Little Fella Films


Tim is the creative Director of Little Fella Films and is responsible for the Company’s choice of projects as well as overseeing their development. After graduating from the New York Film Academy in 1999 Tim joined Hallmark entertainment as a member of their European Development team. He worked on numerous high budget Films for Television as an in-house Script Editor before setting up Little Fella Films as a vehicle for his own projects. With exclusive access to a private development fund The Company’s mission is to produce high quality feature films in the $5 million budget range for both Television and Theatrical release, all driven by strong central characters and with storylines for the international mainstream markets.

So far Tim has Written, Directed & Produced over 10 short films in his career as well as Assistant Directed & Line produced, many others. He is attached as Writer & Director for “Jimmy no legs” and “An Evening with Donald Kempinski”,


2006 “Charity Case”
Writer, Director, producer/ comedy/ 5mins/ HDV (winner audience award Rudebox short film competition)

2005 “The G.O.D Club”
Writer, Director, Producer - Comedy/ Drama. 28mins.35 mm (official selection Los Angeles international short film festival)

2004 “Midtown”
Writer, Director, Producer - Psychological drama. 20 mins. 16mm.

2003 “Easy cum…easy go!”
Producer - Comedy/ 13 mins. Dig beta

2000 - 2003 - Script Editor for Hallmark Entertainment.

2000 “Satisfied Mind”
Writer, Director, Producer Drama/10mins/16mm.

1999 “Don’t walk”
Writer, Director, Producer - Comedy/ 1 min/ 16mm (Official selection NY Int. Short Film Fest)

1999 “Happy Hour”
Writer, Director, Producer - Comedy. 3mins 16mm.

1999 “The Dinner Date”
Writer, Director, Producer - Comedy/4mins/16mm.

1998 “Anonymous”
Writer, Director, Producer - Social realism/20mins/ video.

1998 “The Rainbow”
Writer, Director, Producer Documentary/ 10mins /video.

Gareth Jones

Gareth has been involved in the financing, sales and distribution of feature films for over twenty years. After graduating in law from University College London, Gareth practised as a corporate lawyer with City firm Macfarlanes. He joined HandMade Films as an in-house lawyer in 1984, went on to head HandMade and subsequently became Managing Director of Alibi Films International, both international film sales companies. 

Gareth negotiated the corporate acquisition of HandMade Films by Paragon, a Canadian public company, and was instrumental in floating Alibi Communications plc on AIM and sat on the main board.

Gareth has financed and sold international rights in dozens of independent feature films including WITHNAIL AND I, MONA LISA, NUNS ON THE RUN, THE MAN WITH RAIN IN HIS SHOES and LOCK STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS.

Gareth executive produced Australian box office success THE HARD WORD starring Guy Pearce and Rachel Griffiths and pre-bought foreign sales rights in Sundance winner and U.S. indie hit SECRETARY starring James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhal.  Both films sold to Lion’s Gate in the U.S.  He also financed, co-executive produced and sold international rights in the Irish comedy MYSTICS.

Gareth joined Winchester Films in November 2002 as Head of UK Film Production and Financing to coordinate Winchester’s existing UK film activities including development, production, international sales and production finance.  When Winchester merged with Cobalt Media Group in July 2003 and became ContentFilm plc in 2004 Gareth actively advised the Winchester main board during these mergers. After the merger with Content Gareth remained with the company as a consultant working on the acquisition and packaging of new projects including THE BUSINESS.

Gareth also worked closely with the U.K. distribution team at Content on the acquisition and U.K. theatrical releases of several films including OPEN RANGE starring Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall and MY SUMMER OF LOVE with BBC Films.

Gareth has his own film consultancy business and is acting as Executive Producer and/or international sales consultant on several projects set in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. including:

  • PSYCH 9, a psychological thriller produced by Los Angeles based Green Card Pictures and directed by Andrew Shortell, starring Cary Elwes, Sara Foster and Michael Biehn.  The film is due for delivery in spring 2008.

  • ANGRYMAN, a political monster movie with Christian Slater in the lead role, which will shoot in North America later this year. This is written and directed by Mark Davis.

  • THE DARK ONES, a period horror film that is MASTER AND COMMANDER meets PREDATOR, due to shoot in summer 2008 on Vancouver Island.  The director is Andy Morahan (HIGHLANDER:THE SORCERER, GOAL 3).

  • CURRICULUM, a drama set in a New England private school  written and to be directed by Derek Simonds (SEVEN AND A MATCH

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