• THE SMOKE The Smoke  Drama-  Sky
  • Strike Back - Vengeance Action Drama- HBO, Sky
  • Hunted Spy Thriller - HBO, BBC
  • Strike Back - Project Dawn Action Drama- HBO, Sky
  • Human Planet Landmark Documentary
  • Hughie Green-Most Sincerely Biopic Drama
  • Strange Ways Documentary
  • Smallpox - The Silent Weapon Docudrama
  • IF - The toxic time bomb Docudrama
  • Are We Changing Planet Earth? Science Documentary
  • Wormwood Scrubs Documentary
  • Who Do You Think You Are Documentary
  • Holloway Documentary

The Smoke 
Kudos Film &  Television


Trailer
Episode
5 & 6
Director
Julian Holmes
Producer
Chris Fry
EP
Noelle  Morris,Jane featherstone
Running time
8 x 60 minute

Burn Room

The Rescue

Confessions 

Showdown


The Smoke is an eight-part series following the day-to-day lives of a London firefighting crew White watch. Written by Skins’ Lucy Kirkwood, it centres on firefighter Kev (Jamie Bamber) as he returns to work after a fire that left him injured and betrayed. The team grapple with second jobs, relationships and what it means to be a modern day firefighter amidst the struggles of their demanding work. The cast is headlined by Bamber of Law & Order UK and Broadchurch’s Jodie Whittaker, alongside Rhashan Stone, Pippa Bennett-Warner and Taron Egerton.

 



 

Strike Back | Vengeance
Left Bank Pictures


Trailer
Episode
9
Director
Bill Eagles
Producer
Michael Casey
EP
Andy Harries
Running time
10 x 60 minute

Gas Station

Car Chase

Villa Shoot Out

End Chase


Strike Back: Vengeance is a heart-pounding, thrill-ride set across five electrifying stories. British Special Forces Sergeant Michael Stonebridge and US ex-Delta Force commando Damien Scott are thrust back into the field at the orders of maverick new Section 20 commanding officer, Major Rachel Dalton. When enigmatic billionaire businessman, Conrad Knox resolves to play God with the future of Southern Africa using weapons stolen from the crumbling regime in Libya, Section Twenty are the only force capable of confronting his deadly scheme.

Strikeback




 

Hunted
Kudos | Big Light

                            Trailer 
Episode
8 Season Final
Directors
Daniel Percival, SJ Clarkson, James Strong
Producer
Eliza Mellor
EP
Frank Spotnitz, Jane Featherston, Stephen Garret
Running time
8 X 60

Birthday Bomb

Sam Poisoned

House End

Bridge Kill


Hunted was created by Frank Spotnitz and follows Sam Hunter, an espionage operative for "Byzantium" a private intelligence agency. After an attempt is made on her life she realises that it was probably orchestrated by members of her own squad. once recovered and back on active duty, she goes undercover as a nanny, not knowing who tried to kill her or who to trust. It soon becomes evident however that the attempt on her life is tied to an horrific event from her child hood.

Hunted

Strike Back | Project Dawn
Left Bank Pictures



Episode
9
Director
Daniel Percival
Producer
Michael Casey
EP
Andy Harries
Running time
10 x 60 minute
1
Firefight

The Bunker

The Bomb

The Clinic


Strike Back is A high-octane, globe-spanning thriller with story lines ripped straight from today's headlines. The series focuses on two operatives Stonebridge and Scott who work for the covert counter terrorism unit Section 20. They must criss-cross the globe on the trail of a deadly international terrorist named Latif, who is planning a major attack involving a cache of WMD that could have global repercussions. In this the penultimate episode Latif is finally tracked down to war torn Chechnya where the scale and horror of his intentions only now begins to become clear.

 

Reviews

                                                            

“Action Series combines the violence of ‘24’ with humor of “Lethal Weapon” New York Post

“When these guys take on terrorists, feel bad for the terrorist”. New York Post

“In between the terrorist threats, plenty of time for hankypanky” New York Times

“Fans of ‘24’… still ask me how to fill that void… Until ‘Strike back’, I didn’t have any answers.
Now I do.” The Washington Post





 

Human Planet | Arctic - Life in The Deep Freeze
BBC Productions



Episode
Arctic - Life in The Deep Freeze
Director
Nicolas Brown
Producer
Dale Templar
EP
Brian Leith
Running time
60 Mins
   
Bafta Winner: Best Editing 2011

Narwhal Hunt

Reindeer Migration

Mussell Gathering
 
Shark Hunt


 

Human Planet | Mountains - Life in Thin Air
BBC Productions


Eagle Hunters
Episode
Mountains - Life in Thin Air
Director
Nicolas Brown
Producer
Dale Templar
EP
Brian Leith
Running time
60 Mins

Blindness

Sky Burial

Sulfur Miners

Avalanche Killer

Three years in the making this BBC landmark series describes the human species and its relationship with the natural world by showing the remarkable ways humans have adapted to life in every environment on Earth.

