"We talk all day long about people’s motivations and behaviors, yet act like emotions have no place at work."
The incredible life story of the first female President of Latvia
How cool is Alan Alda at 83?
One of the most inspirational people we've come across
Business as usual indeed
Writer/Director Richie Mehta on Delhi Crime Story - a series we've developed with Golden Karavan and Ivanhoe Productions
Recommended to us by a real Psychotherapist
Poignant piece from new writer Jess Bacon
This is a film we made for local academy school KAA that is located at the base of Grenfell Tower and had to be temporarily rehoused.
“Ghost Town” - NME, Melody Maker & Sounds 1981 Single of the year - riots, inner city decay, deindustrialisation and a No 1 hit! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ2oXzrnti4
We've just recently hosted our first work experience through Arts Emergency, a fantastic organisation through which we mentor young emerging talent.
Really impressive miniature art by Japanese artist, Tatsuya Tanaka. In his calendar he creates one for every day! http://miniature-calendar.com/
It's a letter from John Steinbeck to his son - it is SO beautiful it kills me: https://www.penguin.co.uk/articles/find-your-next-read/extracts/2015/nov/27/read-john-steinbeck-s-letter-of-fatherly-advice-to-his-son/
This is a REALLY great short - very I, Daniel Blake! https://vimeo.com/45800557
We LOVE the work of multiple award winning composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer (National Treasure, Utopia): https://soundcloud.com/cristobal-tapia-de-veer
Aurelia Marine's photos - extraordinary humbleness and respect for beauty http://www.aureliamarine.com/photography/
Our 2016 Writer in Residence, Caroline Bartleet won the BAFTA for her amazingly moving short film, Operator https://vimeo.com/160795942
I’m never quite sure what makes a good short film. This odd little beauty doesn't make it a whole lot clearer, but I love it all the same: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDGnBlf9v50
Ray’s Male Heterosexual Dance Floor – is an American Oscar winning short film from 1987. Totally brilliant.