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    This is the science of success in the down and dirty world of Demolition Derbies. How do these cars take such a pounding? What happens to the drivers inside? And what home spun technology lies under the hood? This unusual insight combines dramatic visuals with a remarkable depth of fascinating information.
National Geographic
10,000 children a year pass through the trauma unit at Africa’s busiest children’s hospital. This film follows two trauma doctors facing the challenge of caring empathetically for children. They must deal with the general bumps and bruises that all children get, alongside some of the most serious and life-threatening cases in the entire hospital. It’s somewhere no parent wants to be - the doctors’ challenge is to make it bearable.
Factuals: Biography and History Unit
No longer just instruments of war, these camera-carrying drones are now filling our skies, capturing sights never seen before. They now help film our movies, patrol our streets, keep watch at our borders and fight our fires. As these drones multiply so do our concerns over surveillance and safety. How much is too much? Fusion’s Mariana van Zeller goes deep inside the world of drones in ‘Drone Nation’.
From South Africa, Bangladesh, Colombia and beyond, engineers, architects and social entrepreneurs are developing solutions for the 5.8 billion people (90% of the population) who have little access to things that many of us take for granted: food, communications, clean water, and shelter.
Smithsonian Networks
They travel around the globe to care and to cure, dare to enter crisis zones and repeatedly put themselves in danger as they carry out their missions: the people of ‘Doctors without Borders’. Who are these men and women? What do they think? What do they feel? ‘Doctors Without Borders: Dedicated to Life’ gives an insight into the reality of their lives between home and the frontline.
Terra Mater Factual Studios/Illuminati Filmproduction
Join us on a journey through the vast universe of microscopic life that comprises over 99% of the DNA and between 50% to 90% of the cells in our bodies - and the epidemic rise of non-communicable diseases, from allergies to Alzheimers to cancer, that plague the developed world. We reveal that only by understanding ourselves as ecosystems, rather than singular organisms, can we understand and defeat the diseases that destroy millions of lives each year.
Demolition Derbies
1 x 60’, 2006, HD
Design With The Other 90%
4 x 30’, 2011, HD
    Diagnosing Damage: The Trauma Unit Of The
Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
1 x 60’, 2011, HD
Doctors Without Borders:
Dedicated To Life
4 x 60’, 2013, HD
    Fusion Original Production
Osmosis Films
Edge Of Wonder: The
Human Microbiome
1 x 30’, 2018, HD
 Drone Nation
1 x 30’, 2016, HD

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