Congratulations to director MJ Delaney whose short Dream Land, with Cinematography by Patrick Meller, won the BAFTA for Best Short Form Programme on Sunday night.

Scripted by Sharon Horgan and starring Morgana Robinson, Sheridan Smith and Frances Barber, Dream Land was shot location in Margate and aired on Sky as part of their Summer Shorts series.

Morgana Robinson’s Dream Land… VIEW the short HERE.

Other drama shot by Patrick includes feature film Boyz In The Wood directed by Ninian Doff, Beast, a short directed by Leonora Lonsdale and starring Billie Piper, and short film Boat directed by Louise Stern and about to hit the festival circuit .









Cinematographer Hubert Taczanowski shot director Hugo Blick’s follow up to The Honourable Woman, provisionally entitled Black Earth Rising starring John Goodman and BAFTA-winner Michaela Coel, last year… first images now released.

Playing out across the UK, Europe, Africa and the USA, Black Earth Rising explores issues of justice, guilt and self-determination. The story centres on Kate Ashby (Coel) who was rescued as a young child during the Rwandan genocide and adopted by Eve Ashby (Walter), a world class British prosecutor in international criminal law. Kate was raised in Britain and, now in her late twenties, she works as a legal investigator in the law chambers of Michael Ennis (Goodman). When Eve takes on a case at the International Criminal Court, prosecuting an African militia leader, the story detonates, pulling Michael and Kate into a journey that will upend their lives forever.

Filmed in 2017 Black Earth Rising is a co-production between BBC2 and Netflix.








Hubert is currently filming a drama for the BBC on location in Ireland with director Richard Laxton.


The Split, shot by Dale McCready NZCS, airs on BBC1 to rave reviews – TRAILER.

Directed by Jessica Hobbs The Split is a 6 parter created & scripted by Emmy Award winning Abi Morgan. It stars Nicola Walker, Deborah Findlay, Meera Syal, Tanya Franks, Stephen Mangan, Barry Atsma and Chanel Cresswell with a narrative that focuses on family law and is an exploration of modern marriage and the legacy of divorce seen through the lens of the Defoes – a family of female lawyers at the heart of London’s emotionally-charged divorce circuit.

The Split garnered a 5 star review from The Guardian… “Nicola Walker stars in this gorgeously slick, witty and thoroughly grown-up tale of high-end divorce lawyers…” and continues on BBC1…













Dale is currently on location in Canada shooting Season 2 of Tin Star, starring Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks.


Young Fathers have premiered their latest music video – Toy.

Featuring Production Design by Lucie Red and Hair and Make Up by Dorita Nissen, the Salomon Ligthelm-directed film centres on vignettes of children as world dictators.

Inspired by the notion of North Korean Supreme leader Kim Jong Un as an infant and the eponymous song from Young Father’s latest album Cocoa Sugar, it was produced by Stink.












Documentary One Strange Rock narrated by Will Smith is now available to view on National Geographic.

Cinematographer Duncan Telford contributed towards 3 episodes, territorially focusing on Morocco, Brazil and Peru.

From the award-winning team of filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) and producer Jane Root (America the Story of Us), this 10-part cinematic event series explores the fragility and wonder of planet Earth.

Host Will Smith guides viewers on an unprecedented exploration, bolstered by an elite group of eight astronauts who provide unique perspectives and relate personal memoirs of the planet seen from a distance.

Each episode delves into monumental events such as genesis, cosmic violence, human intelligence and alien life, oxygen, and survival vs. destruction.