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Interim managing director promoted to director of televison role
Chief executive Mark Browning outlines ambitions as factual indie group reports 14% turnover growth
Raw TV doc spearheads mental health season that also includes Fiona Campbell’s BBC3 debut order
Homeland actor joins Ade Adepitan and Frankie Boyle in channel’s factual line-up
Factual slate includes Spring Films, Blakeway North, Films of Record Oxford Scientific
Blakeway Brook Lapping super-indie turns £400k profit
Joins Zinc Media firm as managing director
Films of Record managing director Neil Grant is to leave the Bafta-winning indie to become creative director of Welsh production company Avanti Media.
Films of Record managing director Neil Grant tells Robin Parker about the streak of anarchy and love of provocation and playfulness that have marked his career in groundbreaking TV
Films of Records’s Neil Grant on partnering with advertising agency JWT Entertainment.
We aimed to make our documentary more like a box-set to hook in younger viewers who rarely watch programmes on TV, says Dave Nath
Ten Alps indie Films of Record has sold its hard-hitting More 4 documentary about the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris to French broadcaster France 5.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s Great Ormond Street documentary series got underway with a bigger audience than The Bank as Only Connect replacement Hive Minds started strongly on BBC4.
BBC1 is broadening its range of factual programming with four shows including a fixed-rig cancer series and a film exploring race through the eyes of two Burnley-based taxi firms.
Neil Grant has been made permanent managing director of Ten Alps indie Films of Record after holding the post on an interim basis since September.
Panorama is planning to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on Paris last week by swapping its end credits for a roll call of the dead.
Films of Record wants to branch out into lighter factual content in an effort to secure longer-running series following Roger Graef ’s decision to step back.
Films of Record founder Roger Graef has formally stepped back from the day-to-day running of the company to become an advisor to Ten Alps chairman Peter Bertram.
The Films of Record founder shares the secret to making a good doc, and why TV is as good as ever
The BBC has launched an “urgent investigation” into an information leak on a Films of Record Panorama documentary about the mayor of Tower Hamlets.
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