In 2013 we made the short feature film Mouth of Hell about child labour. It features Anant, who is growing up in a coal mining district in Jharia, India, surrounded by fumes and fires that create hell for residents and is a total ecological disaster. The film has raised awareness of Jharia and also won prestigious awards, including the BAFTA UK Nominated FILM 2017 and the prestigious Drama Greece Award 2016.
Our documentary, The Fog of Srebrenica (2015), about the worst atrocity in European history since WWII has been screened on the BBC as well as winning a multitude of European and American awards. Chief among them was the 2015 Special Jury Award at the International Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam. Since then the film has been shown in film festivals around the world and cinemas throughout the UK.
In 2018 we completed a documentary about Syrian Refugees Through Our Eyes. This is a heartbreaking film about war and humanity, filmed over five years and told from the personal point of view of the director Samir Mehanovic, who came to Scotland as a refugee from the Bosnian war in 1995. The film will be premiered in London at the Curzon DocHouse on 10 April 2018, and is then being screened in cinemas around the UK.
We currently have several films in development and are looking for partners.
Our priority is the documentary Spank the Banker, the film that gives a voice to the small business owners whose lives were ruined by banking scams.