Jenny's film about the American Civil War, introduced by Barack Obama, was four times nominated for an Emmy. Drama, history, current affairs and arts films for BBC, C4 and Sky as well all the major US broadcasters. US and UK citizenship, fluent Spanish, French and German.
Hugh is an Emmy nominated and international award-winning producer and director. He has gained a reputation for creating powerful and emotive character-driven specialist factual television and drama documentaries.
Hugh tackles big subjects, which he makes accessible through his character; whether exploring the underbelly of society or bringing the past to the present, through epic multi-million pound history series.
He has made films for ITV, National Geographic Channel, History Channel, Discovery Channel, SKY 1, CH7 [Australia] and CNN. Hugh has extensive experience in directing actors, presenters and the general public. He has a strong background in directing dynamic action and complex CGI sequences.
Thoughtful, beautifully shot, authored documentaries. Grierson-shortlisted BBC 'A Very English Education' (2014), Grierson-nominated BBC 'High Society Brides' (2011), BBC 'The Brick In The Wall Kids', a film shortlisted for BAFTA (2008).
Craig is a Showrunner and Director who excels in editorial control, team-building, sometimes in hostile environments, occasionally with hostile contributors, and making sure the seemingly-impossible runs smoothly - whether on small shows or huge productions. His knowledge covers a wide-range of genres - Entertainment, Factual Entertainment, Reality (live and pre-recorded) and Specialist Factual.
Producer and director of first person, narrative-driven documentaries that tell the inside story behind significant events, past and present. Sally has drawn out the inside stories from presidents, prime ministers and film stars.
Director and Series Producer with a very strong track record in biographical, arts/music and specialist factual documentaries. Made the highest-rating Who Do You Think You Are? episode in its 13-season history.
Director with a reputation for bold and striking films, he's a stylist. Arts, Specialist Factual and Action Sports. Mike's innovative Jump London and following docs set the style for the parkour chase scene in 2006 Bond movie Casino Royale.
Chloe is an experienced Showrunner of Factual and Factual Entertainment programmes with over 20 years of experience. She has created original primetime series for most major UK networks. A dual US and UK citizen, she has bases in London, New York, and LA and has also worked on projects for US Networks.
Jamie is a writer and director of drama, documentaries and commercials. From short-form to feature length he works for clients worldwide on projects of all shapes and sizes. New York and London based, bi-lingual English/Spanish, fluent French and Italian.
BAFTA and RTS award-winning, twice Grierson-shortlisted, Ian is a top Producer, Director and Writer. He has made live, long-form observational, short, very short, 90 minute, feature and multi-part series.
Sasha is a Sarajevo-born documentary filmmaker, directing and self-shooting for over a decade. Grierson and RTS Award 2013 for Best Series Protecting Our Children, Grierson Best Newcomer Award 2005 for Last Men Standing, Broadcast Best Series Awards for Hospital (2010) and Our Drugs War (2011)
Kim is a docs Series Producer, Director and self-shooter, long-experienced in gaining and maintaining difficult and sensitive access, exploring challenging worlds, working with big institutions, handling complex legal and compliance issues. RTS Best Drama Serial Award for Five Daughters (BBC1)
Russell is a director, producer and writer - Grierson Award-shortlisted in 2017 and nominated in 2011. He makes documentary, drama-documentary, tv drama and feature films, commercials and multi-platform content.
Vastly experienced in long-form docs and series, Pamela has filmed throughout the world, interviewing hundreds of people from all walks of life. She develops unique relationships with her contributors, whether it’s an 85 year-old woman disclosing a rape in the 1930’s, a close-knit family dealing with the heartbreak of dementia, a Russian victim of state-terror, Jamie Oliver or Davina McCall, they all have a story to tell. Broadcast Best Documentary Series Award - shortlisted for Dementiaville (2015). Grierson Best Documentary Series Award - nominated for Dementiaville, and shortlisted for for Staying Lost (1999).
Jim is an award-winning showrunner, writer and director of documentaries and drama with fifteen years experience of making films for US and British television. Jim shot his first full length feature drama The Chameleon in 2015. Jim has produced and directed drama-doc series for Nat Geo, Discovery Networks US, History, A&E Networks, Sky Atlantic and Sky Arts, as well as the UK terrestrial broadcasters.
Nick is an award-winning director of drama, drama-doc and documentary. In a career stretching twenty years he has made films for all five British terrestrial channels plus Sky, History, Nat Geo and Discovery, Netflix, Amazon Prime and many more channels across Europe and North America.
Alex is a highly experienced writer, producer, director crossing back and forth between glossy high-end specialist factual shows and engaging features programming. He has made both feature-length, series & one-hour programmes, with and without on-screen talent, for BBC 1 & 2, Channels 4 & 5 and a host of US networks that include Discovery, National Geographic International and Smithsonian.
