NOTE - There are two film editors called Hugh Williams working in London. Please don’t confuse our credits!

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FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

Fire in the Blood

TV DOCUMENTARY

24 Hours in A&E

Police Custody

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Pete Beard

The Garden/C4

'Confession of a Paedophile'

Part rig, part observational doc. following the work of the Child Protection Unit and the Major Crimes Unit on a day when two susupected paedophile cases passed through Luton Police Station

50 mins

Dylan Mohan Gray

Sparkwater/Dartmouth Films

The untold story of drug companies use of patents to maintain the high price of anti retro viral drugs and the coalition of interests that came together to fight it, saving millions of lives in the developing world.

See it on Al Jazeera English week of 31st Oct 14

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84 mins

Official Selection: Sundance 2013, Sheffield Doc/Fest, UK cinema

The Garden/C4

Rig based observational documentaries. 92 cameras, 7 streams, 24 hours of each from which to find the characters and stories to make an hour of C4's top rating show.

2 x 50 mins

FEATURE DRAMA

iLL Manors

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

Black Gold

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

The Do Gooders

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Ben Drew

Aimimage/Film London/Revolver/BBC Films

A unique crime thriller set on the unforgiving streets of London, iLL Manors follows six disparate lives, all struggling to survive the circles of violence that engulf them.

Cinema & DVD

Marc & Nick Francis

Speak-it/Sundance/Brit Docs

Western obsession with coffee grows while the third world producers struggle to earn a living and the middle men take ever more of the profits.

82 mins

Sundance/Britdoc/UK Film Council funded. UK, USA, Germany & Canada cinema release, DVD & TV Official Selection: Sundance, Hot Docs, London, Rome, Seattle, Melbourne, Rio de Janeiro, IDFA, ResFest & many others. BIFA Best Achievement in Production UK tx More4 True Stories

Chloe Ruthven

Roast Beef/Film Clinic

Chloe Ruthven follows in the footsteps of her grand parents who went to Palestine as volunteers 50 years ago. From gap year volunteers to international aid, what does helping mean today for the givers and the receivers? Who does it benefit?

75 mins

Official selection: London Film Festival. Supported by BBC Storyville

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

After The Apocalypse

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

The Undertaking

TV DOCUMENTARY

Al Jazeera:Exclusive

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Antony Butts

Tiger Lily/More4

People in the former Soviet nuclear test sites in Kazakhstan still live with consequences of 30 years of testing. Now, one local doctor has controversial plans to limit the spread of damaged genes down the generations.

65 mins

Official selection: Sheffield Doc/Fest 10, HotDocs ’11, UK cinema release Nominated Best Doc One World Media Awards UK tx More4 True Stories

Cathal Black

Little Bird/Irish Film Board/BBC/RTE

As an undertaker with over 30 years experience, the theme of death dominates the work of Thomas Lynch, yet his writing is rich in passion, humour and an undeniable logic. For him it is only through dealing with death that we can truly get on with the business of living.The Undertaking brings the audience on an engaging and inspiring journey into Thomas Lynch’s unique world.

70 min.

UK tx BBC Storyville, US title Learning Gravity,
Best Documentary - Irish Film & Television Awards - nomination
Silver World Medal - New York Festivals
Official Selection Teluride, SxSW, Stranger than Fiction

Ben Anthony

BBC/PBS

Observational documentary set inside Al Jazeera headquarters in Qatar during the Iraq War. Watched by millions of people in the Arab world, the first Arabic all-news network had continuous access to events. The Western-trained staff apply Western criteria of newsworthiness (”what bleeds, leads”), yet find themselves accused of radicalising public opinion and fomenting unrest.

60 min

Winner: Cine Golden Eagle Award

TV DRAMA

The Magician of Samarkand

FEATURE DRAMA

The Last Thakur

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Nick Willing

BBC

Children's drama with Sir Ben Kingsley - Jackanory re-imagined as an animated storybook. Shot green screen and edited with a team of compositors and 3D artists.

45 mins (3 x 15 mins)

BAFTA - nomination
Banff World Television Festival - winner
Televisual Bulldog Awards - winner

Sadik Ahmed

Aimimage/Artificial Eye

An intense contemporary Western, which takes place in a remote town in the marshlands of Bangladesh. A mysterious young man, Kala, arrives armed with a rifle. He immediately creates a stir in the small town and especially attracts the attention of two rival leaders: the ruthless and powerful Chairman who runs the place and purports to represent his people and the one man that stands in his way: the local Thakur, one of the last Hindu landlords.

75 mins

Official Selection: London Film Festival, Solthurn, Durban, Dubai, Munich

07710 275599

hugh@icutfilms.com

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NOTE - There are two film editors called Hugh Williams working in London. Please don’t confuse our credits! If in doubt check here.

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