Our most notable, award-winning feature documentaries and television series...
Way of the Warrior
This is not a weight loss show. Way of the Warrior is about the emotional journey contestants embark on as they transform their lives, their bodies and their minds. Way of the Warrior is a gripping competition reality format that empowers its contestants to rediscover their focus, drive and determination, and by embracing the warrior spirit within, become the best versions of themselves. We take 16 men/women (with no experience in fighting or martial arts) who have become overweight and unhealthy – couch-potatoes who have lost their way and are looking for a path back to mental and physical health – and through the transformative power of Martial Arts, turn them into formidable fighting machines. All Rights Reserved
The White Picket Fence Project trailer
The White Picket Fence Project is a coming of age documentary that follows the lives of two young men, striving for a brighter future. Valon, of Roma (“Gypsy”) descent, living in post-war Kosovo and Loyiso, a student living in Gugulethu, one of the townships in South Africa. Although they live worlds apart, Loyiso and Valon share the experience of growing up in countries that have endured turbulent racial and ethnic histories of conflict and oppression. They are connected by ambition, hope and a quest for an education that will open doors to opportunities that we all take for granted, despite the cards they were dealt. Filmed over 7 years, they document their own journey through video diaries, interviews and "slice of life" portrayals. Full of unexpected and inspiring moments, this is their story, in their own words, of their journey into manhood. Produced by: Tfor2 Films, Silverwood Films & Gathered Moss Productions
Breaking the Line on The Africa Channel
This documentary breaks new ground by telling the little known story of an interracial rugby match in South Africa that created a huge media storm in the turbulent year of 1976. Filmmaker Tamarin Kaplan takes viewers on a fascinating and emotional journey, exploring the early history of rugby's potential transition from purely a 'white' sport to a freely democratic one. http://www.theafricachannel.co.uk/breaking-the-line/