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    A dance theatre company, Lost Dog, prepare to perform their show, It Needs Horses, to a festival audience. Their rehearsal schedule is tight, the props have been left behind and the anxiety of putting the show on is palpable. As the company face these challenges, the performance becomes a creative interpretation of their anxiety dreams. Commissioned by BAFTA and Festival Republic. 10 mins 1920/1080 25P Copyright 2012 BAFTA/Festival Republic/Caroline Bridges

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    • BAFTA Film Awards promo


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      Concept, Director-writer: made aeons ago for Sky and BAFTA. Promotion shown on tv and Odeon cinema chain, to promote the awards featuring Stephen Fry. All night 35mm shoot with a crew of 40 in Leicester Square. Stephen was a trooper and an absolute darling and joy to work with.

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      • Andrew Davies @ 5x15


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        Andrew Davies with a 15 minute masterclass on how to adapt great novels for television. Andrew Davies is one of television's most sought-after writers, commercially successful and critically acclaimed, famous for his adaptations of classic works of literature. He graduated in 1957 with an English degree from University College London and taught at schools and then Universities. A lover of literature, he combined teaching with writing until going full-time in 1987, aged 50. It's a career of amazing versatility spanning 40 years, which has also seen him work on a number of original plays and works, programmes for children and sitcoms. To name a few highlights- the 1990s saw Davies adapt George Eliot's Middlemarch and Austen's Pride and Prejudice both for the BBC and Moll Flanders for ITV. In the 2000s Tipping the Velvet, Vanity Fair and The Way We Live Now were all for the BBC. Davies also tackled Kingsley Amis's The Old Devils and adapted Daniel Deronda and serialised Bleak House for the BBC. He also adapted The Line of Beauty. Cinema credits include Bridget Jones, Circle of Friends, The Tailor of Panama and The Three Musketeers.

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        • BBC World Cup Opening titles 2006


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          created in flame with the talented Mark Walters. This won a BAFTA. Amazeballs!

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          • Belly Button (short film)


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            Six strangers are drawn together at one moment, after which nothing will be the same. (this film was paid for by my credit card, so if you would like to show your appreciate with a tip in the tip jar - i would appreciate it, thanks!) Winner: Best Short Film Audience Award – Raindance East London Film Festival 2005
 Winner: Audience Award Winner – Filmstock International Film Festival 2005 Winner: Best Short Film – Dvuser magazine 2005 Finalist: TCM Classic Shorts 2004
Finalist: Kodak/Bafta Showcase 2005 Finalist: The Big Issue Film Festival 2005 Finalist: VX Auteur Short Film Competition 2005 Finalist: Rough Cut Film Festival 2005 
Official Selection: Brief Encounters 2005 Official Selection: 18th Seagate Foyle Film Festival 2005 Official Selection: 19th Leeds International Film Festival 2005 Official Selection: New York Short Film Festival 2005 Official Selection: London Film Festival 2004 Official Selection: Leicester International Film Festival 2005 Official Selection: Sefton Short Film Festival 2005 Official Selection: Kinofilm 2006 Official Selection: Britspotting 2006 Official Selection: Tinklai International Film Festival 2007 Official Selection: Eurostar London Coming Film Festival 2007 Screened on BBC 2 as part of BBC’s Homegrown Hollywood programme July 2005 Represented internationally by British Council Featured on BBC Film Network

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            • Shadowscan


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              Director: Tinge Krishnan. Featuring Paul Bazely and Shobna Gulati. Won the BAFTA for Best Short Film in 2001

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              • Acts of Kindness


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                Animated film based on the Artist Michael Landy's Acts of Kindness for london Underground. The film is one of three broadcast on channel 4 April 2012. The animation comes from the stories and poster drawings for the Art on the Underground series. Animation by Paul Donnellon

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                • Film Education Award Winning Film Produced by SMA students


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                  Film Education Award Winning Film Produced by SMA students in the film production company run by DanCan. The School won £5000 and the students won Ipad 3's. The award ceremony was held at BAFTA London details are on http://www.filmeducation.org/becreative/ and http://www.filmeducation.org/becreative/gallery.html.

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                  • Violent and free, by The Bookshop Band


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                    This song was inspired by Greg Baxter's wonderful novel, The Apartment (Penguin). It was performed by Poppy and Ben when he came into Mr B's Emporium of Reading Delights on the 29th March 2012. For recordings - www.thebookshopband.bandcamp.com Join us on twitter.com/thebookshopband Thanks to Owen Benson for filming www.owenbensonvisuals.com Or visit Mr B's to buy the book: www.mrbsemporium.com

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                    • Smells Like Screen Spirit exclusive clip from TYRANNOSAUR


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                      Starring: Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman, Eddie Marsan Directed by: Paddy Considine Screenplay by: Paddy Considine Collecting three awards at Sundance, TYRANNOSAUR is the debut feature film from award winning actor Paddy Considine (DEAD MANS SHOES). Joseph, (Peter Mullan) a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self- destruction, is spiraling into turmoil. A chance of redemption appears in the form of Hannah (Olivia Colman PEEP SHOW), a Christian charity shop worker. Their relationship develops to reveal that Hannah is hiding a secret of her own, a secret with devastating consequences for both of them. Awards: SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2011 - World Cinema - Directing: Paddy Considine - World Cinema - Special Jury Prize Dramatic, For Acting: Peter Mullan - World cinema Special Jury Prize Dramatic, For Acting: Olivia Colman BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS 2011 - Best British Independent Film - Best Debut Director: Paddy Considine - Best Actress: Olivia Colman

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