Films by Doug Aubrey

  1. Art for a changing city - a work in progress about the Velocity project prepared for the programme launch in The Lighthouse April 18th 2012.

    An Autonomi production for VeloCity.

    Director/ Camera - Doug Aubrey
    Editor - Berny McGurk
    Producer - Marie Olesen

    Music - The Unwinding Hours (Chemikal Underground)
    & Brian McAlpine

    Contact marie@autonomi.tv
    autonomi.tv

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  2. Back in the mid-noughties, filmmaker Doug Aubrey and seminal Dub-Godfather and Producer Adrian Sherwood's worlds collided for a day somewhere in a leafy suburb of North London....
    They thought it might have been the start of something much bigger.....

    Need funds for this film, so do get in touch!

    Director/Camera Doug Aubrey
    Editor Brian Welsh

    Contact marie@autonomi.tv
    autonomi.tv

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  3. The untold story of the much celebrated: Glasgow Girls

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  4. Filmed as part of the As It IS series we were commissioned to make, The Street Watchers is a pilot/short film we made about CCTV in Glasgow. It was an attempt to explore the lives of the men who operate the CCTV cameras. Although never commissioned the project was unashamedly idea-jacked by the opportunist editor on the film who pitched it to channel 4 as part of a short series on CCTV culture.

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  5. The first film in a series of shorts that explore gang fighting, knife crime and territorialism in Glasgow Eastend.
    4 short films about Gang fighting. Commissioned by Glasgow City Council Community Safety services and Strathclyde Police (among others) these films when launched attracted a shock-horror front-page headline on a national Scottish tabloid newspaper (which sadly seemed to miss the point about the films real intent and social purpose as an educational tool!) Employing CCTV footage of gang violence (that includes at least one fatality) and graphic scenes and testimony from Glasgow’s Royal Infirmary in the aftermath of a machete attack, the stories in these films are told directly via hard hitting contributions from Gang fighters, the Police, Doctors, Victims and Parents who have lost their children to gang-related violence. The films are still in use in Glasgow’s schools and youth centres to this day.

    Please note: some people may find the content of these films disturbing

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Films by Doug Aubrey

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All the films, extracts and short works by twice BAFTA nominated film-maker and Artist, Doug Aubrey with Autonomi over more than a decade.

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