13 Oct 2017


We’re very proud to now represent Caleb Slain in the UK – and showcase his visionary ability for poetic editing, great visuals and atmospheric commercials. Caleb Slain made his first award-winning film debut at 19 with ‘The Lost & Found Shop’. He made his mark on the festival circuit soon after with his short documentary ‘It Ain’t Over’ – which won Audience Awards at the Santa Cruz and Heartland festivals. His homage to the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman garnered praise from publications and Hoffman’s close friends. Slain recently released his experimental writing app ‘Flowstate’.

His incredible new film ‘Demon’ is screening at the Austin Film Festival 2017 as the finale in the Shorts that Go Bump in the Night program – the film is notable for being lit with natural fire and moonlight.

Check out his reel on our Directors page – for enquires contact Siobhan ( or Dan (