Here are 70 movies we have made.

Screenshot from Into The Rain

Into The Rain

Our entry for the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge 2015 - Directed by Sammy Patterson. We had to include the following: 1. Title: Into the Rain 2. Dialogue line: Some people worship it like a God, but there's no accounting for taste 3. Prop/action: Padded envelope - a character opens a sealed padded envelope and pulls out a card 4. Optional Theme: Robotic limbs look natural

Screenshot from The Purple Fiend

The Purple Fiend

Get the special edition, including cast & crew commentary and a 30 minute documentary!

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Feature Title Reveal



In April 2013 Project Trident embarked on an adventure to create a film in for the SCI-FI-LONDON 48 Hour Film Challenge. The result was HERE COMES THE LIGHT See how they did it... See the finished film here.

Screenshot from BUCCANEARLY!


Eye-patches, treasure maps, cutlasses, and enough pieces-of-eight to keep everyone in icecream for years! It's just your usual family day at the beach.

Screenshot from Xidus Pain - One of the Flyest

Xidus Pain - One of the Flyest

The future of Hip Hop rests on his shoulders. It's time for Xidus Pain to get HEAVY!

Screenshot from Here Comes The Light

Here Comes The Light

When everyone has lost hope two good friends keep searching for the only thing that can set them free. This film was made for the London Sci-fi Film Festival 48 hour filmmaking competition. See the making-of here.

Screenshot from Thrown


Award winning short film Directed by Ryd Cook. A family bereavement leads to a favourite chair being assigned to the scrap heap, until a seemingly insignificant discovery leads to a change of heart. AWARDS: Best Director (Short Film), Bootleg Film Festival, Toronto, Canada 2012 Starring Steven Carne, Ashley Cook & Sam Heydon. Written by Dave Clark. Directed by Ryd Cook. Shot on Location in Cambridgeshire, UK Premiered at the 31st Cambridge Film Festival 2011.

Screenshot from That's Messed Up

That's Messed Up

A messy short from Tridentfest 2012 - something of a return to our fleshy roots.

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Andrzej wishes he has super powers. But he doesn't. Or DOES he?!

Screenshot from Teaching Simon To Skate

Teaching Simon To Skate

Simon decided he wanted to learn to skateboard. Ryd decided he wanted to teach him. This video is a superfun documentary of the events that followed.

Screenshot from Devrin Comes To Play

Devrin Comes To Play

Alistair's birthday takes a turn for the worse when Devrin comes to play.

Screenshot from The Trim

The Trim

Simon thinks Andrzej would look a lot better if his moustache had a little trim. Andrzej has a Movember page! Donate some moolah if you don't want prostates to get cancer:

Screenshot from Andy Needs His Milk

Andy Needs His Milk

When Xander Popplescotch discovers an injured man named Andy lying in the rubbish, he takes him under his wing. But now "Andy" needs his Milk. Inspired by some of the last words uttered by Michael Jackson. Thanks to all the Ladies who willingly participated in the making of this!

Screenshot from The Rainbow Machine

The Rainbow Machine

Screenshot from TRIDENTFEST 2012 - Double Bill!

TRIDENTFEST 2012 - Double Bill!

10pm Friday November 2nd at the Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge Tickets available here.

Screenshot from Bones


Body painting: Armando Seijo
Make-up and hair: Claire Goulding
Runner and hands-on help: Giulia Scrimieri
Special effects: Carl Peck
Colourist: Andrew Cloke
Thanks to Bob Walton.

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Screenshot from TridentFest 2012 teaser

TridentFest 2012 teaser

10:30pm on September 14th at the Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge A night of wild new films from Project Trident. Tickets available here. Find out more.

Screenshot from Training


Andrzej is training for a special event.

Screenshot from The Verse

The Verse

A music video we made for New Zealand's very loud PROTON BEAST.

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Chess Man

Love is a song that never ends. Life may be swift and fleeting. Hold me tight as this beautiful music, Comes each day like the dawn. Love is a song that never ends. One simple theme repeating. Like the voice of a heavenly choir, Love's sweet music goes on. Like the voice of a heavenly choir. Love's sweet music goes on.

Screenshot from Regal Squatting

Regal Squatting

From Tridentfest 2011

Screenshot from Rodger


Thugs, Clowns and a Hotdog....

Screenshot from Tellison - Freud Links the Teeth and the Heart

Tellison - Freud Links the Teeth and the Heart Massive thanks to everyone involved! Especially Ned's Mum and Dad and Lynn at County Drama Wardrobe for coming in on her day off!

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JC 2

Watch part one first. Andrzej is adamant he is not Andrzej.

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Simon's Mum thinks his friends don't take things seriously enough. Watch part 2 here.

