We are hiring!

Mosaic is hiring for a range of roles to help with up-coming productions. Have a look below and get in touch with Auriol on: auriol@mosaicfilms.com if they are of... Read More »


Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

This week is officially the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week (8th – 14th May) – an annual event hosted by the Mental Health Foundation. To mark this important... Read More »


When I Worry About Things

When I Worry About Things is a series of animated documentaries for the BBC exploring the experiences of six children who suffer from mental ill health. Each of these... Read More »


Out of Thin Air

Set within the stark Icelandic landscape, Out of Thin Air examines the 1976 police investigation into the disappearance  of two men in the early 1970s. Iceland in the 1970s  was a... Read More »


Out of Thin Air – World Premiere at HotDocs International Documentary Festival

Set within the stark Icelandic landscape, Out of Thin Air examines the 1976 police investigation into the disappearance  of two men in the early 1970s. Iceland in the 1970s  was a idyll;... Read More »


A-Z of Religion

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... Read More »


GCSE History: Medicine Through Time

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... Read More »


KS4 Welsh Baccalaureate

10 x 2-3″ films on the KS4 Welsh Baccalaureate course, for BBC Bitesize.

This series is an informative, humorous, and visually exciting animation, designed to inspire learners to fulfil... Read More »


GCSE Biology

12 x 3” films for BBC Learning on GCSE Biology.

These presenter driven, live action films utilise animation and motion graphics to bring to life essential topics in the... Read More »


I Can’t Go To School Today wins a BAFTA

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.

I Can’t Go To School... Read More »


Mosaic’s sister company DFG merges with EDN

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 a small collective of... Read More »


BBC Bitesize Explainers

 

BBC Bitesize commissioned Mosaic Films to produce 73 animated short films – a total of 60 minutes – across subjects; English, Maths and Science for Key Stage 1... Read More »


Animated Minds: Stories of PND wins a BAA

11 March 2016: Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that Animated Minds: Stories of PND won Best Commissioned Documentary at the British Animation Awards last night.

Animated Minds: Stories... Read More »


Your World

A series of short films for the BBC comparing the lives of children from different cities in the UK to the lives of 7 children in non-European countries,... Read More »


GCSE English Literature

A series of fun, engaging animated summaries of 7 key English Literature text including To Kill a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men and A Taste of Honey.  Aimed at GCSE students,... Read More »


SAINTS

The tiny island of Saint Helena is so remote and isolated that it was used to imprison the serial escaper Napoleon Bonaparte.

Even today it lies a five-day boat... Read More »


Tickets on sale for Saints premiere

Tickets are now on sale for the UK premiere of Deswarte’s Saints, a Mosaic Films and Storyhouse co-production. It takes place at Open City Documentary Festival on Saturday... Read More »


I Can’t Go To School Today

I Can’t Go To School Today is a series of animated documentaries for BBC exploring the experiences of children living with different illnesses and conditions. Using... Read More »


I Can’t Go To School Today Nominated For BAFTA Children’s Awards 2016

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 in the category... Read More »


Shattered Minds: Our Traumatic Wars

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... Read More »


An interview with animator Xin Li

Mosaic director Laurie Harris spoke to animator Xin Li about his paint on glass animation style following their collaboration on The Big Push.

The Big Push was produced in... Read More »


Jamaica’s Silent Children

Jamaica has one of the highest rates of child sex abuse in the world. In 2013 alone, over 2,000 cases of abuse against minors were recorded by the... Read More »


Animated Minds: Stories of Postnatal Depression

Animated Minds: Stories of Postnatal Depression is a series of 5 films highlighting personal stories of perinatal mental health issues. Animation is combined with personal testimony to give... Read More »


Health Research: Making The Right Decision For Me

 

Mosaic Films worked with The Nuffield Council on Bioethics to produce a short animation which conveys some of the key themes of the Council’s report ‘Children and clinical... Read More »


St Helena An End To Isolation

‘Saint-Helena’, one of the most remote islands in the world, is about to lose it’s isolation due to the arrival of an international airport. Investors and... Read More »


Tales From Around The World

A series of 6 x 5′ animated films for BBC Learning, based on the most interesting and unusual folktales from around the world. The series includes... Read More »


BBC Learning: History Animations

A quick-fire animated series of irreverently narrated documentaries aimed at 8-11 year olds. The films look at four different eras of History – the Ancient Greeks,... Read More »


The Big Push

In collaboration with the Poetry Society and the Fleming Collection, Mosaic Films produced an evocative paint on glass animation in response to the Herbert James Gunn... Read More »


Matters Of Life And Death Nominated For BAFTA Children’s Awards 2014

Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that Matters of Life and Death (BBC Learning, 2014) has been nominated for the BAFTA Children’s Awards in the category Learning –... Read More »


Children of Las Brisas

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... Read More »


BBC iWonder

A series of short films for BBC iWonder, a new interactive Knowledge and Learning guide on bbc.co.uk.

BBC iWonder is designed to give people access... Read More »


BBC iWonder Guides Now Online

A series of films produced by Mosaic for BBC iWonder, a new interactive Knowledge and Learning guide on bbc.co.uk, is now available to watch online.

