Freedom of Information - hardly the most gripping subject for a short film. So how to make it engaging and the legislation digestible was the challenge.
Councils are obliged by law to be open and transparent with requests for information made by anyone legitimately seeking it. It's time for local councillor, Angus, to shape up.
With Geoffrey Palmer, Helen Lederer, Jeremy Swift
Writer: Miles Furnell
Director: Steve Bookbinder
Lifting the barriers: Revealing attitudes at KPMG
Around 10% of the working population is disabled. Of KPMG's 9,500 staff, 19 have a disability.
Steve Bookbinder's film, courageously commissioned by KPMG, takes an honest look at its own shortcomings when it comes to employing people with disabilities.
'It's been six months now, but Mum still feels the same.'
Can a job at McDonald's be a serious career for Mel? Her Mum doesn't think so, but Mel sets out to prove her wrong.
Recognising the cynicism surrounding jobs in its chain of restaurants, this recruitment film is unusually honest in tackling attitudes towards its staff.
In her shoes: What's the harm in cheap cigarettes?
Written and Directed by Steve Bookbinder.
The sale of illegal cigarettes feeds under-age smoking and organised crime. Law enforcers say some gangs are behind people trafficking, prostitution, and terrorism.
The film was made to show that the sale of illegal cigarettes is not a victimless crime. It leaves people like Sam with nice shoes, but not the life she left home for.
Here's a thing. What if you were to eavesdrop on the movie set of Hollywood A-Lister, Benicio Del Toro (Che, Traffic, The Wolfman), and capture the moment he left the film crew dumbfounded at his surprising and hidden talent?
Directed by Steve Bookbinder
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