Invitation to invest into Multi Part TV Drama development. 

Make British TV history and enjoy up to 25% returns with capital paid back first


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be a part of this great british story.

 Whilst Demand for British TV drama is at an all time high

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be a part of this great british story.

 Whilst Demand for British TV drama is at an all time high

Proposed Business Plan: We are looking to raise a minimum of £120,000 (per episode) to produce a pilot for a new multi part TV Drama titled "World Famous Composer Series" to include the dramatised lives of Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Chopin & Handel, as well as some more recent composers such as Gershwin. This is a natural progression from our feature film based on Mozart that won a Hollywood Award for Best International Film which sold internationally to most of the worlds largest streaming giants, with a full scale theatrical release in Japan.

Our starting point is the first three episodes of the Mozart Series (cost approx £360,000) although our intention is to use the completed first installment to approach Netflix and other Streaming Organizations to agree a forward purchase of the Mozart Series.

Make British TV history and enjoy up to 25% returns with capital paid back first

Why Longford Films LTD

John Stephenson OBE Film Director: The Film Director for Interlude in Prague has been awarded the OBE in the 2000 Queen's Millennium Honors List for his services to computer animation industry as a designer for the Millennium Project. John has been involved in TV and Film since 1982. He worked within the production team of children's feature film (about a talking pig) Babe (1995) that grossed $254.1 million.

Management team

Our first feature film, Mozart in Love (Interlude in Prague)

Won a Hollywood Award for Best International Film, as well as enjoying international distribution and screening on Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC, Sky and Cinesky. 

Track Record

Multi Millionaire Backing

Majority Shareholder & ProducerBrian Ashby Hon DBA FRICS is the screenwriter, a producer and largely the sole financier of feature film Interlude in Prague (2017) (£5,000,000 cost). 

He is a member of Mensa and has 40 years’ experience developing shopping malls and other commercial properties around the world. 

Brian is a chartered Surveyor and has an honorary degree, Doctor of Business Administration, from the University of Derby and he is the principle founder of Foundation Derbyshire (Derbyshire Community Foundation), which has donated over £15,000,000 to philanthropic causes in Derbyshire. 

He is also the Derbyshire Patron of Marie Curie. He donated a profit share to both charities and intends to do so for consecutive films. 

Invitation to Invest into multi part tv drama development 

Early investment has been sourced from the world's oldest Royal Warrant holder John Broadwood & Sons (est 1728) that supplied musical instruments to Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Chopin & Handel, as well as 50 UK Stately Homes, formerly the homes of aristocracy but now mostly National Trust property.  

 

From the producers of Mozart in love (Interlude in Prague)

From the producers of Mozart in love (Interlude in Prague)

From the producers of Mozart in love (Interlude in Prague)

"WORLD FAMOUS COMPOSER SERIES"

From the producers of Mozart in love (Interlude in Prague) & Producer of Gosford park



Won a Hollywood Award for Best International Film, as well as enjoying intenational distribution and screening on Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC, Sky and Cinesky. 


Access to CAST

Image below: Film premiere of Interlude in Prague at ODEON Cinema Leicester Square London.  

Aneurin Barnard as Mozart (Dunkirk)

James Purefoy as Baron Saloka (A Knight's Tale)

Samantha Barks as Josefa Duchek (Les Misérables)

Having worked with the world's famous Ross and Jon Hubbard Casting agency with over 3 decades of experience we have access to A-listers. See some of our cast employed during "Mozart in Love" (Interlude in Prague)

Proposed Business Plan: We are looking to raise a minimum of £120,000 (per episode) to produce a pilot for a new multi part TV Drama titled "World Famous Composer Series" to include the dramatised lives of Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Chopin & Handel, as well as some more recent composers such as Gershwin. This is a natural progression from our feature film based on Mozart that won a Hollywood Award for Best International Film which sold internationally to most of the worlds largest streaming giants, with a full scale theatrical release in Japan.

Our starting point is the first three episodes of the Mozart Series (cost approx £360,000) although our intention is to use the completed first instalment to approach Netflix and other Streaming organisations to agree a forward purchase of the Mozart Series.

Our Business Plan: Our starting point (pilot) is to develop 1-3 episodes of the Mozart Series dramatising the earlier period of his life at which point we will seek an investment from a streaming giant or major national broadcaster. We will not take the FULL production RISK and seek to profit during the production process. 

Early investment has been sourced from the world's oldest Royal Warrant holder John Broadwood & Sons (est 1728) that supplied musical instruments to Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Chopin & Handel, as well as 50 UK Stately Homes, formerly the homes of aristocracy but now mostly National Trust property.  

 

Having worked with the world's famous Ross and Jon Hubbard Casting agency with over 3 decades of experience we have access to A-listers. See some of our cast employed during "Mozart in Love" (Interlude in Prague)

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