In the Shadow of the Moon (Dox Productions)
(110 min. Cinema Feature. ThinkFilm/Channel 4. Dir. David Sington)
In-depth interviews with the now-septuagenarian astronauts of the Apollo programme coupled with NASA's archive from the period Shot in USA.HDCam to 35mm print.
Winner, Gold Hugo, Chicago International Television Awards, 2008.
Best Documentary Film, Vedere la Scienza Film Festival, Madrid, 2008.
Winner, Best Film, Arthur C. Clarke Awards, 2008.
Platinum Award, Worldfest, Houston, 2008
Best Documentary, AARP Movies for Grownups Awards February 2008 (date of award ceremony)
World Cinema Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival January 2007
Grand Prize Boulder International Film Festival February 2007
Winner Audience Award for Best International Feature, Florida Film Festival 2007
Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Indianapolis International Film Festival 2007
Best Documentary Award and award for Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking at Sedona International Film Festival, Arizona June 2007
Audience Award, Maui International Film Festival 2007
Hitler's Hidden Secret (Dox TV)
(60 mins, Nova/ZDF, Dir: Duncan Copp)
How close was Hitler to having his own atomic bomb? An expedition to raise a barrel of heavy water from 1500ft down in Lake Tinn, Norway.
Shot in Norway and UK on 16:9 DigiBeta
Horizon - Dimming the Sun (Dox TV)
(50 mins, BBC Science, Dir. Duncan Copp)
Increasing air travel leads to upper atmosphere pollution blocking the light from the sun. (2nd Unit) 16:9 DigiBetaEarthwatch Film Award 2007 Association of British Science Writers Award 2006 WildScreen Earth Sciences Award 2006
Extreme Archaeology - Parys Underground (Mentorn)
(60 min. Channel 4. Dir. Nick Powell)
Archaeologists join cavers to probe ancient Bronze Age workings under Anglesey. Shot in Wales.
16:9 DigiBeta + mini DV.
The international hunt for the elusive neutrino-a sub-atomic particle emanating from the sun. Shot in the USA, Canada, Japan and the UK.
The hunt for evidence of periodic reversals in the Earth's magentic field. Shot in Oregon and California.
Following four astronauts through their NASA training leading up to their Shuttle launch to the International Space Station. Shot in Houston, USA.
The story of an attempt to reintroduce, through selective breeding, the extinct, zebra-like Quaggar to the Karoo Nation al Park, South Africa. Shot in South Africa and the UK.
16:9 Beta Sp
Q.E.D. - Prisoners of the Forgotten Plague (BBC Science)
(30 mins, BBC/The Learning Channel, Dir: Emma Walker)
The story of encephalitis lethargica , a virus linked to the flu which killed a million people between 1914-28 and is feared may return.
Q.E.D. - A Hole in Fred's Head (BBC Science)
(40 mins, BBC, Dirs: Emma Walker; John Hayes-Fisher)
A Parkinsons Disease sufferer has a hole cut in his skull and is fully awake as a probe is inserted into his brain. The heating of a small spot in the centre of the brain dramatically and instantly reduces the characteristic shaking symptoms of the disease.
Awarded Best Medical Documentary of the Year (1997) by the British Medical Association plus the Gold Award for Educational Merit.