We did it
On 16th February 2020 we successfully raised £180 with 7 supporters in 34 days

The aim of this project is to make a film which is a parody of a TV drama. All cast and crew are local volunteers

by WarringtonWilliamsonProductions in Grimsby, England, United Kingdom

What is the project ?

"Knott the Line of Duty" is a parody of the excellent TV Police drama.

There's been a crime inside Stafford Street Police Station. Given the circumstances, it looks like an inside job. This means that the crack AC 12 investigators are on the case. All may not be as it seems though.

Who are WarringtonWilliamson?

Pete Warrington and John Williamson are local film makers who met at Cleethorpes Camera Club seven years ago.  Having worked on many projects at the club, we decided to form Warrington Williamson Productions.  Our last two productions were a gritty drama about two friends as their paths in life went in opposite directions: Click here to see:  RevolAtion Road. The most recent was   a music video for a singer songwriter Click here to see:   In your arms forever     This is where we met Simon and Amanda with whom we produced the music video. It went so well, we decided to work together again with "SIMAND productions. We are all fans of the TV series so this is very much a case of "Mimicry is the greatest form of flattery".

We are working with local community groups and not for profit organisations and everyone on the project is  giving their time totally free of charge so we want to make the experience the best we can for them.

What are your contributions for? 

Whilst we have a lot of good will involvement from the local community, there are costs as there are with all film projects. We have to pay for location costs, catering for cast and crew on some long shooting days, equipment hire, costume hire, transport, insurances,  music, promoting the film ....the list goes on.  This is why we would really appreciate your help.

What do you get in return for your valued  contribution?

There are plenty of rewards as you can see from the Crowdfunder website. Have a look through while you're on the Crowdfunder site.  Among other things there are  T shirts,   entry on the credits and a chance to attend the premier in the summer of 2020.  

If you have a service you could offer in the production of the film - for example -  you run a catering company, rather than make a financial donation you might like to offer your services instead and be part of the project, physically! Feel free to contact us.

Finally, we thank you in anticipation for your kind support If you would like to find out more, please contact us at either:

john@warringtonwilliamson.co.uk      or     pete@warringtonwilliamson.co.uk  

The more we raise - the better the production values on the film will be!

 Thank You

 Pete, John, Simon and Mandy. 


This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

A big thank you

For just £10 we'll thank you in the credits of our film and send you a personal thank you.

£20 or more

A super big thank you plus stuff!

You'll receive everything that the £10 reward includes PLUS either a DVD or a digital download of the completed film. You will also be entered into a free draw to attend a shoot on location (subject to your availability on shooting dates)

£50 or more

Rewards are getting better!

For £50 you will receive all of the £20 rewards PLUS a limited edition T shirt and an invitation for two people to the premier in the summer of 2020

£100 or more

0 of 3 claimed

Sponsorship Package

For £100 you will receive all of the £50 package but an invitation for 4 people to attend the premier and a goody bag to remember us by ! Your company logo can also be displayed in the credits. Product placement may be possible but there may be an extra cost to this. Do contact us for further information.

£300 or more

0 of 2 claimed

Associate Producer

for £300 you will receive the benefits of the sponsorship package and an Associate Producer credit which is great for the CV !

Got an idea like this?

Our crowd has raised over £70 million for bright ideas and good causes.