BEYOND MIRRORS

Humankind has always had a passion for storytelling. 

Our ancestors used campfires and limelight, we use celluloid and pixels. 

Beyond Mirrors produce feature films, web serials and stage plays to carry on this fine tradition. Our aim is to entertain and inspire our audiences.

THE COMPANY

Beyond Mirrors LTD was formed in 2012. The company is owned by writer & director Chris Carr to be used to develop a slate of feature film and television projects for him to direct and produce.

COMPLETED PROJECTS

"Victims" - Short Film

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Award winning actress Hattie Morahan (Outnumbered, Sense and Sensibility) and Briana Corrigan (Beautiful South) star in the short film ‘Victims’. The film deals with domestic violence and its consequences and follows news of planned British government cuts to refuge centres. ‘Victims’ was Directed by Tim Berry, Written by Rick Hughes and Produced by Chris Carr

‘Victims’ was part financed by Film London's Borough Film Fund and was selected for the finals of their ‘Best of Borough’ award. ‘Victims’ also received financial support from singer and television presenter Alesha Dixon. Additionally ‘Victims’ received support in kind from brands such as Sony, O2, BMI Airlines, Jurys Inn and Lite Panels.

Rick Hughes script for ‘Victims’ was nominated for a 2012 Scottish BAFTA

‘Victims’ is currently being broadcast in the USA on Shorts TV, which is a channel run by Shorts International who champion short films worldwide through festivals and television.

You can find out more about ‘Victims’ by it's Facebook page or visiting the films website

You can download the film from iTunes

"How not to disappear completely" - Feature Film

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Micro budget feature film produced by Beyond Mirrors and Mountview Academy of Theatre arts.

The film follows Tom as he returns to London after running away to India following his fathers suicide. Tom catches up with the friends he left behind and enlists his best friend Sean to help him find his half sister that his father had kept a secret.

The film won "Best Narrative Feature" at the Arlington Film Festival in 2015.