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Land Rover and the Red Cross. A missed opportunity.

Peter

Years ago we made a series of photofilms for Médecins Sans Frontières in Eastern Congo.  We told the story of an MSF midwife, Sam, working in a remote maternal healthcare clinic.  Every day she was driving out in MSF ambulances on some of the worst roads in the world to pick up women in the…

Duckrabbit Spring 2018 Mini-Documentary Workshop

Peter

Come and make films with us this April!  The duckrabbit spring 2018 mini-documentary production workshop is taking place on the 12th and 13th April in central London.  We pour our years of experience in making short films for broadcast, charities and the non-profit sector into two inspiring and energising days. We’ll be covering pre-production, equipment,…

Duckrabbit autumn mini-documentary workshop

Peter

Summer’s on the way out but all is not lost…  The duckrabbit Autumn 2017 mini-documentary production workshop is taking place on the 2nd and 3rd November in central London.  We pour our years of experience in making short films for broadcast, charities and the non-profit sector into two inspiring and energising days. We’ll be covering…

London drizzle warming up. Must mean it’s time for the duckrabbit summer mini-documentary workshop.

Peter

The duckrabbit summer 2017 mini-documentary production workshop is taking place on the 13th and 14th July in central London.  We pour our years of experience making short films for broadcast, charities and the non-profit sector into two inspiring and energising days. We’ll be covering pre-production, equipment, interviewing, lighting, directing skills and much more in two intensive…

“Do you know what this is?”

Peter

Really happy to hear that this film which we made in Uganda with the International HIV/AIDS Alliance was the recipient of this year’s Golden Radiator Award.  Huge thanks to the Alliance, Gemma, Chris, Oli, Lynda and, of course, Daphine.

Come and learn to make mini-documentaries with us…

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Our two-day mini-documentary production workshop is back, on the 10th and 11th November, in central London.  Over two days, we’ll transport you to the heart of a film set.  We’ll give you the chance to watch and work alongside film-makers on a specially created set. From brief to wrap party we’ll take you through the…

The RIBs are awesome…

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Our latest film for the Born to Engineer campaign.  Big thanks to Lewis and the team at Island RIBs, the Lloyd’s Register Foundation and The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights. Wonder if they’ll let us have one of these to travel between London and Birmingham on the Grand Union canal?

Payback

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On 9/11 Adam Deen drove the streets of north London, celebrating al-Qaeda’s blow against the West. This story of radicalisation and extremism in the UK’s capital city is our latest film, directed and produced for Extreme Dialogue.

One-day duckrabbit mini-documentary workshop London 8th December

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“I really loved the course! It’s really helped me to get clearer about how I want to develop some important areas of my work.“ Jonathan Perugia, Photographer A mini-documentary is the perfect way to get your story heard by an audience that is ever short on time. The demand for films that are short in length…

End of an era – December will be our final photofilm workshop…

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If you’ve been considering attending our three-day digital storytelling course this winter, don’t delay signing up: December will be the final time that we run this much-loved course. “I left the duckrabbit course full of enthusiasm and confidence. It must have worked because only my second attempt at gathering material for a photofilm made the…