Warp X is a British film production company, sister to Warp Films based in Sheffield, UK with further offices in Nottingham and London. The company was founded in 2005 and produces feature films.
Warp X was founded in 2005 and produces feature films. It is a digital film studio that produces feature films in the UK with budgets usually between £400,000 and £800,000. The studio serves as a format for new film directors to create movies for the first time on a lower budget scale with less expectation for high box office revenues on their initial feature foray.
The film studio began with support from organisations including Warp Films, Film4 Productions, the UK Film Council, EM Media, Screen Yorkshire and Optimum Releasing. The intent of the film studio's creation was to add energy and vitality to the film industry in Britain.
|2008||A Complete History of My Sexual Failures||Chris Waitt||Winner, Festival Prize: Spirit of Darklight, Darklight Film Festival|
|Donkey Punch||Olly Blackburn||Filmed on a £1 million budget, over 24 days, in South Africa|
|2009||Bunny and the Bull||Paul King||Winner, Best Achievement in Production, British Independent Film Awards|
|She, a Chinese||Xiaolu Guo||Winner, Golden Leopard, Locarno International Film Festival|
|Winner, Screenplay Award, Hamburg Film Festival|
|All Tomorrow's Parties||All Tomorrow's People & Jonathan Caouette||Covers several years of the music festival, All Tomorrow's Parties, which began in 2002|
|Hush||Mark Tonderai||Nominated, Best Achievement in Production, British Independent Film Awards|
|2011||Tyrannosaur||Paddy Considine||Winner, Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer, BAFTA|
|Winner, The World Cinema Award for Directing: Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival|
|Winner, Best British Independent Film, British Independent Film Awards|
|Winner, Best Director, British Independent Film Awards|
|Kill List||Ben Wheatley||Nominated, Best Achievement in Production, British Independent Film Awards|
|Nominated, Best Director, British Independent Film Awards|
|Winner, Best Horror, Empire Awards|
|2012||Berberian Sound Studio||Peter Strickland||Previewed at London FrightFest Film Festival in August 2012, and at the 2012 Edinburgh International Film Festival|
|2013||For Those in Peril||Paul Wright||First feature film for director Paul Wright; with debut at 2013 Cannes Film Festival|
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