Highlights Of The Week
– PROJECTS –
The documentary series of a dog’s-eye view of life is produced by Brook Lapping Productions. You can watch the episode here.
Edited by Blueberry’s Ruth Horner for Spun Gold, When Phillip Met Prince Philip: 60 Years of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, aired on ITV also on Monday night. In this special, Phillip Schofield gets up close and personal access to HRH the Duke of Edinburgh during the 60th anniversary year of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards. You can watch it here.
A personal project of Blueberry editor Lisa Forrest, who cut it last year, 160 Characters is a short documentary that was in the official selection at BFI London Film Festival 2015 and it’s now available online. When a vintage Nokia is recharged, a compelling real life story is revealed. Shot entirely on an iPhone 6, 160 Characters uncovers the secrets and stories, buried in our mobiles both old and new.
– HQ NEWS –
This week we’ve been overwhelmed by festive love from many of our Talent who were extremely thoughtful to shower us with holiday treats. From Jason Bowes‘ Somerset chocolates to Lee Hilse‘s champagne, from Alex Weeks‘ Christmas cookies and Amazon vouchers to Matt Falck‘s delicious chocolates. We feel blessed and proud to work with such talented and lovely artists and we look forward to another year of happy collaborations!