BLOODY RASCAL FILMS
Award winning filmmakers Seep Scriven (Producer) and Henry Scriven (Writer/Director) created Bloody Rascal as a unique production company that thrives on fresh ideas and creativity. The company is committed to producing narrative driven films made for theatrical release.
Henry Scriven’s debut feature film, How To Become A Criminal Mastermind starring Joerg Stadler (Saving Private Ryan, Spy Game), picked up four festival awards including the Best Low Budget Film Award at the London Independent Film Festival and the Best Director Award at the Green Bay Film Festival despite being shot for less than £20,000.
Prior to that his short films such as To Let, The Babysitter and Divided screened and won awards at film festivals including the BFI London Future Festival, Edinburgh Short Film Festival and London Shortcutz Film Festival, the latter of which invited him onto their jury. Henry’s short films have amassed over 3 million total views on Youtube and over 30 million on Facebook. He has shot 3 TV pilots as well as commercials and content for clients including Boeing, Barclays, The Conservative Party, Harley Davidson, The Spectator, Hyundai, Coca Cola and WWF. As well as running Bloody Rascal he is also creative director of film agency Catch Creative.
His recently completed short film The Fox was funded by a grant from Film Earls Court and is being developed into a feature film by the same body.
Henry is attached to direct feature film Love, Sex & Killing which is being co-produced by Sara Huxley and April Kelley at Mini Productions and Colin Day at Rickshaw Entertainment. The script was written by Raymond Friel who has written three produced feature films including The Calcium Kid with Orlando Bloom.
Henry has an MA in Directing from Bournemouth University and has also studied at Maine Media School in the US. He is represented by agent Michelle McGivern at Wright & Murray.
Seep Scriven’s first short film The Babysitter won the Best Short Film Award at the Shortcutz Film Festival and was screened at the Edinburgh Short Film Festival and the London Future Film Festival.
Seep Scriven co-founded award-winning film production company Bloody Rascal in 2011 to produce feature film How to Become a Criminal Mastermind which went on to win awards at numerous festivals.
For television Seep has worked on Ewan McGregor’s Cold Chain, Extreme Homes and 24 hours in A&E as well as producing commercials for clients including Tesco, DFS and Paddy Power.
Seep has an MA in Producing Film from Bournemouth University and has also completed a Producing Feature Film course at Raindance.