Egerton Crescent Productions or ECP was founded in 2016 by Charlie Burt and Omar Parker. Since it's inception, ECP has prided itself on it's motto of "Quality in Motion," creating the highest quality films in the most professional manner possible. Over the past two years, the company has lived up to it's name, creating short content of the highest caliber and reaching some of the largest platforms in the independent film scene.

Omar Parker
Omar Parker is a Lebanese American film producer originally from San Diego, California. Omar is the son of a theater actress and a Webby Award winning web designer. His love of film began after watching the Maltese Falcon at the age of 13. He began producing films at the age of 19, and established a production company shortly after. Omar's work has been shown all over the world, in countries such as the United Kingdom, France, Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela as well as at film festivals such as Cannes, Sundance, Berlin, Tiff, Tribeca and the Brazilian Museum of Modern Art. 


Charlie Burt
Charlie was born in Southern Vermont, and later moved to the mountains of Wyoming. At the age of eighteen, Charlie became one of the youngest licensed real estate agents in America. Charlie graduated Jackson Hole High School and later went to Montana State University to study Film and Photography. Charlie got his start in the industry by being a theatrical producer, most notably West Side Story. In High School Charle did work for Brain Farm Media and Teton Gravity Research along with many others. Shortly after he directed his first film, Frequency Modulation. Charlie Burt continues to be an award winning photographer and film producer/director.

Life Death & Rebirth

The Burying Party


Damiana (2017)
A film following the incredible life of poet Wilfred Owen, in time for the 100 year anniversary of
his death.
Director: Richard Weston
Producer: Neil Perriam
Starring: Matthew Staite, Sid Phoenix, Will Burren, Joyce Branagh, and Benjamin Longthorne
Project's Website: The Burying Party
This year (2018) marks the 100th anniversary of Wilfred Owen’s death and independent producers Sine Wave Media and Egerton Crescent Productions are raising funds to commemorate Owen’s last year with a film about his final year on earth.
​Last year saw the commemorations for the Battle of the Somme. Owen took part in the latter part of this vital conflict, culminating in an attack on the established emplacements of the Germans near Ors some 18 months later. It was here that he lost his life after he and his platoon were exposed by rising mist on the early morning of November 4th. His mother received the news of his death on Armistice Day.
After convalescing with Sassoon at Craiglockhart Hospital in Edinburgh due to "shell shock", he spent many spectacular bohemian days and nights in London with his peers. He then resolved to return to the front against Sassoon's advice, moving towards the Battle of Sambre while flooded with memories of his times at home.It has been constantly ignored that Wilfred was gay, (as was Sassoon and Moncrieff, Ross and Graves) but his sexuality is a vital part of his life story. This is a tale of outsiders who changed the world through their bravery and unique talent, at a time where they would not be "suffered" by the British Empire.

What he spoke about in his poetry reflects the events of today. The brutal, all-consuming, life-destroying nature of conflict. World leaders are threatening one another with devastating loss of life, families are left destitute in their war-torn environments, and Owen's words speak truer than ever before:


Damiana (2017)

Festivals & Screenings:
Festival Biarritz Amérique Latinen (Special Jury Mention)
Cannes Film Festival
CINÉLATINO - Rencontres Cinémas d'Amérique Latine de Toulouse
The International Cinematographers’ Film Festival “MANAKI BROTHERS”
VIA XIV - Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de Verín
Curta Kinoforum - São Paulo International Short Film Festival
Festival Internacional de Cine de Viña del Mar
International Izmir Short Film Festival
London Short Film Festival
Rencontres du Cinéma Sud-Américain de Marseille y Région
Reykjavík International Film Festival
Rio De Janeiro International Short Film Festival
TOFIFEST - International Film Festival
Toronto International Film Festival
Uppsala International Short Film Festival
Zagreb Film Festival
ZINEBI - Bilbao International Festival of Documentary and Short Films

Salta (2017)

