Christopher Hird was for variety of factual television and independent documentaries and films. While offering MA, PhD and Workshops programmes in filmmaking and screenwriting, the London Film School is amid the world’s leading postgraduate film institutions.
Roger Graef OBE is a writer, filmmaker, broadcaster, criminologist and Chief Executive of Films of Record, now in its 29th year.
Among more than a hundred films, he is best known for gaining access to hitherto closed institutions ranging from ministries and boardrooms to police, courts, prisons, probation and social work.
In 2004 he was awarded the prestigious Fellowship to the British Academy of Film and Television for his outstanding contribution and achievements and in 2003 won another BAFTA as the Producer of the Flaherty Best Documentary Feltham Sings! In Search of Law and Order ok an unique look at some groundbreaking ways of changing juvenile rehabilitation. He has served on numerous boards and government committees, as a consultant and communications expert. Notice that closing Ranks, his ITV feature film on domestic violence in the police, was used in training for many years afterwards. These influential films include the BBC Police series, that helped change the way the police deal with rape victims.