Minnow Films
Minnow Films Productions

Welcome

Minnow Films is an award-winning independent production company, renowned for its sensitive and intelligent portrayal of powerful human stories.
 
Our work focuses on producing bold and ground breaking films that sit at the very cutting edge of documentary making.
 
Founded in 2006 by filmmaker Morgan Matthews, Minnow quickly established a reputation for bringing a fresh take to challenging and moving stories, such as the BAFTA and RTS winning The Fallen, a film described by the BBC as their most ambitious single documentary film to date.
  
Minnow has gone on to garner both critical acclaim and award recognition, with films such as the BAFTA nominated Scenes from a Teenage Killing, and high profile Afghanistan series Fighting on the Frontline. Continuing to grow, Minnow works with all the major UK broadcasters to reach an ever wider audience across documentary-genres, whilst still maintaining a distinctive, emotive style.

Today, Minnow is working with some of the most established and reputable filmmakers in the industry, who continue the company¹s ethos of developing and producing thought-provoking documentaries of the highest quality.

 

SAS: Who Dares Wins Series Two is now open for applicants

Minnow Films for Channel 4 SAS: Who Dares Wins Series Two is now open for applicants
You can read more and download an APPLICATION FORM HERE.

Awards
BAFTA Winner – Director Factual: The Fallen  

BAFTA
Director Factual
The Fallen

BAFTA Winner – Editing Factual: The Fallen  

BAFTA
Editing Factual
The Fallen

BAFTA Winner – Television Single Documentart: 7/7 One Day in London   BAFTA
Television Single Documentary
7/7: One Day in
London
BAFTA Scotland Winner – Television Drama: Glasgow Girls   BAFTA Scotland
Television Drama
Glasgow Girls
RTS Winner – Best Documentary: The Fallen  

RTS
Best Documentary
The Fallen

RTS Winner – Single Documentary: 7/7 One Day in London  

RTS
Single Documentary
7/7: One Day in London

Broadcast Awards Winner - Best Documentary Program: 7/7 One Day in London   Broadcast Awards
Best Documentary Programme
7/7: One Day in London
 
Nominations
BAFTA Nomination – Director Factual   BAFTA Television Craft Award
Director - Factual
Ben Anthony
7/7: One Day in
London
BAFTA Nomination: Editing Factual   BAFTA Television Craft Award
Editing Factual
7/7: One Day in
London
BAFTA Nomination: Single Documentary  

BAFTA
Single Documentary
Scenes from a Teenage Killing

BAFTA Nomination: Single Documentary  

BAFTA
Single Documentary
The Fallen

RTS Nomination: Documentary Series  

RTS
Documentary Series
Fighting on the Frontline

RTS Nomination: Journalism award for Current Affairs  

RTS
Journalism award for Current Affairs
The Gypsy Matchmaker

The Televisual Bulldog Award Nomination – Best Documentary  

The Televisual Bulldog Award
Best Documentary
7/7: One Day in London

 

 

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