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Multiple award-winning, widely-experienced programme maker whose credits range from internationally funded historical drama-documentary projects such as Russian Revolution in Colour and political series like The Day Britain Died, to popular factual projects and observational documentaries like the highly acclaimed and mischievous Bank of Dave series.
Starting out at the BBC as a cameraman and then an editor in current affairs and features, Ian quickly moved to directing and producing and has been freelance for over 20 years. He’s now a confident director, producer and self-shooter that really loves telling stories, creating and over-seeing single programmes and series, managing large teams and meeting tight deadlines with bags of enthusiasm.
Nominated for BAFTA 2013 (Bank of Dave)
Nominated for Bulldog Award 2013 (Bank of Dave)
Nominated for Broadcast Award 2013 (Bank of Dave)
Nominated for BAFTA Scotland Award 2012 (Bank of Dave)
Nominated for BAFTA Scotland Best Factual Ent. Awards 2009 (Shrink Rap: Billy Connolly).
Nominated for Celtic Media Festival best Factual Doc Award 2008 (QE2: The Last Great Liner)
Nominated for BAFTA Scotland Best Factual Ent. Awards 2007 (Shrink Rap: Sharon Osbourne)
Short-listed for Best Historical Documentary at Grierson Awards 2005 (Russian Revolution)
Honourable mention, Film council of Greater Columbus Awards 2005 (Russian Revolution)
Nominated at the Prix Circom European TV competition 2000 (Fares Please)
Silver award at the 40th Annual Cindy Competition 1999 (Trees for Life)
Commendation at the Prix Circom European TV competition 1995 (TJ and Yorkie)
Nominated Best News and Current Affairs Programme, BEM Awards1991 (Second Thought)
My Childhood: John Leslie
Winner Best Factual Programme, BAFTA Scotland 2006. Series Producer and director of this 7 x 60’ with Endemol for BBC3 in which John Leslie, Kym Marsh, Anthony Warrell-Thompson, Nigel Benn, Sue Perkins, Janet Street-Porter and Stan Collymore all face a psychiatrist and the events of their childhood.
“a sensational TV show” Sun.
“…absolutely fascinating to watch” Guardian.
“Great TV” Independent.
Multiple award-winning, widely-experienced television programme maker confident at creating, producing, directing and shooting new and established formats, managing large teams and meeting tight deadlines with a strong editorial instinct and bags of enthusiasm.
Credits range from internationally-funded historical drama documentaries such as Russian Revolution and politically challenging series like the Day Britain Died, to popular factual projects like Get a New Life and the highly mischievous Bank of Dave series.
Trained at the BBC as a cameraman, editor, AP and producer in current affairs and features, Ian has been a freelance producer and director since 1991 for every major UK Broadcaster, shooting throughout the USA and Europe, the Caribbean, the Atlantic, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, India, Russia and Morocco.
Bank of Dave
Winner RTS Nations and Regions Award 2013. Series Producer / director / camera for this quirky observational documentary series in which a minibus millionaire takes on the failing banks by trying to open his own. Bank of Dave – 2 x 60 with Finestripe for C4 at 9pm and 3 x 60 for international sales.
“…a perfect TV storm” Times,
“…the brilliant Bank of Dave” Telegraph
“…very enjoyable to watch, brilliantly edited and …about as topical as a documentary can get.” Radio Times,
Bank of Dave: Fighting the Fat Cats
Winner: BAFTA Scotland Awards 2013 - Best Features and Factual Entertainment.
Producer, director and camera for this one hour sequel to the original Bank of Dave series, with Finestripe for C4 (first transmitted Feb 2013).
“…like a Frank Capra movie with Burnley accents” Independent.
“…brilliantly entertaining..” Radio Times.
“…a highly enjoyable tale of a crusader for our times.” Herald.
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Hannah is a documentary director known for thoughtful, beautifully shot, authored documentaries. From the boarding school boys, now men, of her Grierson-shortlisted BBC 'A Very English Education' (2014), to the upper class couples of Grierson-nominated BBC 'High Society Brides' (2011), to Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and the cockney kids now adults that sung on his famous record, of BBC 'The Brick In The Wall Kids', a film shortlisted for BAFTA (2008), Hannah has specialised in telling of peculiarly British past-tense idiosyncratic stories with a twist. Things never turn out quite how you imagine, and tell you about much more than you imagine.
She works with the best DoPs, but has also self-shot many of her films, such as the observational BBC2 'Meet Britain's Chinese Tiger Mums' (2012), and Channel Four Cutting Edge 'Bus Pass Workaholics' (2007), and shoots on Canon C300.