Bad Day At The Office


Our film Bad Day at the Office achieved some pretty great things… BAFTA-qualifying, Jury selection for ‘Best Film’ at the Crossroads Film Festival in the U.S, an extensive festival tour across the globe as well as a Vimeo Staff Pick.

Part – funded through Kickstarter (a ‘Staff Pick’) the film has subsequently gone viral since it’s online release being picked up by some of the most influential blogs in the world with viewership in their millions. The culmination of lots of hard work from lots of talented folk, it’s an achievement we’re all very proud of that has seemed to resonate with a global audience.

Film Synopsis – “Today, life kicks Wallace D. Popple in the balls… Literally. The narrator chronicles Wallace’s pitiful existence in the corporate mincer against a backdrop of painful mishaps and begs the question; Is Wallace’s luckless day just desserts for a spineless existence in a job he despises?”


"The film portrays normality as masochism; in an inspired visual gag"

“My favourite out of the bunch was Bad Day At The Office, another short film to deliver Dr Suess-esque narration, explaining why a kick in the balls to start the day might indeed be quite a good thing.” –

“Bad Day at the Office (2013) gets the biggest laugh… The film portrays normality as masochism; in an inspired visual gag, we get a glimpse of this fictional company’s Employee of the Month sheet, a gallery of ever-more-crippled go-getters preparing for a long hospital stay.” –