10 December 2021
Since July we have been working with the International Truth and Justice Project (ITJP), an impressive international, non-profit human rights organisation that has been working since 2013 to protect and promote justice and accountability in Sri Lanka on behalf of victims.Read More
21 November 2021
We're delighted to be working again with Emmy award-winning filmmaker Joe Gantz on his latest feature-length documentary film (in April we worked on The Race to Save the World about climate change activists). Ending Disease explores a revolution in medicine, with research that affects every single one of us.Read More
10 November 2021
In the run up to COP26 we started working with Youth4planet: Earthbeat, a youth media movement which gives a voice to young people from all around the world in response to the climate emergency. On Friday 5 November they hosted a live COP26 Youth Day event at Glasgow’s IMAX cinema.Read More
5 August 2021
We're so excited to be able to announce the new appointment of Hannah Price and Mark Ravenhill as joint artistic directors of the King's Head Theatre ahead of the venue's 2022 historic venue move. tpr Media has worked with Islington's renowned pub theatre for over a year and a half now, it is fantastic to see visions for an even more inclusive and diverse future come to life. The new creative team pledges to produce work that: "Allows us all to imagine a better future".Read More
23 May 2021
We are delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring SMART – London's first international smartphone film festival. Launched by the team behind the first smartphone film to win an academy award – Missed Call, TV BAFTA 2019 – SMART celebrates the innovation, intimacy and diversity of smartphone filmmaking and will take place between 21‐25 June 2021.Read More
9 April 2021
We feel honoured to continue to work on such inspiring cultural projects and wanted to recommend some online events this month to keep you going until June!Read More
11 October 2020
At tpr we're really lucky to work with such diverse and creative clients, especially in these challenging times. We are particularly excited about these two must-see live streamed events coming up soon – make sure to get your tickets!Read More
17 June 2020
We hope you are well and safe. With so much uncertainty at the moment, we're proud to be working with some incredible clients who are powering through despite enormous pressure. Two of the most iconic venues in Islington: the Union Chapel and the King's Head Theatre are keeping culture alive as well as supporting their local communities.Read More
11 March 2020
On Wednesday 11 March, we were delighted to go to the River Café for the London launch of Burma: Food, Family & Conflict co-authored by brother and sister, Stephen and Bridget Anderson. The book centres around interviews with the authors' grandmother Gertrude (referred to as Grandy), the daughter of Sir William Carr, an English colonial high court judge and Ma Khin, a Burmese woman who rolled cheroots (cigars) for a living.Read More
Last Monday (20 January) the André Simon Food & Drinks Awards took place at the Goring Hotel in London. For over 40 years, they have been celebrating the very best in contemporary food and drink writing, and we're pleased to say that tpr media has been with the awards for six years.Read More
Team tpr had a great time on Tuesday night (12 November), at the BFI Southbank where the fifth annual Research in Film Awards organised by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) took place. These are the only awards entirely dedicated to showcasing the breadth of research in arts and humanities through film and five winners were selected from hundreds of submissions and a strong short-list.Read More
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Under the Knife, NHS feature-length documentary, premiered on Thursday 19 September in London. The provocative film is being screened for free in over 50 venues across the UK. Anyone who wants to save the NHS must see this film. To book free tickets visit: undertheknifefilm.co.uk/screenings.Read More
I'm delighted to tell you about two new projects we're working on this spring: the Great Exhibition Road Festival in South Kensington, London (28-30 June), and the UK cinema release (from 14 June) of Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf, a film about the visionary Dutch landscape designer.Read More
The Hubb Community Kitchen, a group of West London women whose community was affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, won a prestigious award for their book Together: Our Community Cookbook on 40th anniversary of awards in a celebration of home cooking.Read More
It was great to be contacted last week by Catherine Allen, a BAFTA-winning immersive media specialist and founder of Limina Immersive. She approached tpr media to promote an exciting VR-only arts festival, Limina VR Weekender, which is taking place at Picturehouse Central this weekend (1&2 December 2018).Read More
We were privileged to have been involved in the release of Dartmouth Films' new documentary The Ballymurphy Precedent in UK and Irish cinemas and Channel 4 this Sunday (9 September), directed by Callum Macrae.Read More
We're thrilled to be promoting two BBC Storyville documentaries this summer Accidental Anarchist (Hopscotch Films) and Out Of Thin Air (Mosaic Films).Read More
In the run-up to London Fashion Week (17-21 February 2017), this two-part observational documentary series from Finestripe Productions takes an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Dior's billion-dollar brand on its 70th birthday, providing a talking point for discussions about fashion and female identity.Read More
Last Tuesday evening the tpr team were involved in the screening of Fiona Murphy's new documentary-film, Remember Baghdad. This fascinating film tells the story of Iraq through the eyes of the last Jews of Baghdad, who lived there for 2,600 years until only a generation ago. With vivid home movies and footage from Iraq today, eight characters tell their remarkable story. We held the event at the impressive Jewish community centre, JW3, where almost 300 people attended.Read More
In the lead up to Al Jazeera English's 10th anniversary, we've been involved in the exciting launch of their new web-based app #HACKED: Syria's Electronic Armies. It's a ground-breaking project where investigative journalism is presented in a game format.Read More
Last week, the team tpr had great fun at Hyper Japan, the festival celebrating all things Japanese at Olympia, where we enjoyed learning lots about Japanese culture. We were working with NHK, Japan's English-language broadcaster.Read More
We've just returned from Sheffield Doc/Fest where we saw some inspiring films. tpr media is fiercely dedicated to documentary as art form and in the spirit of documentary filmmaking, we aim to create campaigns that open conversations and debate, working with talented and trusted journalists across print, broadcast and online to stimulate discussion.Read More
In the usual heady rush of TV scheduling, we were contacted at the last minute a few weeks ago – just two weeks before transmission – to promote the thoughtful and provocative documentary Last Whites of the East End (Lambent Productions, BBC One, Tuesday 24 May).Read More
Last Thursday night we had a great evening at the Goring Hotel celebrating the André Simon Food & Drink Book Awards, which showcase the best of contemporary food and drink writing.Read More
At tpr, it's really important for us to work on projects that make a difference and we feel very lucky when we have the opportunity to share powerful messages that help to influence real political change.Read More
This week we're celebrating our client Newstag's success at the 2015 Asian Digital Media Awards in Hong Kong. The video news platform clinched an award for 'Best News Website', and we couldn't be prouder.Read More
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