The guides are:

Why do... Read More »


What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions Nominated For BAFTA

Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions has been nominated in the Learning – Primary category for the BAFTA Children’s... Read More »


Matters of Life and Death

The film explores the rights and wrongs of some of life’s biggest questions. Captured as beautiful and engaging short documentary portraits, these powerful and thought-provoking real-life stories present... Read More »


What Makes Me Me?

What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions is a humorous and engaging series of short films voiced by Robert Webb, exploring fundamental philosophical concepts through everyday questions... Read More »


Winning Venezuela

A film set during the final days before one of the most important presidential elections in Venezuela’s recent history: the re-election of Hugo Chavez.

While some are packing their... Read More »


Give More

Working with the Citizenship Foundation‘s Giving Nation programme, Mosaic Films produced a series of three short animations introducing the Give More movement to schools.

Give More encourages... Read More »


Seeking Refuge

Seeking Refuge is a series of animated documentaries for BBC exploring the experiences of young refugees living in the UK. Using the testimonies of five young people... Read More »


Hackney Life

Hackney Life is a crowdsourced documentary, made from video contributions from all across the borough as part of Hackney Museum’s Mapping The Change project. The project explored... Read More »


Undermining Justice

Peru: Undermining Justice is a film about corporate greed, and the sophisticated ways multinational companies avert justice for Al Jazeera International as part of its People and Power strand.

Conflicts... Read More »


Norwich School of Artists

Mosaic Films has produced two films for the re-hang of the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery’s Norwich School collection. These two short films trace the story of... Read More »


Making Media: An Introduction

Making Media: An Introduction is a series of Six short ‘how to’ films aimed at informing and enabling Media Studies students at Key Stage 4 and beyond to... Read More »


Dekay’s Guide to Estates

In Dekay’s Guide to Estates, a young rapper with a passion for social architecture documents life for the residents of one of London’s inner city council estates via song.... Read More »


Belief In Dialogue

A series of six short films as part of the Open University and the British Council project Belief in Dialogue, which seeks to build global awareness and... Read More »


Famine, War & Corruption

Famine, War & Corruption is a series of short films exploring the ways in which the western media can distort significant issues in the global south, produced for the... Read More »


Siemens – Leon’s London

Mosaic Films worked with Siemens to create a short film based on the reflections of the driver of one of London’s hybrid buses.

This film follows driver Leon Warner... Read More »


Why Poverty: UK Shorts

Why Poverty? UK Shorts is an eclectic series of short documentaries taking a fresh look at poverty in the UK. The issues covered include the vicious cycle of... Read More »


Art Shorts: Tate Media

Produced for Tate Media and Arts Council, the second year of the Art Shorts programme saw two regional galleries offered the chance to bring video into their marketing... Read More »


London Recut

Mosaic Films partnered with Film London, the BFI, and London’s Screen Archives network to create an... Read More »


The Strongest Bond

This film tells the story of the government’s efforts to improve maternal health in Ethiopia and save lives through a network of community based health workers. The film... Read More »


Life After Coma

A series of documentaries exploring the lives of four people who’ve survived a coma but now live in various states of consciousness, made for Channel 4’s 3 Minute... Read More »


Animated Minds

Animated Minds is a series of short animated documentaries which use real testimonies of teenage experiences of mental distress, combined with engaging visuals, to climb inside the world... Read More »


Britain Recut

Mosaic Films, Channel 4 and the BFI joined forces to produce Britain Recut, a groundbreaking series of short films by four new... Read More »


A Year in Tibet

5 x 60-minute films for BBC4, in partnership with Seven Stones Media

For the first time, the BBC has been able to film inside Tibet unsupervised by Chinese authorities,... Read More »


Made in India

‘Made In India’ is the first in the innovative ‘Made In…’ Series produced by DFG Films and now by Mosaic Films. Eight short documentaries made by Indian filmmakers... Read More »


Five Bites

This exciting initiative for emerging filmmakers was created and produced by DFG Films in partnership with Five News. FIVE BITES gave five filmmakers an opportunity to produce topical... Read More »


Reel London 2006

Reel London was an initiative for emerging documentary filmmakers, produced by DFG Films in partnership with Film London and ITV London. It offered filmmakers an opportunity to produce... Read More »


Mish Kids

Channel 4, 2005

Mish Kids are unique. Having spent their childhoods and early adolescence abroad – wherever God called their parents to preach – most Missionaries are bi-lingual, love different... Read More »


Little Johnny’s Journey

A short animation following the story of Little Johnny’s first months, as he learns to navigate the world around him and builds a healthy immune system. With Denise Lewis.

This... Read More »


To Courtney With Love

Beckie Williamson is 15 and lives in Leeds with her parents and older sister. She became pregnant at 13 and had a daughter, Courtney. At 14, Beckie was... Read More »


Reel London 2005

Reel London was a new initiative for emerging documentary filmmakers, which highlighted the richness and diversity of voices present in London, whilst training and nurturing new talent through... Read More »


Insight – Sort Out Stress

A short animated documentary featuring the testimony of a young man, who shares his experiences of mental health problems including drug dependence and depression.

