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The Old Chemist
4a Silchester Road
St Leonards-on-Sea
East Sussex TN38 0JB
tel: +44 (0)1424 200 535
mob: +44 (0)7940 524 142
O Consultório
Avenida Amaral Peixoto,
nº116 - ap. 1001
mob: +55 21 96933 5571
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Endwell Productions is a not-for-profit international creative consultancy and independent film production company, which specialises in developing multidisciplinary projects using creativity, art and film as powerful tools of communication.

Based in St Leonards-on-Sea (East Sussex, UK) and established in 2004 by Mauricio Vincenzi, we have been successfully exploring this methodology through projects developed in partnerships with schools, charities, arts organisations, international private companies, and the NHS; and made possible several collaborations with artists and creatives across the board. 

Film-based technology is at the core of practically everything that we do and we are always open to expand horizons and explore a hybrid approach between the old (celluloid-based media) and the new (digital media and platforms).

For samples of the work we’ve done, click on the links above, visit our vimeo channel ( or scroll down to see some recent updates.

If you would like more information about us, please contact Mauricio, follow us on Facebook, or visit our Shop.
Latest Updates

finishing the prep for tomorrow! nearly 5am and one more (or two) tasks before bed… and the 3till3 awaits. x m.

3till3 (6th dec @ The OldChemist) Testrun, four projectors

some of the going-ons at The Old Chemist during the third session of the Cine Nights series of workshops held on 29th Nov 2014. now all hands on deck in prep to Le Grand Finale on this coming Saturday, 6th Dec (more info here:

A little record of one of Guy Bourdin’s super8s on show @ Somerset House, London. Incidentally, it was shot ‘straight8 style’ (i.e. editing on the trigger), during his seminal road trip of Britain in 1979: Britain by Cadillac.
This time around, ACTUAL super8s were twice removed - the piece was projected digitally (and to be honest in an almost insufferable telecine’d version…) and shot in Nov2014 using an ancient iPhone (and no flash photography!).
Long live celluloid indeed!!

a little of the alchemy at The Old Chemist this week in preparation to the next outings of the Cine Film nights (29th Nov & 6th Dec): Coppola/Glass/Reggio’s 1982 masterpiece (yes, shot in 35mm) juxtaposed to the amazing snapshop-film-record of nuclear testings 1945-1998… how very appropriate!!

A series of analogue film night from an archive of:
lost & found :: old & new :: ours & theirs:

- super 8 films made by Hastings & St Leonards artists and from the St Leonards International Film Festival (SLIFF).

- a ‘lucky dip’ showing of several mysterious, found & unlabelled reels of super 8 footage accompanied by wonky improvised live scores from Hysteresis

- and an opportunity to mutilate, disfigure, etch, type and scribble onto your own segment of cinefilm in a short workshop. Watch your masterpiece as it is magnified and projected at the end of the night.

Doors open 7pm, BYOB, enjoy the wonderful company, get warm & comfy and we’ll start rolling at about 7.15pm.
Don’t be late!
£3 entry.more info:


EXPLENDIT performance by the Hysteresis duo (aka Jason Williams & Charlotte Chw) at the Rock House, Hastings on 6th November 2014, and amazeballs impromptu photoshoot with Francesca Daisy Hill.
Shot on a broken and temperamental prehistoric iphone…

“Extraordinary Times” is a community documentary film by Su Warren about women in their eighties and nineties living in Hastings and St Leonards, which challenges attitudes to ageing and celebrates ageing in a new century. The film explores six women’s stories from the past and the richness of their lives today. These wonderful women prove that life is to be lived to the full at any age!

This is an “abridged version” of the 45min long documentary; the extracts selected highlight Endwell Productions’ contributions (Super 8, MiniDV, and production advice).

For more information, please visit

so here we are with the parcel to Film Rescue International posted last week for their expert treasure-cine-rescuing skills: the parcel is on its way to Canada and delivery of films expected by December… Christmas will be fun this year; can’t wait to see what comes back! keep your polaroids peeled, all’ll be revealed… x m.

testing the waters of Eastbourne Marshes so we can start yet another fantastic project for the very lucky children of West Rise Junior School!!! I expected ‘The Dark-Room’ today and got the “The Bright-Lake”… oh, I love my job! x m.

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