A showreel of ten films commissioned and executively produced by Mark Kelly for The Sunday Times in 2012.
Rod Liddle says he’s “thrilled to the cusp of ejaculation” after scooping a prestigious Lovie award. The journalist and broadcaster now needs votes to secure a second victory…
Sam O’Hare shot more than 35,000 stills for this time-lapse and tilt-shift short film about New York City – although for the final edit this was scaled down to 7200.
For five days photographer Paul Conroy lay trapped as Syrian forces closed in. Then, aided by rebels, he made a dash for freedom.
Guerilla filmmakers Matt Marsh and Sam Rowland shot Choose Not To Fall on borrowed cameras due to the expense of broadcast quality kit. Their mini documentary was shot in one day then edited in two.
The Sunday Times goes in search of the true identity of Labour leader, Ed Miliband.
Slutwalks have added bite to the feminist debate but are they really the next step on the road to liberation? We join the marchers to find out.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls takes a verbal bashing from an angry protester, Shadow Welsh Secretary Peter Hain talks debt and Labour leader Ed Milliband refuses to comment.
The legendary author talks to journalist Steve Keenan about the emotional journey behind his decision to undertake a grueling trek to Tibet’s holiest mountain.
Politicians in The House of Commons vote 323 to 302 to increase tuition fees. Following the vote thousands of protestors in Parliament Square complain they can’t leave because of police kettling. Here they describe what’s happening.