’s most successful and prolific independent theatre and film production companies.
  • 8. 8| PERIPHERAL Craig Tuohy — Executive Producer |FILMMAKERS| Craig spent the first 10 years of his career at Disney and Fox in theatrical distribution and marketing. He started writing and producing in 2007. After several award winning short films and music videos, he made the transition to feature films. Craig was 2nd unit producer on the hugely successful ‘Like Crazy’, which won the grand jury prize at Sundance. Features Craig has produced include ‘Jet Trash’ starring Rob Sheehan (Misfits), Beautiful Devils, an adaptation of Othello starring Greg Wise (Sense & Sensibility) and Iain Glen (Game of Thrones), and the multi award winning short film ‘The Leap’, which was optioned to LBI Entertainment (Birdman, Drive) for the full blockbuster remake treatment. Since then Craig has produced and directed ‘War of Words’, a feature length documentary which premiered at SXSW festival. Craig’s most recent work is the record breaking DTV hit ‘The Rise of the Krays’, which was the best selling DTV title in the UK in 5 years. Followed up by ‘The Fall of the Krays’, which was shot concurrently with The Rise and was released theatrically in the UK in Jan 2016. PERIPHERAL
  • 9. PERIPHERAL |9 Red Rock Entertainment — Executive Producer |FILMMAKERS| Heretiks 1 Her etiks A PAUL HYETT FILM AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS a johnny kevorkianfilm david Bradley Abigail Cruttenden Sam Gittens Holly Weston Grant Master Neerja Naik Kris Saddler starring That Good Night 1 1 DYSTOPIADYSTOPIA 1 THEY HAVE THE MOST IMPORTANT MISSION. THEY MUST NOT FAIL. THEY ARE THE LAST. ENDEAVOR 1 Some journeys are measured by what you sacrifice to get there JANUARY 2017 Red Rock Entertainment is a film- finance company, based at the world-famous Elstree Studios, home to some of the biggest TV shows on UK television and the studio of choice for many successful British filmmakers. Working in conjunction with many of the UK’s top production companies to raise equity for film, TV content and film distribution, Red Rock Entertainment offers a numberoftax-efficientopportunities to investors. It primarily works on projects that are at an advanced stage and are looking for the final tranche of financing. Its focus is on film and TV projects that have commercial appeal, an identifiable audience, controllable costs and a sound financial structure. As an executive producer, Red Rock Entertainment can arrange for investors to visit sets during filming, appear as extras and attend private screenings. It also regularly arranges seminars at Elstree Studios, at which high-profile corporate and financial specialists offer advice and insight into the various tax advantages of investing in the UK film industry.
  • 10. 10| PERIPHERAL Dan Schaffer — Writer Anthony Boys — Editor |FILMMAKERS| Dan is a cult writer known for the acclaimed comic book series Dogwitch. He is also the writer and illustrator of the graphic novels The Scribbler, Indigo Vertigo and Killdarlings. Dan’s screen credits to date include Doghouse, starring Stephen Graham, Danny Dyer and Noel Clarke, and The Scribbler starring Katie Cassidy, Eliza Dushku, Garret Dillahunt, Gina Gershon and Michelle Trachtenberg. Anthony Boys is Editor of such comedy gold as ‘Veep’, ‘The Thick of It’, and ‘Fresh Meat’ as well as Feature Films ‘In the Loop’ and ‘Svengali’. Anthony is one of the few UK based editors who is a member of A.C.E. Anthony recently won an Eddy, the highest award in editing, for his work on HBO’s ‘Veep’. He is currently cutting on the new Sacha Baron Cohen feature ‘Grimsby’.
  • 11. PERIPHERAL |11 Peter Taylor — Cinematographer Tony Noble — Production Designer |FILMMAKERS| Peter Taylor is the son of the late, legendary Cinematographer Gilbert Taylor BSC who photographed many notable features including Star Wars (1977), Dr Strangelove (1964) and A Hard Day’s Night (1964). British Cinematographer caught up with the man himself including on his work on Gravity (2013) for which he won the Camera Operator Of The Year Award from The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) in Los Angeles. Tony has production designed high profile campaigns for some of the biggest names in British commercials, moving into features, Tony went on to art direct Gavin Hood’s RENDITION and was the UK concept artist for Robert De Niro’s THE GOOD SHEPHERD. More recently, Tony completed Xavier Gens’ post apocalyptic THE DIVIDE, his latest release was the highly acclaimed and multiple award winning MOON, for which Reel Film Reviews referredtoTony’sproductiondesignrespectivelyas‘jawdropping’ and ‘perfect’.
