STEP BY STEP

Camera - Simon Banks

Editor - Joby Gee

 

Producer and director

1 x 30" documentary for Carlton Television's "...consistantly good London-based documentary strand." Time Out

When Sophia Mason was 17, she caught Meningococcal Meningitis. Within days she had both legs and several fingers and a thumb ampuated. Now, two years later she wants to ski on specially made artificial legs. 

Ray Edwards had both his arms and legs ampuated eight tyears ago, after cutting his finger and contracting septicaemia. He just wants to continue to enjoy work and swim with his new family.

"Ian Lilley's film……manages the rare feat of being compassionate and funny, not sentimental and manipulative." Time Out. 

Step by Step

Producer and director

1 x 30' for the Everyday Lives strand, with Carlton's Community Programmes unit.

 

WINNER OF FOUR AWARDS

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