Welcome to Double D Productions
Double D Productions launched in London in 2008, concentrating initially on documentaries. Today the we produce documentaries, feature films for theatrical release and online platforms. Other services include the production management of visiting overseas production companies, and the creation of behind the scenes films (EPK) for feature films.
If you’re looking for a production company for your next documentary or feature, we’d love to hear from you. We’re always on the lookout for great ideas. Successful films make a good profit for the producer, but it can be a long hard process before there’s a return so it’s essential that your production partner offers you the best option to create the highest quality production in the most cost effective way. That’s our speciality.
WHAT ABOUT ME?
7 years in the making, WHAT ABOUT ME? is a detailed and desperate story of the 20 million global sufferers of the devastating Myalgic Encephalomyelitis illness.
Premiering at the Film France Festival in Monte Carlo on May 10th, before going on to be sold at the Cannes Film Festival with Adler & Associates Entertainment.
Our Documentary Production
The Gooner Review
The Gooner Review is an 85-minute film made by Gooners for Gooners on Arsenal FC's 2008 - 2009 season which was released on DVD on Saturday 1st August.
The film is a perfect companion to the Arsenal FC's official season review. Whereas the official season review has all the goals and interviews with current players, The Gooner Review analyses the top ten most significant moments of the season from an independent supporter's viewpoint.
Presented by actor and comedian Paul Kaye the film features interviews with Nick Hornby, Bob Wilson, Perry Groves, Joe and Clive Swift, Peter Marinello, Tom Watt, Judge Jules and many others. So you can find out what they made of the season including the unbeaten run, the captaincy issue, the semi-finals, Arsene's performance as manager and many other key issues.
Our Feature Film Production
St. Georges Day
Frank Harper’s screenplay follows two infamous London gangsters, Micky Mannock and Ray Collishaw. Both men are top of the food chain when their world is turned upside down as they lose a shipment of the Russian Mafia's cocaine.
Set in London, Amsterdam and Berlin, the story races across Europe at breakneck speed as Micky and Ray attempt to stay one step ahead of the Police and pay back the Russians by pulling off a daring diamond heist.
"ST GEORGE'S DAY" combines elements of some of the most well loved films of our generation with undertones of "Goodfellas", "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" "Snatch", "The Business", all combined with the spirit of "The Italian Job". The film is a gritty, realistic and humorous look at the London underworld.