Lucky Fish Productions is a boutique production house in Cape Town specialising in servicing and producing local and international commercials, feature films and documentaries. We believe in long on going relationships based on trust and we have loyal clients that return year after year creating a strong understanding of what our clients require and expect.
Lucky Fish is lead by Platon Trakoshis, who started his film career in 1992. In 1997 he joined Big World Cinema as partner producing international and local commercials, feature films, TV dramas and documentaries. In 2009 he line produced the feature film Master Harold and the Boys, staring Freddy Highmore (Bates Motel) and Ving Rhames (Mission Impossible, Pulp Fiction). He then established his new company, Lucky Fish Productions out of a necessity due to clients wanting to work with him again.
Platon has worked with clients from all over the world and is a committed, hands-on producer.
Platon’s films have won many awards and have been screened and nominated at Cannes, The Oscars®, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca Film Festivals, and many more. His films have been screened all over the world including BBC, Discovery, Channel 4, ARTE, SABC, eTV, and at cinemas in the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, Asia and South Africa. Platon was a partner of Big World Cinema and the Encounters International Documentary Festival until 2008 prior to establishing Lucky Fish Productions.