Founded in 2015 from the collaborative efforts of several like-minded creative individuals, A Stranger Concept Films first began its collective journey into the world of independent film-making with the release of 2015’s Doctor Who: Lucky 13, a non-profit charity fan film project inspired by BBC’s Doctor Who franchise. By 2016 they had released their first original short film, The Devil’s Lettuce, a comedic parody of the propaganda PSA films of the 1940s and 1950s, which went on to win over a dozen awards on the film festival circuit throughout 2016 and 2017, and earned a humble cult following. During this time, A Stranger Concept expanded, bringing more talented individuals into the fold. In late 2017 they completed work on Closing Time, a horror/suspense short film by writer Dave Harlequin, based on his eponymous novella. Closing Time went on to be the collective’s most successful film to date, taking home multiple festival awards, including the top honor of “Best in Show” at both the 2017 Big Fandom Film Festival and 2018 MystiCon Independent Film Festival as it continues to tour the film festival circuit today. Currently, A Stranger Concept are in pre-production development of no less than four upcoming films being shot this year, as well as others already slated for 2019 and beyond.