Vox Box Productions is an independent production company founded in 2004 by writer and director Tony Cane-Honeysett. Our award-winning company produces documentaries, music videos, television commercials and short films.

Mistreated is the latest film from Vox Box Productions. Written and directed by Tony Cane-Honeysett and produced by Charles Meyer, it’s a 30-minute short and features an unusual cast in as much as it stars familiar faces from the world of home shopping networks.

The film features popular TV hosts Paul Deasy (QVC, HSN, ShopNBC) as advertising executive Clem Drew, Dave King (QVC, ShopNBC) plays the mysterious Billy Vogel while Kristine Kvanli (ShopNBC) plays Lorraine, the sarcastic sidekick of lead actress Emily Zinniel. Emily, who plays Tara Drew, is also a former ShopNBC staffer as is Christ Probst, who plays tough guy detective Jack Kelsey.

Look closely and you might also spot former ShopNBC host and current Food Network ‘Worst Cooks In America’ reality show contestant, Libby Floyd. There's also a cameo appearance by the current Mrs. Minnesota, Yasmine Ryback.

Mistreated is still in post-production with a release date scheduled for Spring 2012.


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The Emmy Award winning documentary 'The Royal Academy' featuring the prestigious London Art House has been aired on PBS and has won numerous awards at over twenty-four film festivals worldwide.


The latest release from Vox Box Productions is 'Mondo Bondo' a feature-length documentary written and directed by Tony Cane-Honeysett which explores the world of erotic bondage.


Tony Cane-Honeysett is a London-born independent filmmaker who has lived in Los Angeles, Nashville and currently, Minneapolis over the past eighteen years. He is a graduate of Ealing College of Art & Design in England. As well as being a writer and director, Tony is also an acclaimed songwriter and musician who scores many film and TV projects.

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