Pinball London

About Pinball London

We are a production company committed to creating work with an auteur zeal.
We work with some of the most prestigious and talented filmmakers in the world.
We provide impact producer services and consultancy on distribution
and audience outreach and engagement via Pinball Audiences.
We create original content in collaboration with the best international makers for digital
channels and platforms, including web series and animation via Pinball Digital.
We create books, art installations, events and music projects linked to films via Pinball Arts.

Festival Circuit

On The Milky Road

Directed by Emir Kusturica

A Pinball London, BN FILMS and Rasta International Production

Starring: Monica Bellucci and Emir Kusturica

Produced by: Paula Vaccaro, Alex Garcia and Lucas Akoskin

Inspired by Kusturica´s short film from the omnibus film Words with Gods, On the Milky Road unfolds as a three part narrative. The film follows three challenging periods of a man's life, both for him and his native land: a difficult period while at war, a blossoming time when he falls in love for a woman who is willing to sacrifice everything to save him and during his last days as a reclusive monk who looks back upon his turbulent life. Shot on location in the Balkans, the film will be the return to feature filmmaking of twice Palme D'Or winner Kusturica, after seven years. With Monica Belucci as the love interest of our hero and Emir Kusturica himself in the main role.

Festival Circuit

Uncle Howard

Directed by Aaron Brookner

Produced by Paula Vaccaro

Co-producers: Sara Driver & Alex Garcia
Executive Producer: Jim Jarmusch

Uncle Howard is an intertwining tale of past and present. New York filmmaker Howard Brookner died of AIDS in 1989, while making his breakthrough Hollywood movie. His body of work, which captured the late 70s and early 80s cultural revolution, was buried in William S. Burroughs’ bunker for 30 years. Now in a personal journey, his nephew Aaron unearths Howard's filmmaking legacy and the memory of everything he was.

Venice Film Festival (2014)

Words with Gods

Directed by Guillermo Arriaga, Héctor Babenco, Bahman Ghobadi, Amos Gitai, Emir Kusturica, Mira Nair, Hideo Nakata, Warwick Thornton & Álex de la Iglesia

Produced by: Alex Garcia, Guillermo Arriaga and Lucas Akoskin.

Our Life segment produced by Paula Vaccaro for Pinball London and Rasta International.

Based on a concept by Guillermo Arriaga.

Original Song by Peter Gabriel

Shorts in present order by Mario Vargas Llosa

WORLD PREMIERE: Venice Film Festival 2014


Burroughs: The Movie

Directed and Produced by Howard Brookner

Remastering Producers: Aaron Brookner and Paula Vaccaro.

Colouring consultant: Tom DiCillo

Launching 2014, for William S. Burroughs Centennial

Burroughs: The Movie is the first and only feature length documentary to be made with and about Burroughs. It explores the life and times of controversial Naked Lunch author William S. Burroughs, with an intimacy never before seen and never repeated.

The film charts the development of Burroughs’ unique literary style and his wildly unconventional life, including his travels from the American Midwest to North Africa and several personal tragedies.

Directed by the late Howard Brookner, filming began in 1978 as Brookner's senior thesis at NYU film school before expanding into a feature completed 5 years later in 1983. Sound was recorded by Jim Jarmusch and the film was shot by Tom DiCillo, fellow NYU classmates and both very close friends of Brookner's.


In production


Directed by Victoria Solano

Produced by Paula Vaccaro and Marco Cartolano

Executive Producers: Pamela Yates and Paco de Onis.

Three Colombians––veteran activist Don Eduardo, rising political leader César Pachón and future human rights lawyer Wilson Arias–– fight their government’s decision to allow mining companies to carve up their birthright in a battle for the future security of over 12 million Colombian campesinos.


Ginger & Rosa

Written & Directed by Sally Potter

Starring: Elle Fanning, Alessandro Nivola, Christina Hendricks, Timothy Spall, Jodhi May, Annette Bening and Alice Englert.

Produced by Christopher Sheppard and Andrew Litvin

Executive producers: Paula Vaccaro, Aaron L. Gilbert, Reno Antoniades, Joe Oppenheimer, Goetz Grossmann, Heidi Levitt, Margot Hand and Patrick Murray.

London, 1962. Two teenage girls – Ginger and Rosa - are inseparable; they play truant together, discuss religion, politics and hairstyles, and dream of lives bigger than their mothers’ frustrated domesticity.

But, as the Cold War meets the sexual revolution, and the threat of nuclear holocaust escalates, the lifelong friendship of the two girls is shattered - by the clash of desire and the determination to survive.

The film premiered at Toronto Film Festival and was also shown at the 56th BFI London Film Festival.


Mozzarella Stories

Directed by Edoardo De Angelis

With Aida Turturro, Luca Zingaretti and Luisa Ranieri

Script by Edoardo de Angelis and Devor de Pascalis

Produced by Philipp Kreuzer, Elisabetta Bruscolini and Marc Lombardo
Executive Producers: Emir Kusturica and Paula Vaccaro

A Bavaria Media Italia, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Cinecitta Studios and Pinball London production.

If only the Chinese hadn’t started producing mozzarella in Campania, the home of Italian Mozzarella, then Don Ciccio – the King of Mozzarella, Mr. Buffalo Cheese himself – would have continued producing and selling, selling and producing, and, of course, paying kickbacks to the local camorra. But the Chinese have flooded supermarkets and restaurants with their first-rate and, more importantly, half-price cheese. Bankruptcy looms, as well as the camorra. Ciccio needs money, and getting it triggers a series of events that affect everyone around him.

Director Edoardo De Angelis’ first full-length feature film takes a light-hearted look at Caserta, in Italy’s Campania region, telling a story about music and women, mozzarella and camorra. It explores a world full of irony, blending elements from action movies and Italian comedies while literately resonating with influences from Tarantino and Almodóvar, starring among others Aida Turturro (The Sopranos).



The Silver Goat

Written and Directed by Aaron Brookner

Produced by Paula Vaccaro

Executive Producer: David Tongers

Principal Cast: Alexa Brown, Tom Colley, Don McCorkindale, Rory McCullum, Carrie Jones, Martin Kaps, Paul Kowalski, Julian Lamoral-Roberts.

Shot in London with a Cannon 5D in 11 days, The Silver Goat is a must-see for anyone interested in independent film making. A story about comfort spaces, nepotism, power struggles and the questions around what is at stake in the artistic world--featuring Alexa Brown as Lydia Brass, an actress and daughter of world-renowned playwright, Sir Rowland Brass (Don McCorkindale), who has decided to leave the acting world behind until she develops a relationship with an ambitious American playwright living in London (Tom Colley). After she marries him, he gradually coerces her back on stage where she finds herself caught in a psychological game between her father and husband. a writer who is a plain old nobody, or no one altogether.

It was first released in 2012 as the first film in the world created exclusively for iPad. It was downloaded in 25 countries, half of them in the first weekend. It reached the top 15 apps in Entertainment in UK and Czech Republic.



Directed by Alejandro Landes

Producer: Ellyn Daniels, Alejandro Landes, Julia Solomonoff

Associate Producer: Paula Vaccaro

A documentary centered on the union formed by Bolivian farmers in response to their government's (which was urged by the U.S.) effort eradicate coca crops, and the man who would come to represent them, Evo Morales.