Reviews



“Thursday’s life in the deep freeze was breathtaking, funny, touching and compelling.

We had sharks being dragged through ice holes to feed the huskies, a shed on a sled as a father and son took their shelter hunting with them, polar bears in town looking for human treats on Halloween, songs to greet the first sunrise in 54 days and a 20-year-old female reindeer farmer who could restrain a fully grown deer as easily as if she was holding a sleepy puppy.

The most amazing scenes of all however were the mussel pickers who went UNDER the Arctic sea ice to gather shellfish when the tide was out and had to get out of there pretty smartly when it started to come back in.

Unbeatable.

The kind of stuff that makes it easier to pay your licence fee and proud to live in a country where broadcasting can be so brilliant.”

The Times

Awards


Bafta Winner: Best Editing & Best Photography plus another 8 nominations: Including Best Director and Best Specialist Factual Series

RTS Winner - Best Factual Series

Winner - Best Natural History Series, Banff TV Festival

Winner - Best People & Nature Programme, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival















Hughie Green | Most Sincerely
BBC Drama

Director
Daniel Percival
Producer
Ben Evans
EP
John Yorke
Running time
1 x 90 mins

Nightmare

Revenge

Train

Breakdown


Hughie Green was the avuncular front man of the hugely successful family television show Opportunity Knocks. But behind the scenes he lived a very different life. Green was a serial womaniser who would go onto father the late Paula Yates .Starring Trevor Eve Hughie Green, Most Sincerely is based on the inside story from Green’s family, friends and peers. The drama tells of the destructive power of success and celebrity, and explores what family and fatherhood meant to this national treasure

Reviews

                                                           

“Trevor Eve is outstanding in the titular role, brilliantly capturing the humanity and vulnerability as well as the more readily apparent loathsome qualities of the perma-drunk, womanising game show host, in this scathing but even-handed biopic, detailing his inevitable decline from fame and fortune, filtered through scenes of childhood trauma”. THE TIMES

 

Strange Ways
Wild Pictures

Director
James Cohen
Producer
James Cohen
EP
Paul Hamman
Running time
3 x 60 Mins

Opening Assault

Violent Brice

David Charlton

Departure


Behind the Victorian walls of Britain’s largest high security prison There are 1200 prisoners, including murderers, rapists, drug dealers and terrorists This 3 part series gives an exclusive insight into life for prisoners and staff and makes for compelling and candid viewing. Strangeways Attracted 5.8m viewers, making it ITV’s highest rated documentary series for a decade, it shone light on a world most of us know little about and became a national talking point.

 

Reviews

“Superb, albeit extremely graphic film, lacking in pious judgement or sensationalism." The Guardian

“A series that’s unlikely to be forgotten by anyone who saw all episodes. An astonishing series was as bleak, grim and terrifying as you’d imagine. If Strangeways doesn’t win a BAFTA next year, we’re in trouble”. The Sun

“Fascinating series, hard hitting and at times palpably disturbing. Strangeways is the latest visceral warts and all account of life on the inside from ITV1, whose previous films on Holloway and Wormwood Scrubs were equally impressive”. Time Out



Awards

Nominated for A Broadcast Award 2012 – Best Documentary Series

   
   
   





Smallpox | The Silent Weapon
Wall To Wall Television


T
he Beginning
Director
Daniel Percival
Producer
Simon Chinn
EP
Jonathan Hewes
Running time
1 x 90 Mins

London

The Suspect

The Body

The End


This groundbreaking feature length docu-drama investigates the events of a bio terror attack on New York city by A lone terrorist who infects himself with Smallpox . He then wanders The city streets patting small children on the head, bumping into businessmen and leaving his breath in lifts to infect smiling women... eventually the world is paralysed and 60m people are dead...The film garnered international acclaim and caused much controversy, owing to the uncompromising subject matter and unique film making techniques it employed making it utterly convincing.