Ultraviolet (2018)
Deep inside the jungle, a group of teenage girls are being kept under supervision. Despite abandonment and hostility, Damiana hopes she can get in touch with her father.
Director: Andres Ramirez Pulido
Starring: Magaly Lopez
Running Time: 15 Min
Festivals & Screenings:
Aguacate Film Festival
Almería en corto - Festival Internacional de Cine de Almería
Berlin International Film Festival (Nominated for Crystal Bear)
Festival Biarritz Amérique Latine (Best Short Film)
BOGOSHORTS - Bogotá Short Film Festival (Best Cinematography)
Brussels Short Film Festival
Busan International Short Film Festival (Grand Prix for Best Picture)
Cairo International Film Festival (Best Short Film Award)
Festival de Cine Corto de Popayán
Festival Internacional de Cine de Cali
Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias
Festival Internacional de Cine de Viña del Mar (Best Latin American Short Film)
Clermont-Ferrand - International Short Film Festival
Corto Circuito Latino Shorts Film Festival of NY
Festival International de Courts Métrages d'Aix-en-Provence (Grand Prix Best Short Film)
Curta Kinoforum - São Paulo International Short Film Festival
Curtas Vila do Conde - International Film Festival
Filmfest Dresden - International Short Film Festival
Filmfest Eberswalde
Grand OFF World Independent Short Film Awards
Hamburg International Short Film Festival
Huesca International Film Festival
International Istanbul Shortfilm Festival
Kino w Trampkach Film Festival for Children and Youth
KUKI - International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth Berlin
Kurzfilmfestival Köln
International Short Film Festival Winterthur
Lima Independiente - Festival Internacional de Cine
London Short Film Festival
Medellin International Film Festival
Minimalen Short Film Festival
Palm Springs International ShortFest
Regensburg Short Film Week
Rio De Janeiro International Short Film Festival - Curta Cinema
Semana del Cortometraje de la Comunidad de Madrid
Short Waves Festival
Tampere Film Festival
Zubroffka International Short Film Festival
While playing games on the edge of naivety and vandalism, two teenagers burst into El Edén, a health resort abandoned in the midst of a thick vegetation. They play with a scorpion, with a gun, and swim in the stagnant water of the pool. The frontier between everyday life and violence can be easily crossed.
Director: Andres Ramirez Pulido
Starring: Edgar Acosta, Juan Agudelo, Libardo Olaya
Running Time: 19 Min
Festivals & Screenings:
AMOR Festival Internacional De Cine LGBT
BOGOSHORTS - Bogotá Short Film Festival
Cheries Cheris
Habana Film Festival
Hayah Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de Panamá
Kaleidoscope LGBT Film Festival
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival
Oaxaca Film Fest
Pink Apple Film Festival (Winner of Best Short Film Award)
Tribeca Film Festival (Student Visionary Award)
Festival Venezolano de Cine de la Diversidad- FESTDIVQ
A woman named Kanchana is using voodoo on scorpions in a rain-forest at night in Thailand under the influence of ultraviolet lights.
Director: Marc Johnson
Producers: Boris Mendza, Gael Cabouat, David Atrakchi
Starring: Kanchana Ketkaew
Running Time: 9 Min

Temp-To-Perm (2017)
Festivals & Screenings:
Brazilian Museum of Modern Art - Art Installation
Fort Myers Film Festival
Saguenay International Short Film Festival
Sundance Film Festival (Nominated for Grand Jury Prize)
"It's a great story. It doesn't sentimentalise the situation."
​- Matthew Staite as Wilfred Owen
The film will chart the extraordinary final year of a man who is generally regarded as Britain’s finest war poet. From 1917 to 1918, the 25-year-old was party to some of the most influential literary figures of his generation, Charles K Scott Moncrieff, Robert Graves, his mentor Siegfried Sassoon and Robbie Ross.
"If in some smothering dreams, you too could pace
Behind the wagon that we flung him in,
And watch the white eyes writhing in his face,
His hanging face, like a devil’s sick of sin;
If you could hear, at every jolt, the blood
Come gargling from the froth-corrupted lungs,
Obscene as cancer, bitter as the cud
Of vile, incurable sores on innocent tongues,--
My friend, you would not tell with such high zest
To children ardent for some desperate glory,
The old Lie: Dulce et decorum est Pro patria mori."
That old lie is "It is sweet and proper to die for one's country."

"It's a great story. It doesn't sentimentalise the situation."
​- Matthew Staite as Wilfred Owen

This is the story of a dog and his family suffering the last sunset of a land that goes into complete darkness, a young couple losing their only child when they get trapped in a bunker, and a woman seeing the sun only between dreams, while she survives to the actual darkness of the world. Different families will face what was, is and will be to live and die in the world when time itself comes to an end.
Director: Luis Enrique Vanegas
Producer: Juan Diego Escobar Alzate
Starring: Marisol Correa, Hary Camacho, Jimmy Vasquez, Álvaro Benet, Juana Arboleda

El Eden (2016)
Julia goes back to the pool and remembers that, sometimes, life challenges ourselves to keep going and make decisions.
Director: Marianne Amelinckx
Starring: Iruaní Gómez, Andrea Giurizzato
Running Time: 13 Min
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Mud (2018)

A women's craving for a connection with her son, which is hindered by alcoholism.
Director: Shaandiin Tome
Producer: Aroonsri Khamsamran
Starring: Trini King, Forrest Goodluck
Running Time: 10 Min
Festivals & Screenings:
Las Cruces International Film Festival
Maoriland Film Festival
Native FilmFest (Agua Caliente Museum)
Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival
Sundance Film Festival (Nominated for Grand Jury Prize)
Festivals & Screenings:
Adirondack Film Festival
Bureau of Creative Works
Daily Shorts Pick
Middle Coast Film Festival (Winner  of Best Thriller Short)
Sun Valley Film Festival
'Temp-to-Perm' is a four-minute meditation on the bizarre behavior of the corporate culture: What begins as a seemingly benign interview for the position of 'temp-to-perm,' Jane is subjected to an increasingly bizarre series of questions and demands as we learn just how far she's willing to go for gainful employment. The film begins by examining the dehumanizing behavior lauded in offices spaces but then takes a turn into the absurd tabloid demands placed on actresses.
Director: Joseph Marconi
Producer: Omar Parker
Starring: Amy Huckabay, Tara Karsian
Running Time: 6 Min