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Boz Temple-Morris has recently won the APA award for Best Drama Producer of the year. He has gleefully broken off chunks of the Award for all our brilliant collaborators throughout the last year.
In post production now we have Billie Homeless Dies at the End by Tom Kelly. An uncompromising evocation of the city in all its beauty and brutality. Features Nabil Elouahabi, Don Warrington, Zaydun Khalaf, Becky Wright, Gordon Peaston, Phil Wright and a powerful and gutsy central performance from young actor, Georgia Scholes.
Recording next is Saving the Blue by Steve Waters. A true account of one man’s attempt to halt the gradual extinction of the Large Blue butterfly. With nothing but his notebooks and Test Match Special for company Professor Jeremy Thomas spent years investigating the reasons for its decline and how to reverse it. We shall we heading to Dartmoor this summer to marvel at this most elusive and iconic creature.
Right now we are spending a great deal of time in Lebanon in production for Hay el Matar, a 150 episode Arabic language radio drama that is broadcast inside Syria (and available online everywhere). We are working as consultants to the producers BBC Media Action and Battoota Films; forming the team, setting up production and giving ongoing advice in all departments. The drama is set in a fictional suburb of Damascus and plays out the lived experience of the people who are living there today. An extraordinary project.
Here’s the website and the soundcloud:
We are now in pre-production for a series of new dramas that will form a new Podcast to be launched late in 2017. More news anon but if you would like to become involved in any way then please get in touch. We want to make a new and various collaborations
for this one.