Neko Neko Productions is entering its fifth year, after its first production "The Ball from Outer Space" by Harrison Smith and John Zamer in 2003. The group was expanded when Derek Beck skipped class and ventured into the school cafeteria, which was temporarily used to film "Fries", Neko Neko's second movie. Neko Neko's fourth member, Trevor, was frequently denied access to the set. He somehow became one of the most prominent faces in the Neko Neko shorts.
Comedies continue to be the most frequent genre, but Neko Neko has also released several action and dramatic short films, a few documentaries, and one or two commercials.
Neko Neko Productions stands for creating short films that are creative, hilarious, compelling, and above all, original.