  • 12. 12| PERIPHERAL |CAST| Hannah Arterton— Bobbi Hannah Arterton is an actress, known for The Five (2016), Burn Burn Burn (2015) and Walking on Sunshine (2014). She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Though Arterton has experience in stage, television (BBC fantasy series “Atlantis”) and radio (Radio 4 musical drama “Queens of Noise”), film is where she wants to concentrate her career, “There’s so much variety in film,” she says, noting she intends to balance her work between indie and mainstream roles. “As an actor, you find different freedoms in both those forms.
  • 13. PERIPHERAL |13 |CAST| Rosie Day Rosie Day, Her first film was playing Angel in Paul Hyett’s feature film The Seasoning House for which she received positive acclaim and won four Best Actress awards. Acting since a young age she has starred in many TV shows and dramas such as ITV’s Homefront, Harley Street, Grantchester, BBC’s Siblings, Cuffs, and Channel 4’s Misfits. In 2015, she became a series regular on Sony and starz golden globe winning show Outlander. In 2017 she stars alongside Uma Thurman in Down a dark hall for Lionsgate. ‘Butterfly Kisses’ a film in which she was the lead.
  • 14. 14| PERIPHERAL |CAST| Thomas Antonio “Tom” Conti is a Scottish actor, theatre director and novelist of Italian Scots descent. He has won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play in 1979 for his performance in Whose Life Is It Anyway?. He has also been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for the 1983 film, Reuben, Reuben. Preferring contemporary over classical theatre (with nary a Shakespeare stage credit in sight), one of West End theatre’s most enduring and popular faces of the past four decades has been that of Tom Conti. Tom Conti— Gilmore Trent
  • 15. PERIPHERAL |15 |CAST| Jenny Seagrove— Merlock British actress Jenny Seagrove distinguished herself as a sensitive heroine during the 1980s in plush TV romances such as, The Woman in White (1982), Diana (1984) and, in particular, the adaptations of Barbara Taylor Bradford’s A Woman of Substance (1984) wherein she played Emma Harte, and Hold the Dream (1986) as Paula Fairley. She had a role playing an offbeat Scottish lass in Local Hero (1983), and in the United States she was seen in an unsympathetic light as the evil nanny in The Guardian (1990), directed by William Friedkin.
  • 16. 16| PERIPHERAL |CAST| Belinda Stewart-Wilson is an English actress, born in London, England, U.K. She is best known for her role in the popular TV sitcom The Inbetweeners as Polly McKenzie. Her most notable credits were the roles of Victoria Reynholm, the presumed dead wife of Douglas Reynholm in The IT Crowd, and Nikki in the TV series Jekyll alongside James Nesbitt and Gina Bellman. She also made an appearance in the commercially successful mockumentary feature film Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance. Belinda Stewart Wilson
  • 17. PERIPHERAL |17 Elliot James Langridge is an actor and writer, known for Northern Soul (2014), Beautiful Devils (2017) and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007). |CAST| Elliot James Langridge
  • 19. PERIPHERAL |19 |STRATEGY| The Writer, Producer and Director are all highly regarded experts in the field of independent cinema. The Director is very much a star on the rise after his extremely well received first two features. His last film ‘Howl’ sold in the US for more than the entire budget of this film, with a less Internationally recognisable cast. The film has been designed to be a festival favourite, but produced at a budget level where even if it is not accepted for festivals, the core audience globally is still believed to be large enough to fully recoup the investment. Netflix have recently signed a deal with XYZ to produce low budget, unconventional Sci Fi and Horror with a high concept. This indicates a healthy modern interest in the genre, as Netflix only produces products that are supported by their audience data. A film doesn’t need to be a large success at the box office in order for an investor to receive a return on their investment, that’s the benefit of investing in independent film. The global marketplace for film and TV programmes is growing rapidly as a result of the increasing amount of platforms and media by which they can be shown. The benefits of investing in film stretch far beyond the sales of box office tickets, DVD/ Blu-Ray sales, Television airings, Video on Demand (VOD) subscriptions and the sale of merchandise all count towards the profit a film makes and can continue to generate a profit for many years after a films initial release. What makes film investment so special? Story is absolutely on theme for festival crowds and genre fans. Concept works at low budget, as opposed to other thrillers that are expensive scripts compromised by budget. Core team are industry veterans and experts in the genre. It is a passion project for those involved rather than a payday. Script that is more intelligent and subtextual than its contemporaries, yet still delivers as a straight genre piece. Should play equally well to both critics and audience. Genre is proven to launch careers (Aranofsky, Duncan Jones, Gareth Edwards, Brit Marling) The team has access to a world class studio at very favourable rates, in a production partnership with Parkside Mediahouse. Fast turnaround. Small shooting schedule, small crew, limited post work. Key points that make Peripheral a future cult classic and audience favourite:
