BANK OF DAVE

Series producer, director and camera. 


Convinced that he can do a better job than the high street banks, David Fishwick sings along to Phil Collins, eats a lot of bananas and gets on with starting a mini revolution in banking.The whole project received six award nominations, winning an RTS and BAFTA. 

 

NUMBER 73

Producer and director.

Originally transmitted as 'Fares Please' this 30 minute observational doc for the BBC plays out one of the last days of the Nunber 73 routemaster bus service in London. Nominated at the Prix Circom European TV competition 2000. FIND WORD

 

 

The Gap

 

Producer and director

 

My first documentary.  

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TJ and Yorkie 

 

Producer and director 

A documentary portrait of homelessness, nominated for an RTS award. "Ian Lilley's very sharp portrait of TJ & Yorkie……sees them trying to keep together in a unforgiving, autumnal city.” Independent 28/10/94. Commended at the ‘Prix Circom’ European TV competition 1995: “The programme is like a TV drama for two actors, but it’s real bad life. A stunning programme with excellent camera and a good use of music.”

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The Drinker

a study of recovery from alcohol addiction and double award winner.

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Step by Step (maybe not)

Producer / director, Step By Step (1995 for Carlton TV), winner of four awards; on the lives of two people with artificial limbs - "Ian Lilley's film……manages the rare feat of being compassionate and funny, not sentimental and manipulative." Time Out.

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Sex Guys and (?) arguable

Short paragraph

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My Childhood

Short paragraph

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GANL

Short paragraph

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(Touring Britain)

Short paragraph

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Para explains that this varies

From more steered programmes like Bank of Dave to the purer form like The Gap and fares Please 

OBSERVATIONAL DOCUMENTARY

© 2015 Ian Lilley