Carl Prechezer


"Absolutely charming, unabashedly offbeat" - VARIETY MAGAZINE 


Cinema. Documentary. Original Content.

From Hip Hop to hit men, Blue Juice to Boris Johnson, these long form projects showcase the career of a writer director known for his “absolutely charming and unabashedly offbeat” style.  His resume has seen him create award winning roles for Brian Cox, Rachel Weisz and Catherine Zeta-Jones.  During the mayoral campaign that revived Boris Johnson’s public profile, he chased the now foreign secretary around with a camera for weeks on end, conducting candid interviews about the capital’s needs and his love of motorbikes and Curly Whurlies. 




"Dad, there's something I gotta tell you, I wanna be a killer, just like you..."

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Oscar Shortlisted

Produced by Ann Skinner + Simon Relph's Skreba Films for British Screen and Channel 4 The Cutter was first seen in the cinemas with Louis Malle’s Damage. The film went on to win many awards and was shortlisted for the Oscar. 

The film stars Brian Cox and Paul Reynolds as a garrulous teenager hell bent on following in the steps of his contract killer father with disastrous consequences. Critically acclaimed it was heralded by the Observer as a “crisp truly shocking comedy” 

Digitally available for the first time the print has be restored to the highest standard by restoration experts at The Arc post-production.




"He's dead but he's GOOD"



The Grim Reaper loves to dance, Hip Hop is his passion. Understandably, for most people, that’s a surprise. So we wrote a script and made a sizzle to show you how slick the big man’s moves really are. Overflowing with universal appeal it’s an uplifting story with a feel good soul.  If you’re a channel, brand, or producer looking to engage a wide audience with an on-going series this is a great development proposal. 

As a series Dead Good is about more than dance. It’s about acceptance, the courage to follow your dreams and the secret of what really happens in the afterlife – did you know there’s more than one Grim Reaper?  In fact, there’s a whole army and each one can stop time. Makes sense, how else could they manage the day job?




"One life, live it..."

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Cult Classic

Loved by a generation Blue Juice has lasted the test of time due to its universal themes and offbeat comedy. Empire Magazine said it was “sparklingly entertainment, a surefire bet to fill the nation's cushioned seatage.” To us it’s a feel good crowd pleaser staring Catherine Zeta Jones, Sean Pertwee and Ewan McGreor before star status made them regulars of the red carpet. 

The story centres around JC (played by Pertween) who’s left the smoke for a new life chasing waves, but his long standing girlfriend Chloe (played by Zeta-Jones) is sick of his endless summer and is looking for something new… What she didn’t have in mind was a stag party lead by Ewan McGregor.

It’s a comedy of errors and male bonding long before films such as The Hangover took the world by storm.  Blue Juice’s longevity stems from it’s honest heart felt approach and a killer soundtrack thanks to the likes of Primal Scream & the late great Edwin Star.