Director: Tim Pritchard
Producer: Geoff Dibben
Executive Producers: Alistair Weaver and Duncan Rycroft
Dakar Rally: Frontline to Finish Line
How a team of injured soldiers took on the world's toughest rally

An exciting two-part television documentary, Dakar Rally: Frontline to Finish Line, followed a team of amputee serviceman from Britain and the US as they took on the world's toughest rally. For fifteen days they raced almost 6000 miles across Peru, Argentina and Chile and our crew of seven followed them all the way. Directed by Tim Pritchard (Ross Kemp on Gangs), Fronline to Finish Line used a host of different cameras to capture the inside story of the tears, tantrums and triumphs. The television documentary was shown on ITV4 in the UK and Discovery World in EMEA.

Alongside the TV documentary we produced daily blogs for international publications including Independent, Autosport, MSN, New York Daily News and Sunday Times. Additional editorial features appeared in Octane, Autocar and, among others. Our PR Director, Kirstie Reid, also provided additional PR support for the team and the footage was used to create short form films for promotional and social media use.

Frontline to Finish Line was the sequel to The Road to Dakar which documented the team’s birth.

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