Blue Spill jumps in with director Ceri Isfryn and Voltage TV for Amazon’s three-part docuseries centered around British journalist Mazher Mamood’s generated headlines by his use of false identities.
Out to set the record straight, ‘Milli Vanilli’ gives us the untold truth of what really happened to the iconic pop duo in what is considered the greatest con in pop music history. The documentary follows the spectacular rise and fall of the 80’s band from the perspective of those involved.
Blue Spill puts on their detective hats and jumps back to 2000, amidst the turbulent and complex investigation of the British tourist Lucie Blackman. In Netflix’s newest feature documentary; Missing: The Lucie Blackman case, we follow the perspectives of unprecedented interviews with the Japanese detectives who led the case, to bring justice against Lucie’s perpetrator.
Blue Spill were beyond thrilled to work for the second time with director Carl Hindmarch to tell the dramatic and very recent story of the European Super League where, in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, owners and executives of the 12 most powerful clubs in world football attempted to join forces in a brazen power grab which broke away from centuries of sporting tradition to launch a brand new competition that would secure their club’s futures for decades to come.
Blue Spill returns to work with Emmy Award-winning director, Angus McQueen (Ronachan Films) on ‘Maradona: The Fall’ our second collaboration on this subject! The film explores the story behind Diego Maradona and how he was thrown out of the USA FIFA World Cup after failing a post-match drugs test, exploring the build-up and aftermath of one of the most notorious moments in sport with interviews from the characters at the centre of the drama.
Blue Spill were more than happy to jump aboard the search on this Peacock docuseries ‘Rainn Wilson and the Geography of Bliss’, hosted by ‘The Office’ star Rainn Wilson.
Blue Spill Designs for Mindhouse feature Doc on KSI
Blue Spill designs for the Netflix Tennis documentary series; Break Point.
Blue Spill designs the title sequence and graphic identity for the Netflix film Ghislaine Maxwell : Filthy Ritch
Blue Spill returns to deliver new graphic look for the follow up to Netflix’s Take your Pills; Take your Pills: Xanax.