SELECTED DOCUMENTARY
Title: JUNKIE MONASTARY
55 min: Broadcast: A&E / Biography Channel
Worldwide
 
Follows British drug addict, Aftab Kayum  through the detox and drug rehabilitation process at the world’s toughest rehab - Wat Thamkrabok Monastery in Thailand.
 
• Winner: 2012 BANFF World Media Awards.
Best Television Documentary - Lifestyle & Information.
• Winner: 2012 Asian TV Awards
Best Television Documentary - Social Awareness.
•Highly Commended 3 x Asian TV awards
Best Direction, Best Editing, Best Infotainment.
• Winner 2013 Florida Media Market Awards
Best Television documentary.
Title: FINDING FLYNN
100 min - in development
 
Sean Flynn was the son of Hollywood legend Errol Flynn. He walked away from a career in movies to become a combat photographer in Vietnam on a search for the truth about life and the enigma of death.
​This film tells the story of his  incredible life and even more mysterious fate. 

Title: GOLDEN TRIANGLE
Commissioned by The United Nations 
 
From a series of documentary films commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme.
Life of an opium addict in the golden triangle - Northern Laos.
Title: Vanished
4 x 50 min - in development.

In April 1970 nine international journalists went missing on a single stretch of road in war torn Cambodia. This is their incredible story.
 
Title: BATOOR - A REFUGEE'S JOURNEY
90 min

Barat Ali Batoor was an award winning Afghani photographer - until Taliban death threats forced him to leave his homeland and embark on a journey that would see him be trafficked  across three continents, survive a shipwreck in the open seas, become lost in the jungles of Indonesia, escape from imprisonment and spend months living undercover as an illegal immigrant before finally being granted refugee status in Australia. Remarkably, he photographed and filmed his entire. journey - creating a stunning record of life spent on the run.
Title: STRAIGHT REFUGEES
75min:
 
Covers the lives of Khmer LA gang members deported back to Cambodia, a place they know nothing about.
 
Their struggle to adapt back in the country they fled as children, escaping the killing fields of the Khmer Rouge.

Screened: Internationally