We were very pleased to attend the 2017 TV BAFTAs and celebrate with the team in taking home a BAFTA (Single Documentary) for Daniel Gordon’s film on the Hillsborough disaster. It had previously won a Craft BAFTA for Editing:Factual and had also been nominated for Craft BAFTA Best Directing and also an Emmy.
We delivered over 50 graphics + visual effects for the film, and attended the event with director Dan Gordon, editor Andy Worboys, producer John Battsek, DP Nick Bennett, Composer Tim Atack and the incredible Phil Scraton.
Having worked with Dan previously (Victoria Pendleton, 9.79*, I Scored A Goal), we came on board during the later stages of the London based edit to provide an array of graphics and visual effects. Working with a mixture of still photography, archive footage and green screen re-constructions; we established a visual style for the film, consistent with the powerful nature of the story.
With a team of four, led by Allison and Anthony, assisted by Joe Nowacki and Craig Reeves, we were able to deliver fifty shots within a few weeks. It’s an incredibly powerful film which we are very honoured to have been able to contribute to, and are so pleased that it has been awarded two BAFTAs. It was a very emotional win, and it was wonderful to celebrate with the team.