Reel London 2005



Reel London

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 the production process. The concept is a partnership between DFG Films (which has since merged with Mosaic Films), Film London and ITV London. Each half-hour documentary was screened on prime-time television on ITV London.

ITV, 2005

Series Producer: Andy Glynne

Episodes:

Strictly Mitcham

Glamour is not the first thing that springs to mind, when most people think of Mitcham. However, in the heart of the London suburb, there is a colourful multi-million pound industry which has made Mitcham a familiar name across the globe: ballroom and latin dance dress-making!

Director: Ian Lynch

Grand Prix Priest 

The Grand Prix Priest is an intimate portrait of Father Neil Horan, the controversial Irish priest who ran across the racetrack at the 2003 British Grand Prix at Silverstone and bundled Marathon runner Vanderlei De Lima into the crowd during the 2004 Olympics.

Director: Simon Aeppli

Bleach My Skin White 

Skin is the body’s largest and most adaptable organ. You can tattoo it, nip tuck it, pierce it and adorn it with cosmetics for every occasion. But now you can also bleach it. This authored documentary explores a trend that could become as popular as its polar opposite, tanning.

Director: Dami Akinnusi







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