Meet Handcrafted Films – WASTE & ENERGY

Handcrafted Films is an independent UK based production company focusing on communicating complex contemporary issues into concise and accessible formats.

Director: Paul Redman
An established documentary filmmaker, Paul Redman has documented some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time. His work has involved investigating and documenting using covert and open filming techniques in some of the most remote parts of the world. Since 2001, working with the Environmental Investigation Agency, he has trained hundreds of environmental activists to use visual media to campaign for change, developing a network of groups in Indonesia, India and Tanzania. His work is award winning and has been used in news features and for programming on BBC, Sky, CNN, amongst other major distributors.

Producer: Tim Lewis
Tim Lewis has been working as a producer, sound recordist and editor in the documentary field for the past five years, producing films for a wide range of international charities and government agencies. His work has taken him to many difficult and challenging locations, whether filming semi nomadic tribal communities in the rainforests of Borneo, refugees in safe houses on the Thai-Burma border or following civil rights campaigners through war torn Liberia and the Congo.


About projectgreen2011

NOMAD Films is an independent film label working to further expose low-budget, innovative film and video projects to the masses. Via The NOMAD Project screenings and related events, partnerships with like-minded organizations and individuals, and The NOMAD Archive – the label’s library of films – NOMAD Films promotes a range of content while at the same time working to create additional opportunities for film and video project development and production. The mission of NOMAD Films is to increase overall exposure of and create production and distribution opportunities for underground and/or low-budget film and video projects.

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