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THE WORLD IN LONDON

The World in London

Commissioned by The Photographers' Gallery in collaboration with the BBC and the Arts Council UK, this film celebrates London's diversity and photography's unique role in capturing the human form.
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3MW: If not school then what?

3MW: If not school then what?

This thought-provoking series, commissioned by Channel 4, focuses on the experiences of four young people who have been repeatedly excluded from school as they attempt to turn their lives around and benefit from a fresh approach to learning.
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3MW: Last Supper

3MW: Last Supper

This series, commissioned by Channel 4, explores the last supper through frank conversations with death row inmates and a death row chef in Texas, and provokes thoughts about human nature, incarceration, and the ethics of legal execution.
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Letters Home

Letters Home

Jean Baptiste Kayigamba, a journalist in Rwanda, was forced to leave everything he knew and loved in order to stay alive...
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66 Months

Robbie and Nigel

"a superb and gritty street level documentary" Time Out, London

"devastatingly intimate...but always respectful" International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

"Extraordinary insight" Open City Film Festival, London

"A disquieting study of dysfunction" Sheffield International Documentary Festival

"an unflinching tale of brittle human beauty" Journal of Professional Social Work

Abandoned by those who should have been caring for him, abused and vulnerable Nigel lived under the radar of social services for 66 months. In this hostile environment, Nigel came to rely on Robbie, an alcoholic. Together they lived in poverty in the midst of the dreaming spires of Oxford. And so began their troubling, disturbing but genuinely loving relationship.
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3MW: Behind the Hoodie

3MW: Behind the Hoodie

Commissioned by Channel 4, this thought-provoking series focuses on the experiences of four young offenders going through the youth justice system, as they prepare to come face to face with the victims of their crimes...
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Finnish Free Folk

Finnish Free Folk

A new generation of musicians have emerged in Finland. In this film, commissioned by Al Jazeera Artsworld, we meet the sub-arctic sound explorers and refuseniks who make up this intriguing forest dwelling, free folk community.
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Death Row Art

Death Row Art

This film, commissioned by Al Jazeera Artsworld, tells the story of the creation of an art piece and a complicated relationship between artist and deathrow inmate.
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Crime Hurts

Crime Hurts

Young Victims of Crime Project
A series of films, commissioned by the Office for Criminal Justice Reform and Funded by the Home Office, to accompany a handbook designed to be used by teachers and youth workers to support and assist young people who have been affected by crime.
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Shared Futures

SHARED Futures

SHARED Futures is a DVD of nine films accompanying a resource pack funded by Comic Relief
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Tangled Up with Dylan - The Ballad of AJ Weberman

The Ballad of AJ Weberman

An award-winning feature-length documentary chronicling the life, times and crimes of notorious Bob Dylan obsessive and garbology inventor, AJ Weberman. It's an irreverent and witty exploration into one man's obsessions, a bohemian life lived on the New York fringes and a uniquely twisted take on the American dream. An amusing telephone conversation between Weberman and Dylan, recorded in the 1970s, punctuates the film in the form of animations, creating connections between Weberman's past and present.
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OXFAM

Oxfam

A range of different films for campaigning and educational purposes.
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In production

Striving Against the Odds

With unique and intimate access, this moving, observational film follows a group of some of the most disadvantaged and challenging teenagers over the course of a year and accompanies them through emotional ups and downs as they struggle to take responsibility and re-engage with their lives. Set against a seasonally changing landscape (the one reliable element in many of their lives) this film chronicles the universal process of growing up, coming of age, and the turbulence associated with teenagers in the throes of self-evaluation.