26 x 2-3” films under the banner of A-Z of Religion & Beliefs for KS3 students for BBC Learning.
Did you know that in India cows can... Read More »
10 x 3-4’’ films for BBC Learning on GCSE History, Medicine Through Time.
Using cut-outs and motion graphics, this BBC learning series takes students back in time, bringing to life... Read More »
In December 1976 six suspects confessed to the murders of Gudmundur Einarsson and Geirfinnur Einarsson. The incarceration of the suspects ended what had become a national crisis in a... Read More »
A British defence lawyer and his war criminal client form an unusual partnership to try and bring peace to a small corner of a seemingly hopeless country, the Democratic... Read More »
Shattered Minds: Our Traumatic Wars
Mosaic Films are lead partner on a public engagement project about service-related mental health called Shattered Minds. At the heart of the project are a number of short... Read More »
An inspirational music teacher, Adam Ockelford, patiently and gently unlocks the potential of a number of severely autistic children, some with little or no speech. He coaxes... Read More »
Set in the sprawling suburbs of Valencia (Venezuela), The Children Of Las Brisas is a poetic and observational documentary capturing the struggle and transformation of a group... Read More »
Nothing to Envy is a feature length animated film about life inside one of the most impenetrable and brutal regimes in the world. Told through the stories... Read More »
Read about our latest work, news and awards.
20th November 2016: Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that I Can’t Go To School Today won a BAFTA Children’s Award at last night’s ceremony.
Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that I Can’t Go To School Today (BBC Learning, 2016) has been nominated for the BAFTA Children’s Awards...
After fifteen incredible years the DFG is coming to an end. Don’t despair though!
We’re merging with the European Documentary Network (EDN).
DFG started in 2001 as...