Pity Party

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Event Horizon

Now available on VOD (France only)

 

Tomorrow Might Be The Day

Supported by Creative Scotland & Scottish Film Talent Network

In Development

Aurora’s Skies

In Development
Drama / Sci-Fi
Wr-Dir: Joséfa Celestin

The Last Kind

In Development
Sci-Fi
Writer: Matt Brothers

You Kill Me

In Development
Drama
Writer: Raymond Friel

Before I Go

In Development
Thriller / Horror
Wr-Dir: Eric Romero

Productions

Pity Party

Wr-Dir: Paul Black

Sketch Show Special

Sketch show special by Paul Black which sees Paul and his brother/frequent collaborator Mark Black play a host of new characters as well as reprising their roles as fan favourites Courtney and Maw.

Tomorrow Might Be The Day

Co-Wr-Dir: Joséfa Celestin

Drama / Sci-fi

Confronted with the alarming possibility of his niece’s rebellion, a fanatical believer sets into motion a chain of dark events that he believes will spare her from the impending apocalyptic doom.

Event Horizon

Wr-Dir: Joséfa Celestin

Drama / Sci-fi

Summer 1997, in a small village of Scotland where nothing ever happens and the days all resemble themselves, a strange cosmic event comes to disrupt Julianne’s boring everyday life

Updates

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Pity Party

Sketch Show Special

Now available on BBC iPlayer

Event Horizon

Drama / Sci-Fi
11min

Now available on Brefcinema.com

13th November 2019 in News

Creative Producers 2019

Great news for Margarita Veberaite, Producer at Shakehaus, who has been selected for the Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) Creative Producers 2019.  Creative Producers is an initiative designed to support…
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14th January 2019 in News

Four UK producers selected for Rotterdam Lab 2019

Initiated in 2001, The Rotterdam Lab is a five-day training programme for emerging producers, organised during the CineMart (supported by Creative Europe’s Access to Markets scheme), the renowned annual co-production financing forum…
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Updates

Watch

Pity Party

Sketch Show Special

Now available on BBC iPlayer

Event Horizon

Drama / Sci-Fi
11min

Now available on Brefcinema.com

Read

13th November 2019 in News

Creative Producers 2019

Great news for Margarita Veberaite, Producer at Shakehaus, who has been selected for the Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) Creative Producers 2019.  Creative Producers is an initiative designed to support…
Read More
14th January 2019 in News

Four UK producers selected for Rotterdam Lab 2019

Initiated in 2001, The Rotterdam Lab is a five-day training programme for emerging producers, organised during the CineMart (supported by Creative Europe’s Access to Markets scheme), the renowned annual co-production financing forum…
Read More
Margarita, Producer at Shakehaus

Margarita Veberaite

Producer at Shakehaus

Margarita has worked in the Screen sector since 2009. She started her career as a Production Coordinator and later Production Manager for various TV Series, managing more than 360 episodes for over 4 years before she decided to become an Independent Producer. Margarita obtained a Master’s Degree in Film Producing in 2015. During her studies, and shortly after, she worked for Faction North, assisting with feature film development.

In early 2016, Margarita co-funded Shakehaus to provide commercial video services as well as developing original content. Margarita manages video work for brands such as Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, Scottish Canals and many more.

Since 2014, she produced 9 short films. Her latest short ‘Tomorrow Might Be the Day’ was funded by the Scottish Film Talent Network New Talent Scheme. She has been selected to EIFF Talent Lab in 2018 and IFFR Talent Lab in 2019.

Margarita’s first feature project “Aurora’s Skies” has received financial support for development.

Producer

Margarita Veberaite

Shakehaus

FilmCity, 401 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 1QJ
margarita [at] shakehaus [dot] com
0141 392 0644‬