• The Story

    In 1960 a small group of precocious children from London go to north England on a field trip, one of them discovering a cave where ancient Britains lived over 2000 years ago. But it collapses and the children run fearing for their lives. Present day, one boy is now a well-known Archaeologist returns with his crew to excavate it and discovers a history of Britain hardly ever known. Looking at ancient writings and codex from the earth covered dwelling, it tells a story of Airell, a young Druid Ministre who lived in the in the dark moors of England at time Christ. It tells of a great ancient civilization with its secret mysteries, science, magic, and Druids. Through these tumultuous times it tells of Airell's personal journey during that brought him to a new spiritual discovery and awakening, by finding his true spiritual destiny with it the real secrets of humankind and the powers of the universe.

  • The Movie

    'Brigantia' is a groundbreaking and controversial drama of Britain like no other. It reveals the true hidden history and origins of ancient Britain whose history, stories and legends have been wholly ignored in films and many other institutions. The land of 'Brigantia' in the north, and and ancient Britain as a whole was a well organized and advanced civilization before Rome, Greece, and the pyramids of Egypt with villages, roads, ships, a thriving economy and a strong army. Set during the tumultuous times of Christ and religious upheaval, the film brings to life the unknown history and the remarkable ancient civilization of Britain's ancient people, the spiritualism of the Druids, and the advancement of humankind though them. A film such as this has never been produced before.

  • The Mission

    'Brigantia' strives to portray ancient Britain in a true light, an advanced civilization which existed long before the empire of Rome, Greece, and Egypt. Prior to most ancient civilizations, the ancient Britain had advanced mathematics, philosophy, science, and unique abilities that rivaled other civilizations of the time, even though Britain's were mostly portrayed in film as 'Barbarians' and 'Uncivilized'. Lost through the annals of time we also reveal the real spiritual connection and powers of the universe that was with ancient Britain. Our mission is the encouragement, advancement and furtherance of the true ancient history of 'Pretani' Britain's ancient name, and to explore and learn about the great history and truth of this great ancient civilization.












THE CAST


JAMES ROBINSON (Airell)
Takes the the lead role of 'Airell', the young Druid Ministre whose life is dedicated to seeking out spiritual truth during the time of Christ. Robinson had his first success on screen at 10-years-old when picked by director Mel Gibson to play the young lead 'William Wallace' in the 5 Oscar® winning blockbuster film 'Braveheart' (1995). He returned as an adult on the screen, in Danny Boyles highly acclaimed police dramady, "Babylon", Amazon Studios "Vanity Fair" (2004) starring Reese Witherspoon, Also on television, Robinson appeared in the epic series "The Borgias" with Jeremy Irons and Gina McKee, the BBC dramas "Doctors" and "Casualty". Robinson is also active in the theatre and is involved with the National Theatre of Scotland where he performed the play "In Time O' Strife" for the company, with other theatre credits include "Brassed Off" at the York Theatre Royal and National Tour; J. B. Priestleys "They Came To A City" at the Southwark Playhouse, London; William Shakespeare's "King John" at The Union Theatre, London; "I Didn't Always Live Here" written by Stewart Conn and directed by Lisa Blair at The Finborough Theatre in London. Robinson currently ppeared in the Amazon Prime original "Life Itself" (2018) starring Antonio Banderas, and is a regular in Greg Edgars'Golden Globe® Nominated television series "Outlander" produced by Sony Pictures Television for Starz. IMDB

ANDY BECKWITH (Tanguay)
Portrays Airell's gruff older brother "Tanguay" who is Chieftain of their ancient Briton village and world travelling merchant. Beckwith is best known for his recurring portrayal of the detestful barbaric criminal 'Rorge' in the long running HBO series 'Game of Thrones'. Also, known for 'Errol' in Guy Ritchie's film "Snatch" (2000), "Hell to Pay" (2005), a blind footballer in "Bury It" a comedy with Des McAleer, Clare Grogan and Steve Sweeney, "les Miserables" starring Hugh Jackman (2012), "Ironclad: Battle for Blood" (2014) and his recurring role as the pirate "Clanker", a member of the Flying Dutchman's crew in the major film series "Pirates of the Caribbean" starring Johnny Depp. Beckwith also has appeared in numerous British television series such as BBC's "EastEnders", BBC One's crime drama "By Any Means", and "Grantchester" ITV's detective drama, set in the 1950s. IMDB