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La Friase d'Or 2012 Best Overall Film (Audience award) Best Local Film (Audience Award) Best Local Film (Jury Award)

Screenshot from November


Smoke and Mirrors 48hours competition entry.

Screenshot from I Skate to Work Almost Everyday

I Skate to Work Almost Everyday

A visualised poem. Shot on a Canon IXUS 75 (digital stills camera), with the poem in mind. The footage was then edited, I then wrote the poem, and recorded it to the edit. Music: "Nebula" by TWYMAN Courtesy of Vertical Circle Mostly inspired by Skyler Buffmyer's work, check out her videos here. If you like this visualised poem, maybe check out my other one if you haven't already: "Waiting..." Words: I skate to work almost everyday. I like it a lot. I like skating on the different surfaces, And watching people's reactions. Toddlers stare at me like its something they're never seen before. I wonder if they haven't Dogs either bark like mad, or have no reaction at all. Some older people look at me like I've just pissed on their cornflakes. Car drivers often beep their horn at me, unnecessarily I imagine chucking my skateboard through their back window. The way I see it one of the few differences between me and a cyclist, is two wheels. I like skating in the day and watching my shadow. I like skating at night and watching my multiple shadows. I skate to work almost everyday.

Screenshot from Tellison - Edith

Tellison - Edith

We were chuffed when our buddies Tellison asked Project Trident to make them a music video! Masks etc sewn by Helly Westgate and Josie Peck Thanks to: Cambridge bike polo for letting us use their warehouse. Lesley Morgan for the Trophy. Sammy Patterson for letting us use her cat Dolly. And thanks to all our friends for being in the crowd!

Screenshot from TRIDENTFEST 2011 - PROMO 1


Coming in September as part of the Cambridge Film Festival.

Screenshot from HOT HEAD SHOW - PAYLOAD


This right here is a music video Simon Panrucker directed for the song PAYLOAD by HOT HEAD SHOW. HOT HEAD SHOW are about to go on tour with Primus, and are a great band for you to enjoy. Director, Editor, Zebra - Simon Panrucker Director of Photography - Andrzej Sosnowski Game Keeper - Sammy Patterson Lion - Tom Mooring Illustrations - Carl Peck With thanks to Ian Pons Jewell, Gaia Borretti, Jamie Fraser, Debs Reeks, Andy Jenkin, Maria Diaz Montoya.

Screenshot from Doesn't He Know?

Doesn't He Know?

This film was made for SCI-FI LONDON's 48 hour film competition. It was written, shot and edited in two days at a total cost of £3, which we spent on a rather expensive packet of biscuits. On Saturday, April 2nd at 10am, we were given these things to include in our movie: THE TITLE: Doesn’t He Know? A PROP: A plate of 3 or more biscuits; we see a character take one and eat it. A LINE OF DIALOGUE: "because once in your life, whatever they were to the world, they become everything to you" The finished film was returned to The Apollo cinema, London on the morning of April 4th. We didn't get much sleep. In the final, mad hours of post production, my battered brain forgot to add the second page of credits, which should read as follows: MINIATURE DEPARTMENT: Tommy Martin / Carl Peck THANKS: Andy Jenkin / Simon Panrucker / Ryd Cook We didn't win the contest, in fact we didn't even come close, but it was a crazy, wild ride. We learnt a lot, argued less than expected and probably did irreversible damage to our brains through lack of rest. I can't wait to do it all again next year.

Screenshot from Recycling Shelf (Put or Take)

Recycling Shelf (Put or Take)

On a certain road (which I can never remember the name of) in Cambridge, there is this shelf built into a fence, beside a house. It is the Recycling Shelf. The idea is that anyone can put any unwanted goods there for other people to take for free! This film is a collection of photos taken throughout 2010, depicting a collection of some of the stuff that has appeared on the shelf. Shot on a Canon IXUS 75 stills camera (that is now broken) and cut by myself (Ryd Cook).

Screenshot from Noki


A Sci-fi Rom-com in which our protagonist, Barry receives a fantastic gift from his girlfriend Barbs; a new Laptop. Barry is absolutely over the moon with his new gift, this is where our story begins...

Screenshot from Canary


In the bleak, dead future, there is only Work.

Screenshot from The Time I Poo'd Myself

The Time I Poo'd Myself

Made for Tridentfest London Also my first video with Tom for donkey's years! We live together again now, so expect a whole lot more...

Screenshot from While Stocks Last

While Stocks Last

This is Tom Martin's last minute zombie movie for Tridentfest 3. Conceived, shot and cut in 3 weeks.

Screenshot from The Stuff What Is In This House

The Stuff What Is In This House

Ryd takes us on a rapid tour of his home.

