Sea Urchin Films was created by Berty Cadilhac, a writer-director with a background in photography and visual arts.
Berty’s first feature film is "Art Ache", a romantic comedy about a shy British accountant who tries to seduce a French artist.
He then wrote and directed the play “Cuisine Diplomatique”, a political satyre that was performed on stage 130 times. It won the “best comedy writing” award at the largest theatre festival in the world, Avignon 2016. The text is published by “Arts & Comedies” editions.
“Roller Squad” is Berty’s second feature film, an action-comedy about a group of roller skaters who join their forces to catch a stealthy serial killer.
Based in London, Berty also produces commercials and music videos.