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Short Documentaries

 

JUSTICE ON THE GRASS

Justice on the Grass follows Rwandan genocide prisoners accused of rape and held for over fourteen years without a full trial. This powerful human rights film also looks at the effect such trials are having on local communities and the brave women involved.
The programme achieved repeat broadcasts in the US throughout 2008 and was produced for the Emmy Award winning network The Documentary Channel.

Directed, Shot & Produced by Glen Milner & Gille Klabin
Co-produced by Ben Hilton

Copyright © GLEN MILNER 2007 


BIRTH OF A BOOK

A short vignette of a book being created using traditional printing methods.

For the Daily Telegraph. Shot at Smith-Settle Printers, Leeds, England. The book being printed is Suzanne St Albans’ 'Mango and Mimosa' published as part of the Slightly Foxed series.

Shot, Directed & Edited by Glen Milner

Copyright © GLEN MILNER 2012


STREETS & SPORTS: A TRINIDAD TEEN

A look at some of the choices being made by teenagers growing up in the toughest parts of Trinidad & Tobago

Shot, Directed & Edited by Glen Milner for The Telegraph

Copyright © GLEN MILNER 2011


IRANIAN, GAY & SEEKING ASLYUM

Iranian, Gay & Seeking Asylum is a moving insight into the lives of two Gay Iranian men establishing new lives in the U.K after their partners were captured and executed by the Iranian authorities due to their sexuality.

Nominated for Best Short Documentary at the Phoenix Film Festival and Winning Best LGBT at The New York Short Film Festival, ‘Iranian, Gay and Seeking Asylum’ has been included at festivals worldwide and broadcast in over 34 countries.

Directed, Shot & Produced by Glen Milner

Copyright © GLEN MILNER 2009 


the nomadic beekeepers

A short documentary on the lives of Romania's nomadic Beekeepers. Organic farming, vast unspoilt landscapes, and government programs have seen the bee population thrive, yet there are still concerns for the future of these wandering beekeepers.


fukushima: alone in a nuclear zone

Naoto Matsumara is the only resident living in the 20km exclusion zone around Fukushima nuclear power plant. He has refused the government's plea to leave his hometown of Tomioka as he vows to take care of the animals left behind. The high levels of radiation meant that all 16,000 residents were evacuated in 2011 when the earthquake caused a nuclear meltdown at the nearby power plant. Two years on, Naoto still vows to stay on.

This film was shot undercover for Telegraph.co.uk.

Directed, shot & edited by Glen Milner