Broadcast

Eye Witness Productions has produced broadcast films for the BBC and Channel 4. We have also been involved with international co-productions with production companies and broadcasters around the world and have won a string of national and international awards.

Here are a few of some of our most recent films:

The Guernica Children. BBC.

Described as ‘this outstanding documentary’ in The Times … the remarkable story of four thousand Basque refugee children who were evacuated to Britain in 1937 in the wake of the bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War. The film was re-cut into a feature-length version in 2007, went on theatrical release via the British Federation of Film Societies and won a Royal Television Society award in 2008. (more information on the story of Basque children at Basque Children of ’37 Association (UK)

The Guernica Children

(Clip duration 1.48 min)

New Middle Classes: BBC.

A controversial look at the state of the British Middle Classes in the company of journalist and writer Tim Lott.

The Airships. Channel 4.

The definitive history of The Airships in association with Australian-based Rob McAuley Productions.

 

Currently in development:

We have a number of TV projects in development. If you have a project which you think has broadcast potential then we would always be happy to discuss your project with you.

The Indian Hunter

The extraordinary story of veteran Brazilian Indigenist Sydney Possuelo and his life’s work with the last un-contacted Indian peoples of the Amazon. The project received a generous grant from the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association/Department for International Development (CBA/DFID) in 2008 and was also selected for the Sheffield Doc/Fest Engine Room Pitch workshop in Brighton in February 2011. The project is now seeking full funding.

To Die If Needs Be

(Clip duration 1.16 min)