THE LOOK OF ENERGY
Funded by British Academy
Climate Change, Landscape, Politics (UK)
As Britain moves from coal power stations to renewable energy, how does this change the look of the rural landscape? The Look of Energy speaks to local communities in North Yorkshire about their hopes and fears for their renewable futures.
Delivery Spring 2020
ABOUT A WAR
82' | 2018 | Arabic, English |
Beirut, Conflict, Politics
Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
About a War explores violence and social change through the testimonies of ex-fighters from the Lebanese Civil War.
Moving through the testimonies of Ahed, a Palestinian refugee and member of the PFLP; Assaad, a right wing ex-intelligence officer of the Lebanese Forces and Nassim, a Communist fighter, About a War unpicks the personal and social motivations, trauma and regret of militiamen who picked up arms to fight during the Lebanese Civil War.
THE OLYMPIC SIDE OF LONDON
74' | 2012 | English |
London, Cities, Poverty
A critical portrait of East London on the eve of the 2012 Olympic games. Narrated by award winning writer Ian Sinclair, the film asks the question, how will locals benefit from the £9bn investment in a deprived part of the capital?
Distributed by Journeyman Pictures, screened for television and festivals internationally.