Gary is a BAFTA award-winning filmmaker who has worked extensively in the UK, Washington DC and Los Angeles on large-scale drama-doc and specialist factual series
Anna has directed many 60' single documentaries. A skilled camera operator, she has shot most of her own films. Often drawn to sensitive, controversial subject matters such as “Britain’s Hidden Homeless”, “Diary of a Teen Transsexual”, “Foodball’s Suicide Secret” and “Women in Prison”, Anna still likes to make lighter, more joyous projects like “Prom Crazy” and the series “Our Dancing Town”.
Tom is a Showrunner and Series Producer who has spent the past decade making some of the most popular US documentary and drama-documentary series. Creativity that has become the hallmark of his productions - be it as director of single films or producer of multi-part series. He's renowned for his ability to recruit and run excellent teams.
As a series producer, writer, director and script doctor, Nigel has produced documentary and drama for all the major national and international TV networks as well as theatrical release. He moves between the arts and sciences, documentary and drama, producing films that combine stunning visuals with intimate, emotional story telling. Emmy-nominated for drama-doc Titanic: Case Closed.
Ben Lewis is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, author and art critic, whose feature-length and shorter films have been shown by the BBC, Channel 4, Arte, PBS, Al-Jazeera, ABC-Australia and other major broadcasters around the world. Ben can take a complex subject and make it plain to understand drawing on a variety of media and styles. Over the years he has won various awards including a Peabody, Grierson, US National Headliner and German Grimme Prize.
Paul is an Emmy and RTS award-winning, BAFTA nominated Writer/Director and Senior Producer with 20 years' experience in documentaries and specialist factual tv film, now also making scripted drama-doc and television serial drama - directing, scripting and producing films for ongoing series and original commissions.
Nigel is a showrunner of major series - with a raft of Primetime Emmy, Grierson, BAFTA and RTS awards and nominations to his name. He manages productions from very large-scale multi-million pound, multi-partnered productions with complex, large teams to the smallest productions. Extensive experience producing and directing high-end, complex CGI and GFX, working very closely with Jellyfish, MPC and Framestore on The Human Body, Planet Dinosaur, Inside The Human Body, Britain Beneath Your Feet, Walking With Beasts, among others.
Nick is an award-winning filmmaker known for making contemporary observational documentaries, often shooting in remote and dangerous locations. He is a 3 times BAFTA & 2 time EMMY finalist, and his work has won 2 Foreign Press Association awards, the Rory Peck Impact Award and the Creative Diversity Award for best documentary. Also recognised for his camerawork by the Guild of Television Cameramen. Over the past 25 years Nick has made films for all the UK broadcasters, and many US networks, working with some of the most highly regarded producers, editors and commissioning editors in our business.
Maninderpal Sahota has directed a range of high profile documentaries for the last fifteen years. He has made films all the major US and UK broadcasters across genres - current affairs, authored polemics, specialist factual, drama and drama documentary.
His films have consistently garnered critical acclaim: "A terrific, polemical, even landmark, documentary by Maninderpal Sahota" (Don’t Take My Child), "A fascinating piece of investigative TV" (The Men Who Made Us Fat), Fascinating documentary (The Truth About Child Brides), "An overdue roar of anger" (Abused: Breaking the Silence), "An illuminating and often emotional investigation" (Lindsay Lohan’s Indian Journey).
Catey is a top-notch documentary director and series producer. Her first film “One Hundred Something”, commissioned as part of first time directors strand, Metroland, won The Special Prize at the Prix Circum and Gold Award at Worldfest. Catey has directed various films for Ch4’s Cutting Edge and BBC One Life strand. Catey's film as part of “Secret Millionaire” series was nominated for a BAFTA, Royal Television Society and Broadcast Award. Great Ormond Street series 3 was BAFTA Nominated in 2016 Awards for Best Factual Series. Her recent 90-minute doc Raped: My Story is currently shortlisted for the BAFTA 2018 Best Current Affairs award.
Philip Smith is an award-winning director and producer with wide-ranging experience in feature documentaries, history, music, science, drama-docs, arts, travelogues, presenter-led series, 3D and commercial projects. Philip is adept at working with all sizes of production, from tightly-budgeted observational filming through to major international co-productions. He also possesses a thorough grounding in CGI and all types of drama-documentary from simple reconstruction to fully scripted drama and is a highly-skilled self-shooter.
An experienced documentary and factual shooting director/producer who has made a diverse range of evening and prime time films in series or one-offs for BBC1, 2, 3, C4, C5, Sky and Discovery. His work includes the RTS and BAFTA nominated gut-churning high seas drama Trawlermen (BBC1), Can't Take it With You (BBC2), Doctor in the House (BBC1) about Dr Rangan Chatterjee's efforts to relieve people of chronic medical conditions and BBC2's The Extraordinary Collector.