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Jagged Edge Productions

About Us

Jagged Edge Productions is a production company producing feature length films mostly in the horror genre. The companies mission is to continue to make British indie films that are sold and recognised globally to keep British filmmaking alive!  Jagged Edge Productions specialise in horror/thriller genres but have begun embarking onto other genre projects in their most recent and upcoming work.


Now having produced over fifty feature films, all of which have received worldwide distribution to date, they are planning some exiting new projects for 2023 after the cinema release of Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey which has received a release in over 1200 cinemas in the United States.


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Scott Jeffrey

Producer, Director, Writer

Scott Jeffrey has produced 112 feature films, mostly of the horror genre. The films are low budget and have been sold to Walmart, BestBuy, Asda, Tesco, Redbox, amongst others. Scott's recent success is the hit "Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey" which is receiving a world wide cinema release and predict to earn over 40 times its budget in profits.

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Rhys Frake-Waterfield

Producer, Director, Writer

Originally working in Corporate Strategy but desiring a change, I began transitioning into the film industry and focused on producing and directing. In the span of two years, I have produced 36 genre focused feature films for my US clients, primarily horror.


Wrote, produced, and directed the viral Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey, which has consistently dropped into the top 10 most popular films on IMDB. Scheduled to get an 1800+cinematic release worldwide, including US, Mexico, Canada, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg. It was the most popular story IGN have posted about in 2022. Also gainingmedia attention from Variety, CNN, TMZ, Fox, Ladbible, Collider, Yahoo, all major UK newspapers, Screen Rant, Dread Central, Bloody Disgusting, Rolling Stones, and HollywoodReporter amongst others. Also listed as one of the most anticipated horrors of the year in various articles.

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