Reviews

“Smallpox 2002 - Silent Weapon was a brilliantly made mockumentary, taking the danger of a biological attack on the world and placing it firmly and factually in the near future”. The Guardian

“Smallpox - Silent Weapon, IS a superbly researched, scripted and acted piece of fiction that cut straight to the heart of one of our deepest contemporary fears."extraordinarily good, shocking, though-provoking work”. The Daily Telegraph

If | The Toxic Time Bomb Goes Off
BBC Current Affairs


Opening
Director
Nicolas Brown
Producer
Sally Brindle
EP
Paul Woolwich
Running time
1 x 60 Mins

The Body

The Motive

Meeting Mickie

Coming soon


A mysterious freighter loaded with toxic waste docks in the Port of Dover. The waste disappears into the night. Meanwhile, in another part of England, a scientist is taking soil samples in a woodland. He is brutally murdered. His body is later found dangling in a giant mechanical claw of a waste incinerator, and DC Temple and DI MacGuire from Murder Investigation Squad are called. Soon, they will find themselves in an underworld few people know exists - the world of waste traffic.

Are We Changing Planet Earth?
BBC Features


Opening
Director
Nicolas Brown
Producer
Jeremy Bristow
EP
Sasha Bavisstock/Michael Mosley
Running time
2 x 60 Mins

Human Impact

Scary Desert
 
 

Sir David Attenborough draws on his life-long insights into our planet and presents his personal take on climate change. He looks ahead to find out what needs to be done to save Planet Earth from the worst impact of global warming.

Awards

EMMY AWARD 2007 Award for Excellence

Grand Prize Winner, International Wildlife Film Festival, Missoula, Montana | Grand Prize Winner, Chinese Environmental Film Festival

Climate Change Award, CMS Vatavaran Film Festival, New Dheli, India

 


Best Science Film of 2006, European Broadcast Commission (Eurovision)

Wormwood Scrubs
Wild Pictures


Opening
Director
James Cohen
Producer
James Cohen
EP
Paul Hamman
Running time
2 x 60 Mins

Neal & Cox

Letter

Drugs

Suicide


Wormwood Scrubs prison is one of Europe’s largest jails, holding over 1,200 male inmates. Some wings hold over 300 prisoners alone and with sometimes only 12 guards to keep order, bullying and violence can be a daily occurrence. Brought to you by the team that made the acclaimed Holloway documentaries this new series follows the frenetic lives of prisoners and Prison Officers who make up this complex, noisy and disturbed community.... Reviews

 

Reviews

                                                           

“This is brave, sensitive storytelling which coaxes out real-life characters with more self-conflict and pathos than you'll find in any gritty prison drama. Attracting an incredible 5 million+ viewers for each episode, these dramatic and moving films give an extraordinary insight into the work being done to keep this huge prison on track...” Time Out

“Wormwood Scrubs, one of the most vivid and compelling documentaries seen anywhere on television for years, let alone on ITV1”. The Observer



Awards

Nominated for 2 Grierson Awards 2011 – Best Documentary on a Contemporary Theme & Best Documentary Series

Nominated for RTS Award Best Documentary Series 2011

   
   




Who Do You Think You Are? | Jerry Springer
Wall To Wall Television


Where was she sent?
Director
Sue Hills
Producer
Jamie Simpson
EP
Alex Graham
Running time
60 Mins

Visiting the camp

Berlin

Theresienstadt

Dads Shop


Who Do You Think You Are? | Kim Cattrall
Wall To Wall Television

Director
Elizabeth Dobson
Producer
Collete Flight
EP
Lucy Carter
Running time
60 Mins

The Picture

Finding George

Bigamist

 


Well known international faces embark on individual journeys to answer some questions and solve the mysteries surrounding their own family history.

Awards


Bafta Nomination 2010: Best Factual Series

   
   
   

Holloway
Wild Pictures

Director
James Cohen
Producer
James Cohen
EP
Paul Hamman
Running time
3 x 60 Mins

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4


Holloway prison, in North London, holds up to 500 female inmates and is the largest women’s prison in Europe. Incarcerated behind heavy security is a complete cross section of criminals, from petty villains and drug-addicted prostitutes to fraudsters and dangerous, high profile, murderers. The problems are vast—drugs, bullying, psychopaths, needy mothers, even prisoners falling in and out of love. This gritty documentary series gives a real in sight into the work being done to get the prison and its inmates back on track.

Reviews

"This thoughtful, well-made and heartfelt documentary series is to be applauded its success shows that there is an appetite among audiences for stories of regular people told simply with no sensationalism and no celebrity presenter – and on ITV1 primetime too." The Guardian

"A stylish new documentary series that reveals often surprising aspects of life on the inside. The opening film is composed with rare skill and makes for compelling viewing." The Sunday Times

"Exemplary access, cloyingly addictive viewing: everyone who has ever held forth in the House, or a saloon-bar, or an editorial column without knowing the faintest whereof they speak should be made to watch this: at, if necessary, knife-point." The Observer

"With Holloway, ITV1 has not only turned in its first documentary series since God knows when but also made it the kind of unexpected, well paced story-led piece that feels more engaged and passionate than most dramas." The Times