We are excited to share our brand new showreel for 2023 edited by multi-award winning filmmaker, Daisy Asquith.
The showreel features clips from the past five (or so) years that demonstrate the creativity, originality and diversity of independent documentary in the UK.
We would like to thank our featured filmmakers and everyone who sent footage and contributed to making it happen, especially Daisy who never fails to entertain and excite us. Thank you also to Leo Thomson (Made By Mungo) for the graphics.
We hope you love it as much as we do!
Daisy Asquith is a documentary filmmaker with 25 director credits for BBC, Channel 4, Irish Film Board and the BFI over the last two decades. She has won and been nominated for a number of awards, including a Grierson, RTS Best Documentary Series and a BAFTA. She has served on juries for Bafta, RTS, Grierson, Sheffield Docfest and the London Film Festival, as well as participating in international documentary festivals such as NYC Docs, Bok o Bok Moscow, IDFA in Amsterdam and Tribeca. Daisy is also a Senior Lecturer in creative video and screen documentary at both MA and foundation level at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Featured films include:
A Bunch of Amateurs, Australian Dream, Bank Job, Best, Blue Bag Life, Cassius, Cow, Dying to Divorce, The Edge of Democracy, Evelyn, Even When I Fall, For Sama, The Hard Stop, The Hermit of Treig, HongKong Mixtape, I Get Knocked Down, In the Court of the Crimson King, Is There Anybody Out There?, The Islands and the Whales, Lyra, Men Who Sing, Merkel, Nascondino, Nothing Compares, Oil Machine, Poly Styrene: I am a Cliche, The Reason I Jump, Rebellion, Seahorse, Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain, The Story of Film, Thank You for the Rain, Under the Wire, Your Fat Friend