Produced for the Camden NHS... Read More »


The Tube Series III

This is the third, hugely successful documentary series about the London Underground network. It includes the two part mini series “The Tube – Under Attack”, which charts the... Read More »


Games In Athens

The huge cost, the massive disruption, and the political tensions surrounding the Olympic Games in Athens all threatened to overwhelm Greece and its capital. For the four years... Read More »


Blood Matters

Channel 4/ National Blood Service, 2004

Four short, animated documentaries at the cutting edge of their form in their use of animation, documentary and new media, explore the eye-opening... Read More »


Pakistan Pictures

This unique series observes post September 11th Pakistan, raising issues about the country that are both revealing and insightful.

A Mosaic Films Production/ ARTE, 2002

Pakistan Pictures is a unique... Read More »


The Tube Series II

The second, award-winning series of The Tube follows London Underground drivers, station staff, and managers through the Underground system, revealing it to the public through their eyes.

ITV London,... Read More »


The Thames Through Time

For over 2,000 years, the Thames has dominated the lives of Londoners. This 6-part series brings the history of the river alive with stories which link the past... Read More »


Pakistan Daily

A series of ten documentaries which goes deep inside post September 11th Pakistan, revealing what many regarded as a new beginning for the country.

A Mosaic Films Production in... Read More »


EUtopia

This documentary series is an ambitious pan-European co-production, filmed in the 15 countries of the European Union and also in the USA, Iceland, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic,... Read More »


Return to Wonderland

Back in 1995 a team of Russian filmmakers armed with camcorders followed the lives of their fellow citizens for a BBC series called “Russian Wonderland”. Since then the... Read More »


The Tube: Series I

A documentary series about the London Underground network, The Tube follows its drivers, station staff, and managers about their work, showing the Underground system to the public through... Read More »


Wicked Weekend

Spend a fast and furious weekend with teenagers around Britain.

Channel 4,1999

Executive Producer: Colin Luke and Adam Alexander Producer: Emma Read Director: Emma Read

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Adult Lives

A major factual series for BBC2 that takes the temperature of contemporary adult relationships with 10 films giving an insightful slice of today’s Adult Lives.

Adult Lives explores the... Read More »


Unholy Land

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the state of Israel, Unholy Land was shot in Israel and Palestine by Israeli and Palestinian filmmakers.

Channel 4, 1998

A series of films shot... Read More »


Princess Diana: The Princess’s People

A challenging and refreshing observation of a nation’s reaction to the dramatic death of Princess Diana, and the weekend of her funeral. The film tells the story from... Read More »


Think of England

From the Henley Regatta to a chilly church fete and from Liverpool pubs to suburban gardens, Martin Parr travels through England asking what makes the English so English.

Further... Read More »


United Kingdom!

The United Kingdom as seen through the eyes of its occupants, ranging from amateur to professional filmmakers.

United Kingdom was commissioned by Jeremy Gibson, Head of TV Features at... Read More »


Ivanov Goes to Moscow

The Almeida Theatre Production of Anton Chekhov’s troubled play Ivanov, starring Ralph Fiennes, is performed in Moscow. This film follows the efforts of the production team to take... Read More »


Why Poverty? UK Shorts Now Online

The three films produced by Mosaic Films, looking at UK poverty as part of the Why Poverty? project, are now available to watch online via the Why Poverty?... Read More »


What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions screens on BBC

What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions is a humorous and engaging series of short films voiced by Robert Webb, exploring fundamental philosophical concepts through everyday questions... Read More »


Seeking Refuge Wins A BAFTA

26th November 2012: Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that Seeking Refuge won a BAFTA Children’s Award at last night’s ceremony.

Seeking Refuge is a series of short animated... Read More »


Seeking Refuge

Seeking Refuge is a series of animated documentaries for BBC exploring the experiences of young refugees living in the UK. Using the testimonies of five young people... Read More »


Undermining Justice screens on Al Jazeera’s People and Power Strand

Mosaic Films’ latest documentary screens this week on Al Jazeera International as part of its People and Power strand.

Peru: Undermining Justice is a film about corporate greed, and... Read More »


Norwich School of Artists

Mosaic Films has produced two films for the re-hang of the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery’s Norwich School collection. These two short films trace the story of... Read More »


Hackney Life

What does Hackney Life mean to you?

Show the world what the real Hackney is like

Deadline extended: Submit by midnight on Friday 30th March 2012

People of Hackney!

What does Hackney... Read More »

What does Hackney Life Mean to You?

Help us show the real Hackney in film

Mosaic Films is working with Hackney Museum to create a user-generated short documentary from material uploaded to YouTube by members of... Read More »






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We are hiring!

Mosaic is hiring for a range of roles to help with up-coming productions. Have a look below and get in touch with Auriol...

Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

This week is officially the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week (8th – 14th May) – an annual event hosted by the Mental...

Out of Thin Air – World Premiere at HotDocs International Documentary Festival

Set within the stark Icelandic landscape, Out of Thin Air examines the 1976 police investigation into the disappearance  of two men in the early 1970s. Iceland in...