Based on Christof Putzel’s award-winning podcast “American Jihadi”. The story focuses on Christof’s incredible relationship with Omar Shafik Hammami, a rapping jihadi from Alabama who ascended the ranks of Somalia's Al-Shabaab militant group and ended up on the FBI's most wanted list.
A unique documentary about the World War II 47 Royal Marine Commandos, who on D-Day captured the heavily defending Port-en-Bessin in Normandy. As veterans deliver first-hand accounts, actor/comedian Eddie Izzard undergoes endurance challenges that replicate what the commandos experienced.
Documentary. Since she was ten, sixteen-year-old Isabel has been campaigning for a law to ban single-use plastics. We join her as she works alongside the government to implement the ban and save Bali from plastic pollution.
Nominated for the Debut Director New Voices Award at the Edinburgh TV Festival 2020.
The documentary swims against the South Asian mainstream media’s auspicious picture of UK life. With unprecedented access, the film accompanies the UK Immigration Enforcement teams on numerous raids, and speaks to various detainees held in detention centres.
Set in the slums of Pakistan, Insha’Allah tackles issues such as human trafficking through the heat-breaking story of a young couple and their new baby.
Nominated for Best Film at the Asheville Film Festival; winner of the Golden Eagle at CINE Competition; Honourable Mention at the Columbus International Film Festival; winner of the Golden Ace Award at the Las Vegas International Film Festival.
Feature film about the Hackney Siege, which lasted fifteen days – from 26 December 2002 to 9 January 2003.
Whilst searching for a runaway goat, a young orphan must overcome her fears and take responsibility for her actions.
Nominated for the Children's Jury Award at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival; nominated for Best Short Film at the Cleveland International Film Festival; winner of Best of Show at the George Lindsey UNA Film Festival; nominated for the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
The stories of eleven survivors of terrorist attacks from Pakistan, Jordan, Northern Ireland, Uganda, Turkey, Indonesia, India, Spain, Columbia and the United States; a powerful plea to recognise the human cost of terrorism. Showcased to the UN on the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.