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The Fog-Catchers reach 1m people

The Fog-Catchers reach 1m people

Monday 3 October 2016
One of our 2 minute internet films about climate adaptation has reached 1.1m people on Facebook and been played nearly 50,000 times. Fog Catching is a beautifully simple, clever and low tech solut…
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Drunken Butterflies: The London Premier

Drunken Butterflies: The London Premier

Tuesday 8 December 2015
Our feature film Drunken Butterflies, a teen drama, launched in style last night at the Hackney Picturehouse. The audience were glued to their seats as our teen screen heroes made their way throug…
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Has the Internet killed global TV news?

Has the Internet killed global TV news?

Monday 8 September 2014
We're working with the Rockefeller Foundation to run 10 short films across a variety of social media platforms in the build-up to the UN Climate Conference in New York on Sept 23. Some of the …
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Rockhopper International

Rockhopper International

Monday 1 September 2014
All the following broadcasters hold active licenses on 3 of our recent TV series. It's a big audience! BBC, ABC (USA), Al Jazeera, PBS, ITV, Showtime Networks, NHK, BBC World News, Nation…
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Big Screen, Great Audience

Big Screen, Great Audience

Saturday 10 May 2014
Drunken Butterflies played on the main screen at the National Media Museum yesterday to an audience of 18-20yr old students - our target audience. With 3 of the cast (above) and diector G…
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Archive on-line

Archive on-line

Monday 31 March 2014
We’re about to wake a sleeping giant! Our video archive is moving on-line. Hundreds of hours of HD footage shot all round the world in the making of series like Survival, The Health Show, Hot…
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Move to Bristol

Move to Bristol

Wednesday 26 March 2014
It's a great city and home to Gromit, the BBC's Natural History Unit, loads of talent and a vibrant arts scene. And a lot of London refusiniks ... and us. Our move is now well under way. …
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