tpr blog – here's a glimpse of what we've been up to

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Close-up black and white picture of a soldier holding a film-camera from the 1940s

We've just returned from Sheffield Doc/Fest where we saw some inspiring films. These included Michael Moore's witty and insightful Where to Invade Next and Kirsten Johnson's Cameraperson, which deservingly won the festival's grand prize.

We were blown away by Sonita – the moving story of a young, talented female Afghan rapper – and Ants on a Leaf, about the world's most famous restaurant Noma's foray into Japanese flavours.

It was also thrilling to watch the seminal 1967 documentary Don't Look Back that covered Bob Dylan's 1965 concert tour in England and we especially enjoyed the subsequent Q&A with filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker and Roger Graef.

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.

We're lucky enough to have worked with some of the most outstanding international documentary filmmakers over the last two decades, including Nick Broomfield, Morgan Spurlock, Larry Charles, Kim Longinotto, Brian Hill, Roger Graef, Brian Woods, Daisy Asquith, Angus Macqueen and Morgan Matthews.

If you would like to read more about our recent work, we hope you will enjoy this short portfolio we've put together.