LEONORA CARRINGTON : The Lost Surrealist
A co-production with ERICA STARLING, this startling beautiful film tells the extraordinary story of Leonora Carrington, painter, writer, partner to Max Ernst and colleague of the surrealists in Paris, who ends up virtually forgotten in Mexico. An intoxicating piece of filmmaking by Teresa Griffiths.
OINK – Life in Eight Chapters
Angus Macqueen’s darkly comic exploration of the sentimental and violent relationship between man and pig: Margaret Atwood and Animal Farm weave into China’s obsession with the pig and hog hunting from helicopters, along with xeno-transplantation into a baboon and the end of antibiotics, to make a well spiced dish. All presented by Dorothy, our very own pig.
Both films are premiering on the 13th of June – https://sheffdocfest.com/films
The prestigious BIOGRAFILM Festival in beautiful Bologna is screening six of Angus’s recent films this year, 9th-16th June:
Last Peasants, Cocaine, Ingrid Betancourt – Six Years in the Jungle, The Legend of Shorty, The End of Eden and his newest film OINK.
to find out more go to https://biografilm.fanaticabout.net/
RTS AWARD 2017 SCIENCE AND NATURAL HISTORY
Congratulations to Guillermo Galdos and Alexander Houghton at Pacha Films and to the whole team.
Thanks to our broadcaster, Channel 4.
Available on Netflix outside the UK
Thursday, 30th March
A Ronachan Films production for Al Jazeera English
For the first time, cameras go inside a police station run by and for women, revealing a unique perspective on what’s really going on in Indian society.
Producer & Director: Ruhi Hamid
Executive Producer: Christopher Mitchell
Editor: Charlie Hawryliw
Wednesday, 1st March
An Erica Starling Production for Channel 4 Dispatches
Executive Producer : SAM COLLYNS
Thousands of people with autism and severe learning disabilities are still locked up despite Government promises.
Yet more congratulations to Ed and the team…..
for the prestigious Dupont-Columbia University Journalism Awards
ITV Current Affairs
A Ronachan Films production for ITV
In the 30 years after the Second World War, half a million women had a child adopted – most were babies born to unmarried mothers.
This documentary special in the Exposure strand reveals the stories of some of the many thousands of women pressured by Church and State into giving up their babies for adoption.
Decades later, women are breaking the silence to tell the truth about this injustice.
Produced and directed by Alice Perman
Executive produced by Sam Collyns
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