• About Chris

    Chris Stone is an award-winning creative film-maker specialising in features, short films, web series, music videos and actors' showreels.

    Chris has worked for the BBC, filmed music videos in LA, shot a Royal Television Society nominated documentary in New York and won several awards in Hollywood. His work has been screened on MTV, ITV and the BBC and premiered at the BFI Southbank and Pinewood Studios.

  • Actors' Showreels

    New to the business? Need a video to showcase your acting skills? Want to capture one of your performances on film?

    Chris offers a professional showreel service for actors. Whether you need to edit your existing work together or film scenes from scratch, Chris is your man! He'll offer you direction and advice and make your showreel the best it can be.

    Check out Chris' extensive portfolio of actors' reels below.

  • Year of Spies
    Year of Spies

    Chris' latest project is 'Year of Spies', a thrilling espionage web series. Inspired by Chris' love of the spy genre, each exciting episode is themed around a month of the year.

    If you'd like to read more or get involved, visit the official website.

    Check it out!
  • Get in Touch

    If you have any questions or enquiries, please feel free to get in touch! Chris will get back to you as soon as he is able.

    Tel: +44 (0) 7545 265 951

    You can also keep up to date with Chris' work and his latest news on his social media pages.


Drama Showreel

Chris' drama showreel demonstrates his ability to direct powerful emotional scenes with actors, that progress a story on in a way which engages the audience.

The clips selected are from some of Chris' recent productions, including the first three episodes from web series 'Year of Spies'.

Also featured are three actor's showreel scenes. Chris always strives for perfection and works closely with his actors to create the best dramatic performances that they can achieve.

Director's Statement

I love working with actors. I enjoy the process of finding a character's inner want and need, it's so important to create a layered performance.

At the end of the day, a film can be beautifully shot and well edited with spectacular locations and amazing set pieces, but it's the story and characters that an audience have to feel emotionally connected to; they have to love the hero and hate the villain.

--Chris Stone