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|Random||Hillbilly Films for Film 4||Producer: Polly Leys, Kate Norris
Director: Debbie Tucker Green
|The Holding (RED)||The Holding||Producer: Alex Boden
Director: Susan Jacobson
|Lonely Place To Die||Carnaby International||Producer: Michael Loveday
Director: Julian Gilbey
|Street Dance (RED 3D)||BBC Films||Producer: James Richardson
Director: Max Giwaa
|The Infidel (HD)||Met Film & Slingshot Productions||Producer: David Baddiel, Uzma Hasan, Arvind Ethan David
Director: Josh Appignanesi
An identity crisis comedy centred on Mahmud Nasir, successful business owner, and salt of the earth East End Muslim who discovers that he's adopted - and Jewish.
|Skeletons (D21)||Forward Films||Producer: Tracy Brimm, Kate Myers
Director: Nick Whitfield
Time travelling to find out what skeletons are in the cupboard!
|Tormented (HD RED)||Producer: Arvind Ethan David, Tracy Brimm
Director: Matt Carver
A bullied teenager comes back from the dead to take revenge on his classmates
|Atonement (35mm 2nd Unit)||Atonement Prod||Producer: Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Paul Webster
Director: Joe Wright
In the summer of 1935, 13-year-old Briony Tallis observes a flirtation between a servant's son. Briony's misunderstanding leads to a terrible crime whose consequences follow them through World War II.
|Like Minds aka Murderous Intent (35mm)||Gunpowder Films and Lumina Films||Producer: Richard Johns
Director: Gregory J Read
A forensic psychologist is tasked with determining whether or not a minor should face murder
charges for killing his schoolmate.
|She’s Not Dead (35mm)||Avalon Ltd||Producer: Charlie Leech
Director: Harry Hill
A case of accidental death and a total cover up.
|Dream (35mm)||Acier Productions||Producer: Reidar Jonsson
Director: Mikael Hylin
When a girl from a small village tries to make the big time in the fashion modelling world things don’t always go as you want.
|Parole Officer (35mm)||Parole Productions||2nd & main unit
Producer: Duncan Kenworthy, Andrew McDonald
Director: John Duigan
A failed parole officer framed for murder must enlist the help of his former clients to clear his name.
|Losing Track||Producer: Ruth Caleb, Simon Crocker
Director: Jim Lee
In 1950 a man returns home to the UK from India after the death of his wife to build bridges with his son, but instead ends up building an elaborate model railway.
|Rebecca's Daughters (35mm)||Delta Films||Producer: Ruth Caleb
Director: Carl Francis
The film is set in Wales and concerns itself with the aristocracy who are taxing the common people
|The ABC||Forge Entertainment||Producer: Alex Lamb
Director: Penny Woolcock
|Our Girl - Series 2||BBC Grafton House||Producer: Eric Coulter
Director: Jan Matthys
|Leftbank Pictures for ITV||Producer: Jenna Jones
Director: Luke Snellin
|Fresh Meat - Series 4||Objective Productions for C4||8 x 60 minute
Producer: Rhonda Smith
Director: Jamie Jay Johnson
|Banana||Red Productions for E4||8 x 30 minute
Producer: Emily Feller
Director: Lewis Arnold
|In The Club (Work on)||Rollem Productions||6 x 60 minute Series
Producer: Yvonne Francas
Writer/Director: Kay Mellor
|Fresh Meat - Series 1, 2 & 3||Objective Productions for C4||Producer: Rhonda Smith
Director: David Kerr
|Cast Offs||Eleven Films||Producer: Joel Wilson
Director: Miranda Bowen
Ordinary people with disabilities are stranded on a desert island.
|Spooks Code 9 (2nd Unit)||Kudos||Producer: Chris Fry:
A short time in the future and the Spooks team have “had” to move out of London. But, the fight goes on.
|And Kill Them||Ch4 and RDF Media||Producer: Jim Spencer
Director: Miranda Bowen
After joining the army, Lawrence gets a warning that could save his life.