ROBERT POWELL (Arch Druid Uisneach)
Plays 'Arch Druid Uisneach', the mystical and prophetic Keldane Druid Ministre who is guardian of the famed Druid College on the Holy Island of what is now Wales and mentor to Airell. Born June 1st, 1944, five days before D-Day in Manchester, England started acting while attending Manchester University in 1964. In 1967, he had his first starring role in The Italian Job (1969). However, his most well-known role was in Franco Zeffirelli's Jesus of Nazareth (1977) which played to an audience of 90 million people. Powell's portrayal of 'Jesus' is widely regarded as the most powerful ever seen on the screen. His other films include Ken Russell's Tommy (1975) and Mahler (1974), the sequel or remake of The Thirty Nine Steps (1978), and the popular TV series, Doomwatch (1970). Robert ended his bachelor life, when he married Barbara Lord in 1975. In 1982, Robert won the Best Actor award at the Venice Film Festival for his performance in Imperative (1982). He won the best actor award at the Paris Film Festival for Harlequin (1980). For his portrayal of Jesus in Jesus of Nazareth he received best actor awards from TV Times and Italian TV Times, the international arts prize at the Fiuggi Film Festival, grand prize at the Saint-Vincent Film Festival, and a nomination as best actor from The Irish Academy of Film and Television arts. IMDB


EMMA SAMMS (Ula)
Plays 'Ula' the mother of Airell and Tanguay. Samms was born in London, UK and is famously recognized and has been ranked in the list of most popular celebrities of all time. Her grandfather G.B. Samuelson was one of the founders of British cinema. She began her career with her role as Holly Sutton on the American daytime soap opera General Hospital from 1982 to 1985, with Samms choosing to leave the series amicably to go to ABC’s prime time soap opera 'Dynasty'. Samms remained with Dynasty until its last episode in 1989. Since then, Samms as appeared in many feature films, including Crossroads - 198, Shrimp On The Barbie with Cheech Marin - 1990, , and Delirious with John Candy -1991, Madame Ex - 1994, and City of Stone - 1995. Samms was appointed a Member of the British Empire (MBE) in Queen Elizabeth's 2016 Birthday which honored Samms services to seriously and terminally-ill children. IMDB


STEVE HUISON (Captain Kynan)
Plays ferriby boat Captain 'Kynan' was born in Leeds, UK, and is best known for his role as 'Lomper' in the massively successful UK box-office and critical hit The Full Monty -1997. He has also appeared in a number of other films including When Saturday Comes, Among Giants and The Navigators. Huison's many television roles are Casualty, Where the Heart Is, Dinner ladies, Heartbeat, The Royle Family, Scott & Bailey, and the ITV post-apocalyptic drama The Last Train - 1999, Stay Lucky, Screenplay, Cardiac Arrest, Out of the Blue, Emmerdale, Where the Heart Is, City Central, The Last Train, Dinnerladies, Peak Practice, Wire in the Blood, The Royal, Casualty, Heartbeat, 4 O'Clock Club, Scott & Bailey and Doctors, and as 'Eddie Windass' on Coronation Street from 2008 to April 2011 and the feature films 'Peterloo' - 2018, and 'The Runaways' - 2019. IMDB


JAMES PHELPS (Koün, the fisherman)
Plays Koün, the fisherman. He is best known for playing the role of Fred Weasley in the Harry Potter movie series. James Phelps was first cast in 2000 as Fred Weasley in 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' which was released in 2001. In the coming years, he subsequently was Fred Weasley in the other Harry Potter movies, such as 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets', 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban', 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' and 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince'. During this time, Phelps also appeared in the TV series 'Kingdom'. Phelps is also associated with a number of charitable organizations. He is a supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust. He and his brother once participated in a skydiving event to support Cancer Research UK. The duo once also participated in the TV show 'Pointless Celebrities' to earn money for charities. IMDB










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Thomas R. Bond II

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The youngest broadcaster in America at 13, award winning producer, host, for over 40 years in radio, film and television.

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30 years in entertainment management, corporate marketing, promotions, sales, and production.

Lisa M. Bond

Associate Producer/Research/Photography

Associate producer of Historical Research and Still Photography.





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BRIGANTIA Featured in international history magazine 'Ancient Origins'

Producer Thomas R. Bond II talks to the international magazine 'Ancient Origins' about 'BRIGANTIA' the movie, its link and importance to Great Britian, and the reavealing of ancient Briton history never portrayed in a film before. READ MORE














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