2013: The campaign for a Third Option works in support of current court cases to introduce a third gender status “inter/divers” on passports and birth certificates.
2012: I went to Greece to shoot the documentary Into the Fire, released in 2013.
2011: The Howard League’s U R Boss project worked with children and young people across the country who had been recently released from custody to make this film that accompanies the policy report Life Outside.
2011: Central YMCA is campaigning to tackle society’s obsession with body image ideals and to promote better body confidence for all. Find out more about the work that Central YMCA is involved in to promote the issue of body confidence.
This is a short film Spectacle made for Central YMCA which highlights some of the causes, and consequences of the rise in body image anxiety. It also looks at the scale of the “quick fix” industry which has developed to exploit our unhappiness with out bodies.
2010: Trailer for Outside the Law: Stories from Guantanamo, a documentary telling the story of Guantanamo: torture, extraordinary rendition and secret prisons. Examining how the Bush administration turned its back on domestic and international law, rounding up prisoners in Afghanistan and Pakistan without adequate screening and often for large bounty payments. Focusing on the stories of three prisoners, Shaker Aamer, Binyam Mohamed and Omar Deghayes, Outside the Law: Stories from Guantanamo is a powerful rebuke to the myth that Guantanamo holds the worst of the worst.
Spectacle Productions, 75 mins., directed by Polly Nash and Andy Worthington.