Cadies Productions Ltd

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Cadies Productions

Cadies Productions was created in April 2004.

Robin Mitchell, who co-founded Edinburgh's Cadies & Witchery Tours in 1984, is the Director of Cadies Productions.

We have produced the following documentary films:  And So Goodbye (2004, 24 mins), The Rest is Silence (2005, 10 mins), Finding Bob McArthur (2007, 75 mins), Breadmakers (2007, 11 mins), The Scottish Parliament: Following the Ghost Road (2007, 35 mins), William McLaren: An Artist Out of Time (2010, 51 mins), About A Band (2010, 43 mins), A Tale of Two Syrias (2012, 64 mins) and a series of short films for Relationships Scotland (2010-2017) 

We have also worked with Edinburgh Director Keith Bradley on his horror feature Sacrificed (2008, 80 mins) and Jim Hickey's The Dungeon Moor Killings (2009, 80 mins). Our horror comedy The Download Horror (2012, 70 mins) was released in November 2012.

Our play, May I Have The Bill, Please?, Directed by Liam Rudden, was performed at The Boards, Edinburgh Playhouse as part of the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. After a successful run, the play returns to the Fringe in 2018, this time at Le Monde in George Street.

Our Director Robin Mitchell has written one novel Grave Robbers (Luath Press), the top selling guide book What's Under the Kilt? and the children's book and stage show, Princess Pumpalot (The Farting Princess (Director Liam Rudden) which was performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. The most recent show, Princess Pumpalot: The Quest for the Purple Super-Farting Bean, will be performed at Le Monde in George Street during the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Robin Mitchell's new Princess Pumpalot book entitled Princess Pumpalot: The Super-Farting Bean Mystery was published in July 2017 and he is presently writing a new play with the title, "Title Not Known Yet".

Latest News

BAFTA Nomination for Breadmakers


Breadmakers, a short documentary by young Edinburgh filmmaker Yasmin Fedda, is one of three films nominated by BAFTA Scotland in the best short film category.

It tells the story of a community of Edinburgh workers with learning disabilities in the Garvald Bakery in Gorgie, who make a range of organic breads for delivery to shops and cafes all over Edinburgh.


London Screening for Breadmakers


Breadmakers will be screened in London at the 8th London International Disability Film Festival.

The festival takes place from 14th-19th February 2008 at the British Film Institute.

The Disability Film Festival is a unique and internationally acclaimed showcase of drama, documentary, animation and experimental films made by disabled filmmakers. It is the largest and most inclusive disability cultural Festival in Europe.

The Festival works in collaboration with many organisations and media partners, such as the Big Issue magazine. Film London’s Audience Development Fund supports this project.

More details of the festival programme will be published nearer the time.


Breadmakers secures an International Distribution Deal


Breadmakers has been signed up for international distribution by Irish-based development and distribution company Network Ireland Television.

Headed by Managing Director Derry O'Brien, Network Ireland Television is the first Irish-based development and distribution company – established in October 1995. Since its start-up, Network Ireland Television has now accumulated a catalogue of over 1,000 hours of quality English language programming and short films, and is currently selling to over 100 overseas broadcasters, home video/DVD distributors and in-flight entertainment companies.

“I realize how rare it is to get proper distribution for a short film, so I’m understandably delighted”, said Director Yasmin Fedda. “It’s a chance to get my work seen by a wider audience”.

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Breadmakers is the Short of the Month


Breadmakers has been selected as "The Short of the Month" by the Independent Cinema Office.

Established in July 2003, the Independent Cinema Office is a national organisation that aims to develop and support independent film exhibition throughout the UK. The ICO works in association with independent cinemas, film festivals, film societies and the regional and national screen agencies.

Director Yasmin Fedda was delighted with the ICO's selection. "My inspiration to make this film came from a variety of sounds I experienced while working there."

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