Our films might be about a person, a process or a product but we present them as stories. Our films are meant to entertain and inform, and we’re used to working to a brief.
Joseph Cook is taking a closer look at the microbial life that can be found all over the planet’s glaciers and ice sheets. It is increasingly clear that this rich ecosystem affects the melt rates of polar ice and snow and could be accelerating climate change.
Tim Ritson, a conservator at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, explains how he gilds picture frames for the museum’s galleries.
Trailer for What Am I Worth? a new show by Extraordinary Bodies, the circus for every body.
A poem by Carol Ann Duffy read by Fiona Shaw
HM Queen Sonja of Norway talks about her love of printmaking ahead of her inaugural print award.
Commissioned by Dance Umbrella and shown on BBC Two as part of Darcey Bussell’s New Dance programme, this film shows the beautiful and mesmerising ‘dancing on ice’ by the Canadian Quintet, Le Patin Libre. It was filmed at night in Alexandra Palace, London.