James edited this Dalai Lama Educational film series “Happiness”
NEW YORK TIMES – RAQQA, SYRIA
A short documentary for the New York Times Opinion. Over 1.600 civilians died in coalition airstrikes on Raqqa, Syria. Why are the U.S. and its allies reporting only 180?
Client: New York Times
This film was made to promote the internship scheme at Sussex University. Filmed in China and UK and with multiple interviews, Mark worked closely with the client to tell the story of three students who’d had a very positive experience on the internship.
Produced by Ken Loach this is a short promotional documentary about Bath City FC, it’s history and it’s future as a fan owned football club.
A short docu-drama for homeless charity Centrepoint based on a true story of a young woman running away from home and ending up living on the streets.
A short editorial piece with animations talking to designer Tom Dixon about on how New York has influenced him. Created for CNN Style.
A tale of one North Korean’s struggle to leave behind the homeland, Joong-wha Choi, a former soldier in the DPRK, lives today with his wife and kids in a sleepy London suburb. Despite enjoying the new found comforts of his British life, and being emancipated from the pressures of the North Korean state, his dilemma lies in a desire to return to the land that betrayed him, but is undoubtedly his true home. The film tracks his reflections on both why he left North Korea and the state of his day to day life over the course of several months, in what is ultimately a portrait of loss, longing, and the complexities of healing from trauma.
Players from Everton, Southampton, Hull City and Torina discuss their highs, their lows, what motivates them, their best moments and how it is to wear The Shirt.