Satusfaction would like to congratulate Graham Taylor on his BAFTA Nomination in the category for ‘Television / Current Affairs 2016’ for his work on ‘Children of the Gaza War’. We’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for Graham when the winners are announced!
For full list of nominees – follow this – Link –
The nominations for the Bafta Television Craft Awards have now been announced, and we are very proud to see Dominic Lester up for the Editing / Factual award for his work on Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough. We at Satusfaction would like to congratulate Dom for his achievement in being nominated for this prestigious award, and wish him the very best of luck when the winners are announced!!
For further info please see the following – Link-
Congratulations to Satusfaction’s Charlie Hawryliw who edited ‘Reggie Yates’ Extreme Russia’ Sundog Pictures for BBC Three. This has been nominated in the Documentary Series category.
Winners will be announced on 22nd March!
Satusfaction’s Franco Bogino recently finished editing “Professor Green: Hidden & Homeless”
Professor Green sets out to discover the modern face of homelessness, changing our perceptions of who the homeless are and the harsh reality of their lives. From the shocking streets of Manchester, where rough sleeping has doubled in the last year, to meeting those trapped in the same cycle of temporary hostel life and sofa surfing, he uncovers a generation of people without access to normal society or to their futures.
Available for the coming month on the iPlayer website – Link –
Don’t miss Walking Through Time (Sat 6th Feb at 8pm) edited by our very own Huggy (aka Richard Lace)
Britain used to be linked to Europe by a massive chalk land bridge, which was destroyed by a catastrophic flood 450,000 years ago. Dr Tori Herridge examines this once-in-a-million-years mega flood.
Congratulations to ITV’s The Chase & Channel 4s Gogglebox for their 2016 NTA wins!!
Congratulations to The Chase who won this years’ NTA for ‘Best Daytime Show’ and to Gogglebox which won the NTA for ‘Best Factual Entertainment’.
Well done to our Andrew Watters (see picture below) who worked on both the Chase and Gogglebox, and Ben Burgess who was an editor on Gogglebox. Well done everyone!
An exciting new series of documentaries exploring life online – One Click Away – will be showing from 26th Jan on BBC Three – featuring the talents of our editors Jen Hampson & Franco Bogino.
- Murder Games: The Life and Death of Breck Bednar
- Troll Hunters
- The Virtual Reality Virgin
- The Supergamers
- Webcam Boys
- Rise of the Superstar Vloggers
– Link to Trailer –
Jen Hampson – editor on “Murder Games: The Life And Death of Breck Bednar”
A teenage boy is targeted by an online predator after befriending him while gaming. Murder Games tells the true story of Breck Bednar, a 14-year-old schoolboy who was lured to his death after being groomed online by Lewis Daynes.
Broadcast – 26th Jan – BBC 3 – 21:00 / 00:45 / 03:00
Franco Bogino – editor on “Troll Hunters”
High-profile beauty vlogger Em Ford was a victim of online abuse and fought back. Now she targets the alarming rise of online abuse in Britain by trying to track down the trolls responsible. With the help of technology journalist David McClelland, Em investigates this very modern menace. She is on a mission to put a face to these anonymous bullies and to confront them with their victims.
Broadcast – 27th Jan – BBC 3 – 21:00 / 01:30 / 03:00
Also available on iPlayer shortly after broadcast – don’t miss them!
We are pleased to announce that Flyspy – a short film Directed by Dan Smith and edited by Brian Hovmand is now finished!
FlySpy is a short-thriller about a young, genius deviant called Greg, who has made a wirelessly controlled drone in the form of a fly with a camera in its head.
Everything the fly can see Greg can see. He is deeply obsessed with his ex-girlfriend Haley so he spends his time secretly watching her through the eyes of his tiny robotic partner in crime. But when Greg witnesses Haley’s violent new boyfriend, JOHN, abusing her, it very quickly becomes clear that for Greg, simply watching, is not enough.
Watch the trailer here.
FlySpy will be screening at the BAFTA-qualifying London Short Film Festival on January 15th 2016.
Get Tickets here.
Satusfaction are proud to announce a couple of really exciting documentary film releases featuring the skills of our very own Graham Taylor – ‘Death Of A Gentleman’ and ‘Chemsex’
Death Of A Gentleman
Documents the story of two cricket fans who became journalists – from opposite ends of the social and geographic scale, but united by their love of Test cricket, joining forces to help save it. They embark on a journey across the cricketing empire to find the answer to the question ‘Who really cares about Test cricket?’ They talk to the players, ex-players, broadcasters, journalists, administrators and fans. They venture, often uninvited, into boardrooms, offices, hotel rooms and even the home of cricket itself, Lord’s, looking for answers as to who is responsible, and what are they doing to save their game. It’s a modern morality tale about a future where sport and money collide. Showing in selected cinemas now.
View the trailer at:LINK
Traversing a dark underworld of intravenous drug use and weekend-long sex parties, ‘Chemsex’ tells the story of a group of men battling with HIV, drug addiction and finding acceptance in a changing world — and one health worker who has made it his mission to save them. The film, directed by Vice’s Will Fairman and Max Gogarty, explores the lives and fortunes of a group of men actively taking part in the chemsex lifestyle, and those who have come out the other end and survived. With unprecedented access to chemsex parties and the U.K. health service’s only chemsex support clinic, the film seeks to understand the complex issues at the heart of the story, exploring notions such as internalized shame, cycles of self-destruction and redemption. Released Dec 2015
View the trailer at: LINK
See link for trailer (edited by our very own Smurf- Ian Smith)
‘God’s Acre’ is the directorial debut of our lovely editor J.P. Davidson. It’s set in the bleakest realms of London’s suburbs. Matthew Jure gives an incredibly powerful performance as Malcolm, a failed property developer dealing with his inner demons. Driven to bankruptcy due to the recession, Malcolm loses everything and falls into deep debt. With his only possession being a house that’s rotting around him, Malcolm must renovate and sell in order to repay his creditors and escape the spiraling danger which their lack of patience precipitates. It won’t be that easy though; the home haunts Malcolm’s mind and drives him further into an alcohol-driven loneliness. There’s something sinister in the very foundations, and Malcolm must see this through to the bitter end…