  • 20. 20| PERIPHERAL Enterprise Investment Scheme Income Tax Relief The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) was introduced by the UK government in 1994 with the aim of helping small UK companies to raise capital from private investors. While an EIS investment is not without risk, the incentives for those looking for tax-efficient ways to invest are extremely attractive. These benefits include: Investors can claim a rebate of 30% of the amount invested from income tax paid in the year prior to investment, or on tax that is owed in the tax year of investment. Relief can be claimed on up to a maximum of £1,000,000 invested in shares in EIS-qualifying companies, giving a maximum tax reduction in any one year of £300,000, providing the investor has sufficient income-tax liability to cover it. Shares must be held for at least 3 years. The UK has two government-sponsored investment schemes for direct investment in companies: the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS). Both schemes, which offer generous tax relief, were set up to encourage investment into start-up businesses that are not listed on a stock exchange. Investment in unquoted companies often carries a high risk. The tax relief is intended to offer some compensation for that risk. |EIS|
  • 21. PERIPHERAL |21 EIS investors can place a maximum of £1,000,000 in a single tax year, which can be spread over a number of companies. A company can raise no more than £5,000,000 in total via EIS investment in a 12 month period. Investors have no control over companies that receive their capital and must not hold more than a 30% stake in any company in which they invest. Companies seeking investment must be based in the UK and have a permanent base in the country. The company’s trade must be no more than seven years old. Tax relief of 30% can be claimed in the current or previous tax year (from date of share certificate). A capital gains deferral can be claimed against the current tax year. No inheritance tax to be paid after two years. No income tax or capital gains tax to be paid on any profits on disposal. Loss relief on any monies lost can be claimed at current tax rate. Monies must remain in the company for three years to benefit from the above. Capital Gains Tax Deferral If investors have any capital gains tax to pay in the current or next tax year, or if they have paid capital gains tax in the last two to three years, they can claim back or defer tax to the equivalent of up to 20% (or 28% if the gain is on a residential property or for 2015/16) of the capital they have invested in the EIS-qualifying company. If the gain is deferred, when the EIS shares are disposed of then the gain will crystallise at the prevailing rate at that time. The payment of tax on a capital gain can be deferred where the gain is invested in the shares of an EIS- qualifying company. A capital gain can arise from the disposal of any kind of asset, but the investment must be made within a period of one year before or three years after the gain arose. There are no minimum or maximum amounts for deferral, nor is there a minimum period for which the shares must be held. The deferred capital gain is brought back into charge whenever the shares are disposed of, or are deemed to have been disposed of under the EIS legislation. If a loss is made on the disposal of EIS shares then the loss, less the 30% initial relief may be set against income or capital gains for tax purposes. Loss Relief Key Points |EIS|
  • 22. 22| PERIPHERAL PRIVATE SCREENINGS PHOTOS WITH THE STARS Private film screenings form part of a film’s production and release cycle. To show off the film to its best advantage, special preview screeningsareroutinelyheldinlowseat-count theatres offering high-quality projection and sound equipment. These events, which are usually accompanied by food and drink, also feature commentary from the film’s producers, writers or actors. The guest list for a private screening typically includes VIP media personalities, investors, and key marketing and distribution executives. A red-carpet premiere is the highpoint of a film’s release. Attended by its stars, alongside A-list celebrities, industry moguls and the media, they epitomise the Hollywood dream. When one of our films premieres, our investors are invited to join us on the red carpet, and experience the glitz and glamour of showbiz for themselves. RED CARPET EVENTS NAME IN THE CREDITS |PERKS & BENEFITS|
  • 23. PERIPHERAL |23 |PERKS & BENEFITS| VIP TIER ONE 4 Tickets to the opening night of one BKL production of your choice or any other BKL show* Interval hospitality A programme for each person VIP TIER TWO 4 Tickets to opening night performances of any two BKL productions or any other BKL show* Interval hospitality Programmes for each person An official poster signed by the cast* Backstage tour VIP TIER THREE Associate Producer Credit on the film credits 4 Tickets to opening night performances of any three BKL productions, or any other BKL show* Interval hospitality Programmes for each person An official poster signed by the cast* Full guided tour of the set and backstage by a producer representative* Access for two to attend rehearsals of a BKL production Exclusive Meet and Greet with the cast* * Occasionally some productions or theatres are not suitable for any or all aspects of the VIP tier packages in which case an alternative will be offered. The management reserves the right to change the VIP tier programme without notice. The decision of the management is final. All tickets must be claimed and used by December 2018. CLIENTS WILL BE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO FALL INTO ONE OF THE THREE CATEGORIES BELOW DEPENDING ON THEIR LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION. (Further details upon request)