It’s been a very busy period since the start of the year, with a series of assignments and films for the BBC and other corporate work. This week, we’ve been in London shooting with Jemma Woodman for BBC Inside Out on a film about a group of protestors who have travelled up from Cornwall to join in with the Extinction Rebellion protests on Waterloo Bridge. Their aim is to provide peaceful, non-violent disruption in London […]Read More
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We were really pleased to learn last week that our film Fractured Earth: Fractured Lives will be screened at the Deauville Green Awards film festival in France this summer. Special thanks to out co-producer, photojournalist Les Stone for his work on the film and also to our Executive Producer Mo Williams for all her support in getting the project off the ground. It is very nice to get some recognition for this film and we […]Read More
Quite exciting to see that our film Fractured Earth: Fractured Lives rates over 7/10 on the website Top Documentary Films. “The film has found a good audience and is being distributed by Journeyman Film in London”, says Producer/Director Andrew Johnstone. “The whole projected started when I was speaking to my colleague, photo-journalist Les Stone. Les had been covering the fracking story in the USA for five years, but here in the UK, fracking for shale […]Read More
We’ve just got back from Paris where we have been filming at the Global Landscapes Forum for the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and the Water Land & Ecosystems Programme at CGIAR. The WLE project has taken 50 young people to Paris to develop and pitch ideas to solve global landscape challenges to a panel of experts in a Dragon’s Den style event. Wild Dog was there to produce a short film about their […]Read More