Channel: BBC 3 – Worldwide
Credits: Written & Presented by Andrew Gold / Directed by David Hayes
Journalist Andrew Gold visits an internationally renowned exorcist in Buenos Aires, who claims to cure the sick of their demons and battle against evil. As well as running the world’s first ‘school for exorcists’, Padre Manuel Acuña often appears alongside models and celebrities on Argentinian TV and radio. He has fostered a huge following in the poor suburbs of Buenos Aires, where he uses controversial techniques in an apparent attempt to heal the sick, with seemingly great success.
Featured in the Sunday Times Pick of the Week, and the BBC3 Best Programmes of 2018.
Director: Jonathan Schey
Production: Alcove Entertainment & Villager
Toby Jones stars in this dark Jewish comedy following the life of Paul as he finds himself performing at a young girl’s Bat Mitzvah, a far cry from his previous life as a 90s TV star.
The Entertainer was produced in association with Alcove Entertainment in Spring 2016, and premiered at the Palm Springs Short Fest in June 2017. General release TBC.
This short doc follows individuals across the world doing their utmost to save our coral reefs in the face of overwhelming adversity. Scientists believe 90% of our coral reefs die by the year 2050. Cooper, working alongside our friends at Curious Directive travelled out to Indonesia at the beginning of 2017 to document this and capture beautiful 360º footage for Curious Detective’s latest theatre production “Frogman”.
This short but spectacular documentary film follows Jack Lowe, the artistic director of theatre company Curious Directive, meeting Anna Bågenholm; the real life inspiration for the Award Winning play Your Last Breath. After a skiing accident in 1999, Anna became trapped under a frozen lake. Her heart stopped for 80 minutes, but against all odds she survived. Hear her discuss the accident in her own words, and how life felt after this second chance.
Villager co-founder and director Cooper followed Stornoway as they approached their (emotional) final farewell gig at Shepherd’s Bush Empire.