Our first fund-raising film for the new centre for children and young people. A joint venture by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience.
A short film to introduce the Forensic Psychology division of the University of Kent (CORE-FP) following the ESRC impact award for the work of Professor Theresa Gannon and her team. Filmed on location at the University of Kent campus, NHS and HM Prison Swaleside on the Isle of Sheppey. A […]
This film demonstrates how AHRC-funded research underpinned a major exhibition exploring a golden age in China’s history. Click on the thumbnail on the left to see a short version of the film. The exhibition explores the years 1400 – 1450, a pivotal 50 year period that transformed China during the […]
This short of the Lutz Pathfinder autonomous vehicle was versioned for social media platforms. We spent all day with the world’s media outside Milton Keynes Central Station to get our slot but it was well worth it. Unlike other systems, the Pathfinder is not dependent on GPS but instead uses a […]
See how it all began for Boaty McBoatface with this quick tour of the Cammell Laird shipyard in Liverpool where the Natural Enviroment Research Council’s new research ship is coming along nicely…
In this film ESRC researcher Rachel Aldred explains how her work at the University of Westminster helped Transport for London to expand Cycle SuperHighways across London. Her research on near misses has also helped to inform the infrastructure design to make cycling even safer and encourage more commuters onto their bikes. There is […]
This film was part of a series to help prostate cancer patients understand the process of the STAMPEDE cancer trials. The films were commissioned by the Medical Research Council’s Clinical Trails Unit which is now part of the Universirty of London (UCL.) STAMPEDE is a mult-arm trial which helps speed up […]
This short was made for the Radio Academy to celebrate 10 years of National Prison Radio. The film is presented by the BBC’s Paddy O’Connell who hosted this year’s festival at the British Library. We spent the day at Brixton Prison talking to the prisoners who make the programmes and listen […]