Hello Mozart is dedicated to enabling the very best storytelling across a wide variety of mediums. With over a decade of experience in the field, its owner Jason Bradbury worked at distributor Peccadillo Pictures for 5 years providing unique experience in the consideration of audiences and the effective translation of innovative concepts into results.
We work in three main areas; Post, Film and Theatre. What makes us special is our genuine passion for a storytelling in a variety of mediums spanning all genres and budgets.
Clients include STUDIOCANAL, Curzon Artificial Eye, Soda Pictures, HanWay, Peccadillo Pictures, VICE, One Little Indian (Björk) and Network Releasing.
Projects in development include short and feature film We Became The Cold (written by Laura Lomas), There Is No Place (written by Edward Cripps) and web series For The Kil (written by Charli Whatley). For the stage, most recent productions include Consumables (King’s Head Theatre, VAULT Festival, written by Matthew Kyne Baskott).
Jason Bradbury Biography & Selected Filmography
Jason was a senior manager at Peccadillo Pictures, spearheading the digital and online aspects of the company before assuming the role of Home Entertainment Manager. He played a key role in the theatrical and home entertainment marketing and design for UK distribution of films such as Weekend, Beauty, Keep The Lights On, Stranger By The Lake and Our Children.
As a director, Jason’s work includes the short film We Once Were Tide which was distributed in three territories (UK, US and Germany) and has garnered over 8.5m views on YouTube. Over the past few years, Jason has directed various short films which include The Casting ( i-D Online, London Short Film Festival) a music video for New Build: Look In Vain for Nowness, Nightwalkers (A Shaded View of Fashion Film, Milan Fashion Film Festival) and web series pilot Dirty Laundry (Winner of "Best British Pilot" at Pilot Light TV Festival 2018). Most rceently he shot Alone, My Friend for the Straight 8 2018 competition which was selected as one of 8 films to premiere at the event during Cannes Film Festival.