Screenshot from Tridentfest London Trailer

Tridentfest London Trailer

In November 2010, we took the fight to the capital.

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Terror has a big face.

Screenshot from Temporary Work

Temporary Work

This one goes out to all the diligent employees.

Screenshot from Breakfast At Googy's

Breakfast At Googy's

The precurser to Carl's mini epic THE PURPLE FIEND. Made for TRIDENTFEST 3.

Screenshot from INHERITANCE (Trailer)


Once upon a time, a group of fools embarked on an epic film project. Years later, all that remains of those months of work is this trailer, a few seconds of film from a movie that will never be.

Screenshot from Behind My Back

Behind My Back

Oh, what a silly song!

Screenshot from THE PURPLE FIEND (teaser)


A sneaky look at Carl's next film THE PURPLE FIEND, an epic action adventure romp spanning the globe. There's twenty minutes left of the year, but will there even be a new one to celebrate?

Screenshot from Waiting


Waiting... is a visualised poem about one man's frustration with waiting for buses. Shot in a day. Zero pound budget! Directed by Ryd Cook Starring Thom Dobbin Music By Ned Wilson Eames

Screenshot from Juice?


Shot and edited in 3 days. Made for CIFA MICROSHORTS theme: FEAR!

Screenshot from The Curse Of Ca'u Pek

The Curse Of Ca'u Pek

WARNING: Contains strong language and almost-graphic imagery. We made this for Carl Peck's birthday last year. Carl Peck:

Screenshot from Sandwich


Warning: this one is not for the squeamish!

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Screenshot from Day Of The Braindead

Day Of The Braindead

A trip to the library goes annoyingly awry... Written, shot and edited in a month for Tridentfest 2. In actual fact I ended up shooting, editing and doing the sound for it in just 4 days - right up until the actual screening! I'm still piecing my mind back together after that. In the time since then I have tweaked it a bit, and made it slightly shorter. And there are now super duper credits on the end drawn by the magnificent Carl Peck: Massive thanks to the awesome bunch of people who were involved in this film!

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Screenshot from Gypsy Tears

Gypsy Tears

Directed, edited and 'acted' by Greg Hilson, Devorah Hall and Ned Wilson Eames for Tridentfest 2. This was filmed in about an hour using my tiny little canon stills camera and a state-of-the-art blu-tac tripod to attach it to the dashboard of Greg's car. The first Tridentfest film to have subtitles; instant arthouse credibility. Enjoy! x

Screenshot from Butter Boy

Butter Boy

Third part of the Jack trilogy. Includes not so brief nudity :)

Screenshot from Toilet Humour

Toilet Humour

First part of the Jack trilogy.

Screenshot from Buss Stup Yo' Ass

Buss Stup Yo' Ass

Second part of the Jack trilogy.

Screenshot from Helping Hand

Helping Hand

The epic music is from film called City of the Dead or Horror Hotel, depending on where you live. It's in the public domain under the creative commons licence and you can stream or download it here;

Screenshot from Ding!


A cyclist arrogantly rings her bell... Short film made for Trident Fest 2. Devised, cast, shot and edited in the space of a month.

Screenshot from Casual Friday (Mr Silverface 2)

Casual Friday (Mr Silverface 2)

An office guy is mercilessly chased down by Mr Silverface. But why? WHY?! Oh, no reason really.

Screenshot from The Stranger

The Stranger

Our hero is stalked by a man of lesser class. Another film conceived and filmed in a day! No apologies for the quality of the sound. The music is from a brilliantly terrible 60s movie called "Bloody Pit Of Horror" or "Il Boia Scarlatto" which you can stream from here:

Screenshot from Stroll


Shot on a borrowed canon HDR FX1E and edited in Sony Vegas Pro.

Screenshot from TRIDENTFEST Trailer


Screenshot from Nope


A documentary following Chris, a projectionist with an unsettling hobby.

Screenshot from Mr Silverface

Mr Silverface

No home is safe!

Screenshot from KuPlunk


Crank came out. Dobbin fell in love with Jason. Simon was becoming a year older... it was just a matter of time for KuPlunk to be born. So here you go... here's our twisted child. We love it to bits. Organised and filmed in one day. Editing took a few evenings. Love you Simon (bloopers after the credits)

Screenshot from Head Of Department

Head Of Department

A scientist begins to regret saving his wife.

Screenshot from Internal Affairs

Internal Affairs

George is a reliable but unpopular accountant whose dull life is changed forever when he makes an unwise meal-time decision. Probably not suitable for minors.

Screenshot from Dionysus


On an insignificant space station in the distant future, one crew member has an important announcement to make.