|Thai Bride||Ch4 and RDF Media||Producer: Hannah Weaver
Director: Corinna Faith
After the lose of his wife Gordon remarries and this time it is for keeps.
|Lickle Bill Um||Ch4 and IWC Media||Producer: Jim Spencer
Director: Kate Hardie
All about the choices we make and how we live with them. Comedy.
|New Street Law (2nd Unit)||Red Productions||Producer: Matthew Bird
Director: Matthew Bird
New Street Law, set in Manchester's legal community, follows the exploits, competitiveness and legal cases of two rival law firms of barristers that both have very different attitudes to justice.
|Big Night Out||Red Ltd Productions||Producer: Tom Sherry
Director: Matthew Greenhalgh
|Spastic King||IWC Media||Producer: Polly Leys
Director: Peter Mackie Burns
Fearful of losing their home, Toby decides not to tell the authorities that his mother has died.
|Brussels||IWC Media||Producer: Kate Norrish
Director: Misha Manson-Smith
It isn’t just the tickets that are being sold.
|Cutting It||BBC TV Drama||Producer: Diederick Santer
Director: Andy DeEmmony
The story of two battling hair dressing saloons. It is not just the customers they fight for.
|Spoil||Producer: Judy Counihan
Director: Tom Harper
A home abortion goes wrong and there is a price to be paid
|Conviction (2nd and Main Unit)||Red Productions||Producer: Ann Harrison Baxter
Director: David Richards
When the police catch a rapist they are convince he will be set free be the liberal courts and so they take things into there own hands. But then things start to go very wrong.
|99, 100||Producer: Polly Leys
Director: Ben Gregor
An old ice cream van, 2 friends and a strange man meet and lives change.
|In the Dark||Producer: Judy Couniham
Director: Tom Shkolnik
A daring experiment with an unscripted drama worked around 2 characters and a loose story line.
|A Man in a box||Producer: Kate Norrish
Director: Yann Demange
Documentary -style film about autograph hunters, inspired by the real-life people who devote their
lives to this hobby.
|Scapegoat||Producer: Judy Counihan
Director: Gabrielle Russell
After the death of their father two daughters are forced together and confront the issues between
|Atlas Russia||Atlantic Productions.||Producer: Deborah Hodgkinson
Director: Tom Pollock
The changing face of one of the worlds super powers and the real lives of some of its people.
|Power Of Art||BBC Television||Producer: Basil Comley, Clare Beavan
Director: Clare Beavan, Carl Hindmarch
Simon Schama’s tour of the world of art.
|Tutankhamen’s Fireball||TV6 Productions||Producer: Richard Reisz
Director: Cynthia Page
Scientists believe they have solved the mystery surrounding a piece of rare natural glass at the centre of an elaborate necklace found among the treasures of Tutankhamen, the boy pharaoh.
|How Art made the world||IWC Media||- Once Upon a Time
- The Day Pictures Were Born
- More Human Than Human
|Fighting the War||Producer/Director: Neil Grant
Winner RTS Best sound 2003
Series exploring British involvement in the Gulf conflict through the eyes of politicians and military
|UNDER THE SUN: The Two Worlds of the Innu||BBC||Producer/Director: Ken Kirby
Looking at how the resettlement villages, set up by the Canadian government in the 1960's for the
native Innu people have failed them. All that has been achieved is the near destruction of the traditional Innu culture.
|Walking with Cavemen||BBC||Producer: Richard Dale
The follow-up to 'Walking with Dinosaurs' and 'Walking with Beasts', presented by Professor Robert
Winston, explains the story of human evolution.
|The Day the Ocean Boiled||DOX TV||Producer: David Sington
A look at global warming in the rain forests of South America.
|Rocket Men of Mission 105||DOX TV, National Geographic||Producer: David Sington
Director: Duncan Copp
Space Mission 105 represents mankind's next step towards the final frontier, as space shuttle
Discovery blasts off on a mission to the International Space Station Alpha.
|The Human Body||BBC||Producer: Richard Dale
Director: Chris Spencer
The whole of human life and death. BAFTA nominations, short listed for sound.