A huge congratulation to all of the nominees for The Grierson Awards 2016, best of luck to you all.
We’ve our fingers crossed for all of the below posted at The Farm Group:
The Secret World of Lego - Nominated for Best Entertaining Documentary
Director: Christian Trumble
Producer: Jemma Gander
Executive Producer: David Cumming
Editor: Reva Childs
Production Co: Waddell Media
First shown: 14 June 2015; Channel 4
Last year Lego became the most profitable toy makers in the world. Now this notoriously secretive, privately-owned superbrand has opened its doors. We discover what makes it tick, meet some of its key people and reveal more about the company DNA than ever before.
Colin Peters graded the doc using Digital Vision’s Nucoda whilst Damon Tai completed the online in Avid Symphony. Laurence Gale mixed the audio using Pro Tools 12. Post produced by Chris Chalmers.
The Tribe - Nominated for Best Documentary Series & Nominated for Best Entertaining Documentary for Episode 2
Directors: Paddy Wivell, Livia Simoka, Vicky Mitchell
Producers: Livia Simoka, Vicky Mitchell
Executive Producer: Harry Lansdown
Editors: James Gold, Sam Santana, Chris Nichols, Simon McMahon
Production Co: Renegade Pictures
First shown: 11 June 2015; Channel 4
The Channel 4 rig has moved to Ethiopia to capture family life in a tribal village. It’s a stressful time for elders Ayke Muko and Kerri Bodo as their son is due to get married. As for any young Hamar girl, for bride-to-be Dami, getting married is a traumatic event. Similar in age to Dami is rebellious teenager Hacho, who is clutching onto the last straws of freedom. As the girl’s worlds collide its Kerri Bodo’s wisdom that brings them together as a family.
Sonny Sheridan graded the doc using Digital Vision’s Nucoda whilst Tam Osman completed the online in Avid Symphony. Nicky Fry mixed the audio using Pro Tools 12. Post produced by Chelsea Chandler.
Louis Theroux: Drinking to Oblivion - Nominated for Best Documentary Presenter
Director: Tom Barrow
Series Producer: Jamie Pickup
Production Co: BBC Studios
First shown: 24 April 2016; BBC Two
On his return to Britain, Louis Theroux spends time at King’s College Hospital where he immerses himself in the lives of patients in the grips of alcohol addiction and the medical staff trying to make them better. The patients Louis meets are drinking to the point of self-destruction, and the relationship he forms with them provides new insight into the emotional, psychological and social causes of alcoholism, and the physical toll of extreme alcohol abuse.
Nicky Fry mixed the audio using Pro Tools 12. Post produced by Lauren Ellis-Jones.
From all of us here at The Farm… Congrats!