Productions


It’s Ridiculous

Comedy group Redykulass had been making Kenyans laugh for years lampooning politicians and their lackeys. Then one of the group, KJ, decides to run for Election, frustrated by the slow pace of change in Kenya. Our camera observes as he gets rigged out of his chance to become a Parliamentary MP. Team KJ learn it takes more than good jokes to climb the slippery pole of politics.

2 X 25 minutes distributed through Journeyman Pictures

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Bruce Goes Dancing

Prime time music and entertainment feature doc. Nominated for a BAFTA. Dancing all the way, British TV Star Bruce Forsyth travels to New York, Los Angeles, Cuba, Puerto Rico and finally London in search of the Jazz and Latin roots of popular dancing. Audience figures 4 million+.

2 x 60 minutes BBC1

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In Cuba They’re Still Dancing

A character driven music doc and BAFTA award winning film. Agnes McLean – a woman with two great passions! Rumba dance, and the fight for social justice!

1 x 37 minutes BBC Scotland/BBC2

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Alexei Sayles Dancing Tips

Short documentaries on popular modern Latin dances tips to look better when we in the UK try to dance them, from Latin dance fan, Alexei Sayles.

4 x 3 minutes dance shorts Ch4

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Through the Island Gates

A peep into one of Europe’s most exceptional gardens at Mount Stuart in Bute, a tiny island off the West Coast of Scotland, created over centuries by one of the oldest family clans in Scotland. It features current owner Johnny Bute, the 7th Marquis, and Jennifer Bute who later married his father, the 6th Marquis.

Co-produced with Lichtblick Film in Germany for ARTE, part of a 5 x 43 minute series Gardens of Delight http://www.lichtblick-film.com

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At the Sharp End of the Knife

An international feature doc for TV and Festivals co-produced with Stonehouse Productions, South Africa. Activist Cathy MacCormack from Easterhouse in Glasgow, is invited to South Africa to visit the townships where she makes comparisons between her life and the lives of those she meets.

52 or 70 minute versions, BBC World, ETV South Africa and Netherlands

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