Botton Village – high on the North Yorkshire Moors – is a unique community of 300 people, around half of them with special needs like autism and Down’s syndrome. This touching and sometimes funny film, made with unusually free access from Botton, follows four villagers over the course of a cold winter.
We shoot them. We gas them. We poison them. We set dogs on them. But we’ll never beat them: the Brown Rat remains man’s close and persistent companion. They outnumber us – there’s thought to be 60 million of them at large in Britain – and they thwart our every effort at control. More than […]
There are 55 million Leylandii trees in Britain. It is Britain’s most planted and most hated tree. In this film we meet the lovers and loathers of the plant that ate suburbia.
Big men in tiny pants. Welcome to the strange world of the Mr Britain body building contest. Heave-ho He-men rubbing each other with tanning oil, shaving their legs and living on loony diets of liquidized tuna.
Botton Village is a unique social experiment – a remote village high on the north Yorkshire Moors where 120 adults with special needs live and work alongside 200 co-workers and their families. This festival documentary was filmed over the course of a cold winter at Botton and charts the friendships, rivalries and dramas of a […]
People stop and stare at John Hallat in the street – he’s that bad looking. He works by night and hates mirrors and photos. John lives with his looks but Sam, aged 26, wants surgery to correct her horrendous appearance.
Men with powder puffs. Men in dresses. Men with limp wrists. Men throwing hissy fits in hat shops. They’re not all gay: John Williams has been married for 20 years while Pink Peter is a lethal ladies man.
Meet two Titans of temper. Gary Martin, 43, is an amiable family man with a volcanic road rage problem. Gary Saunders, 42 with 54 convictions, is The Biggest Bully in Britain, using his temper and 6ft 4″ of brawn to intimidate.
Through the life cycle of one mobile phone, we investigate the million andone ways in which the mobile has made itself indispensable to modern life. One in every two human beings has a mobile. We make this inanimate lump of plastic and minerals privy to our innermost secrets – our conversations with wives, lovers, family. […]
Meet the litter vigilantes – the men and women who go to war against litterbugs and dog foulers.