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About

Welcome to Wax Films a multi award winning resourceful company that makes innovative films of all shapes and sizes. Our name has become associated with intelligent and fun film production. From concept, script to screen we make films from scratch. Original in our thinking and ready with a multitude of skills in the area of film and video production, post production, motion graphics and animation.

Annabel Vine

Annabel Vine is an award winning writer and director. Her short film ‘Letterbox’ won 9 awards and had 6 nominations at international film festivals, including BAFTA qualifying ones, finding an audience in 9 countries. She is in post-production with her short film ‘Skip Girl’, that she wrote and directed, starring Richard Glover, Charlotte Beaumont and Melanie Grey.

Annabel began her career as an editor based at Ealing Studios and then went to work for James Le Bonn’s production company Love Films, making music videos for household names and emerging West London hip hop artists. She migrated to Billy Connolly’s production company Tickety-Boo, directing and editing his live show DVDs including ‘Two Night Stand’.

Her successful production company Wax Films makes digital content and web series’ for corporates, charities, and creatives. Wax has a strong focus on social change, corporate responsibility, and the natural world.

She is currently co-writing a sit-com called ‘Anarchist’s Cookbook’ with Jane Lamacraft, and her feature film, ’Skyward’, is in development. Her next short film, ‘I love Granbad’, is due to shoot in February 2018.

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WAX FILMS <br /> Showreel

WAX FILMS
Showreel

Skyward

Skyward

I Love Granbad

I Love Granbad

Skip Girl

Skip Girl

LETTERBOX <br />short <br />

LETTERBOX
short

Touch Design Group

Touch Design Group

Save The Hillyfield

Save The Hillyfield

‘SAVE STEWARD WOOD’ CROWD FUNDER

‘SAVE STEWARD WOOD’ CROWD FUNDER

CLIENT: NATIONAL TRUST <br />’50 Things’

CLIENT: NATIONAL TRUST
’50 Things’

CLIENT: HEDGESPOKEN <br /> ‘A Vehicle for the Imagination’

CLIENT: HEDGESPOKEN
‘A Vehicle for the Imagination’

CLIENT: The Wildlife Trusts <br /> ‘Uncovering the Secrets of the severn Estuary’

CLIENT: The Wildlife Trusts
‘Uncovering the Secrets of the severn Estuary’

CLIENT: BUTTER WAKEFIELD <br /> ‘Garden Design in West London’

CLIENT: BUTTER WAKEFIELD
‘Garden Design in West London’

CLIENT: SPIANANTA <br /> ‘The Roman Bakery’

CLIENT: SPIANANTA
‘The Roman Bakery’

Nkuku<br /> ‘summer Sale’

Nkuku
‘summer Sale’

Summer at Saltram

Summer at Saltram

CLIENT: <br />SALT MEDIA <br />‘The A-Z of Dining’

CLIENT:
SALT MEDIA
‘The A-Z of Dining’

9 AWARDS 10 COUNTRIES 14 FESTIVALS 970,000 VIEWS 

 

News

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19th
July 2017

by Annabel Vine

Skip Girl is in the can.

Skip Girl is in the can.  We have been in post production since April and are doing the colour grade on August 7th.  The highly talented Jay Price is doing the sound design for the film.  We are very much looking forward to working with him.    

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23rd
May 2017

by Annabel Vine

Don’t miss the hairy pit moment in our film Skip Girl

I am not sure if we are the inventors of the pit wig.  It must have been done before, maybe in Clan of the Cave Bear.  Did Daryl Hannah have hairy pits? Well lets just say we are.  My fantastic make up artist Kat Krupa-Ringuet created, no invented the pit wig.  Well it was my […]

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01st
April 2017

by Annabel Vine

Skip Girl in Pre-Production.

Annabel’s short film Skip Girl is in pre-production.  Due to be shot in London April 2017.   Martin Ware from Nina Gold has pulled a stella cast together.  Ben is being played by Richard Glover (Into the Woods, Rogue One), Tor will be played by Melanie Gray (The Aliens, Behold the Monkey) and rising star […]

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24th
August 2016

by Annabel Vine

Sometimes corporate shooting is not always very corporate.

Shooting a corporate film in Singapore for the Business school Insead was great fun.  Not only did we meet 300 people from 74 different countries, I also got to collaborate closely with six incredible creative minds, engage with a forward thinking community charity and catch up with my old flat mate Briony.  Sometime corporate shooting is […]

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