Green13 Films is a Multi- Award Winning independent British production and financing company. Based in Leeds/London England but operating globally. We make edgy, contemporary movies for an international audience. We have a wealth of industry experience and have worked with some of the UK’s finest creative talent.
Producing Feature Films, Documentaries, Music promos, Commercials and cross platform video to the very highest standards for some of the world's leading names.
The Green13 Films team consists of directors, writers, production crew and support personnel experienced in all areas of communication.
MEET THE CREW
COZ GREENOP (CEO & FOUNDER)
Coz is an award -winning producer, writer and director.
His debut feature ‘Wandering Rose’ was pciked up by eOne Entertainment and distributed and released on DVD/VOD in over 15 Countries and 5 Continents and has won a number of awards at film festivals around the World with critical acclaim winning 3 awards at the 2015 British Horror Film Festival at Empire cinema in Leicester Square. Best British Horror, Best Actress and Best Director. The film also made it into UK Horror and British Horror Revival’s Top 10 films of the year.
His second feature ‘Dark Beacon’ starring April Pearson (Skins) was released in 2018 by Gravitas Ventures after a successful festival circuit in 2017 winning multiple awards including Best Film, Best Actress and Best Cinematography at the American Horror Film Festival and Best Director, Best Actress, Best Cinematography at The International Film Festival of Wales.
‘House Red’ is Coz’s third feature and is currently in post production after shooting took place in Tuscany, Italy in late 2017. The film has a host of stars including Natasha Hendstrige (Species, The Whole Nine Yards) Tamer Hassan (Football Factory, The Business, Layer Cake) and Clara Padget (Black Sails, Fast and Furious 6).
LEE APSEY (COO & PRODUCER)
Lee is an award-winning writer, director, producer and performer across film, theatre and digital media. His accomplishments range from critically acclaimed feature films, and TV pilots to multiple sold-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, Brighton Fringe and Leicester Square Theatre atop a viewership of over half a million across online projects.
OLIVER PARK (PRODUCER/WRITER)
Oliver is the writer and director of the critically acclaimed horror film 'Vicious' (which won the Gold Award at Toronto After Dark for Best International Short Film) due for release 2016. Along side the various film projects Oliver is currently attached to as an actor, he is about to direct his second horror short 'Still'.
More recently Oliver has had lead roles in a number of films including Neil Oseman’s ‘Stop/Eject’ (shortlisted for BAFTA 2015), Simon Pearce's 'Watch Over Me' (Winner of 'Best Action Short' (New York 2014) and 'Platinum Remi' for Best Drama (Houston 2015)), Jack Searle’s ‘Fratton’, Darren Flaxstone’s ‘Dark Vision’ and Devon Avery's Action/Drama 'Synced'.
ALISON PEIRSE (WRITER)
Alison Peirse is a scriptwriter, script editor and cultural expert on horror film. She also has a PhD in horror films. Alison has published two books on the genre, and has just signed a contract with a major New York publisher for her next book on women filmmakers and horror film. As a scriptwriter, she has trained or worked with New Writing North / the Royal Court, BBC Writers Room and Channel 4’s 4Talent. She was recently longlisted for the BBC Drama Script Room (2018), undertook scriptwriting workshops with the Royal Court (2018) and was longlisted for the prestigious biannual Bruntwood Prize from Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre (2017). As a script consultant, she has worked with award-winning individual writers, independent producers including Colin Vaines (Gangs of New York, Coriolanus); production companies including Red Breast, Origin Pictures, Shudder Films and BBC Films, and regional development agencies, including Screen Yorkshire and Northern Film and Media.
“Unlike all the other art forms, film is able to seize and render the passage of time, to stop it, almost to possess it in infinity. I’d say that film is the sculpting of time.”
– Andrei Tarkovsky