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We're over halfway through 2023 and our exciting projects have expanded to include some commercial work. Our Patreon page has some exciting new content as well. Head on over to: and check us out!

Our horror short film 'Do No Harm' is now live and can be viewed on our Youtube channel as well as on our website here. Head on over to our Video Projects tab and find it there. We're busy preparing for the feature film based on that short film. I also have more scripts written featuring vampires in Geelong.

If you want to directly support Legio-Centurion Films creative endeavours, feel free to join us on Patreon: 


Legio-Centurion Films is the film and entertainment division of Imperial Conquest Industries. We're a small creative business diversified between film production, distribution and desktop publishing.

At Legio-Centurion Films, we have produced seven short films and filmed several large events including stage productions, burlesque shows and awards ceremonies. Our services also include VHS transfers to DVD and have several years experience. We own most of our equipment and with more being added on a regular basis allowing us to deliver high quality and affordable prices. We are based in Geelong, Victoria.

The Director-Chief at Legio-Centurion Films is Mark P Sinozic. He oversees the daily running of the business as well as personally handling video and editing work. 

Mark approaches his work with a dedication to quality and detail. He has a Bachelor of Film and Digital Media with distinction and a Graduate Diploma of Film and Video from Deakin University. He has worked on feature films, short films including six for Legio-Centurion Films, which he wrote, produced and directed himself.

For any and all enquiries, we at Legio-Centurion Films are ready and waiting to help you in whatever way we can.

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“If chess has any relationship to film-making, it would be in the way it helps you develop patience and discipline in choosing between alternatives at a time when an impulsive decision seems very attractive.” 


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