A series of short films for the BBC comparing the lives of children from different cities in the UK to the lives of 7 children in non-European countries, including Papua New Guinea, Japan and Iqaluit CA. Each film gives a fun and revealing insight into the cultural and social similarities and differences between these children’s lives.

Mosaic Films, 2016

Signalong Indonesia

The island of Java in Indonesia has introduced the use of sign supported learning for children with learning difficulties as part of a drive towards inclusive education. These films explore how it is being used and how to measure its impact.

Angel Eye Media/Open University

Guangzhou: Growth

Documentary exploring the economics and debt underlying and threatening China’s rapid growth.

Angel Eye Media/Open University

Volubilis

Arts films exploring the history and significance of the Roman city of Volubilis, situatied on the southern border of the empire in Northern Morocco.

Clear Focus/Open University

Philae Lander

Arts films exploring the history and significance of the Roman city of Volubilis, situatied on the southern border of the empire in Northern Morocco.

Angel Eye Media/Open University

Sharing a Dynamic Planet

A series of eight films exploring environmental issues with global significance through case studies in Senegal: Landgrab; The fishing crisis; Water; Agribusiness and sustainable farming; Rising sea levels; Community activism.

Watch The Water Forest here.

Angel Eye Media/Open University

(Winner, UN Environmental Film Award)

Worlds of English

Looking at how English is used around the world, filming in Bangalore, India. Call centres; family life; secondary schools; newspapers; academia and big business. Exploring the politics, culture and history of language.

Evans Woolfe/BBC/Open University

Bangladesh: Who will pay?

Climate change means that already life is becoming impossible for millions of Bangladeshis struggling to survive in a landscape that is changing beyond recognition. How can they adapt?

Angel Eye Media/Open University

(Prize winner, World Bank Film Competition)

PfEG: Your Money

Interactive drama for primary age children exploring the choices we make with money and their consequences.

EdComs

Migrants and Borders

The stories of migrant workers inside fortress Europe and the physical and virtual surveillance systems developing to police and monitor them. Filming with documented and undocumented migrants in the UK and the south of Spain. 

Angel Eye Media/Open University

Medium Title

Water; Fairtrade; Child Labour. Three films about young people’s lives in India, Pakistan and Kenya.

Evans Woolfe/TTV

(Finalist, One World Media Awards)

Rosa Rogers

@rosarogersfilm

rosa.rogers@btopenworld.com

+44 7957 324 064

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