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Sargent-Disc Sponsors Grierson Documentary Awards Category

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Summary

The 46th Grierson Documentary Awards took place on 5th November in London, celebrating the work of talented documentary filmmakers.

Sargent-Disc Sponsors Grierson Documentary Awards Category

 

Documentary filmmakers' work was celebrated at the 46th Grierson Documentary Awards, hosted by comedian Susan Calman on 5th November in London. Lorraine Heggessey, Chair of The Grierson Trust, opened the ceremony congratulating all the winners on their work and thanking all the sponsors for their invaluable support.

 

Stars and personalities from across the industry presented awards during the evening, including presenter Stacey Dooley and her Strictly Come Dancing professional partner, Kevin Clifton who presented the Best Entertaining Documentary.

 

2018 Grierson Documentary Award Winners:


The All3Media Best Student Documentary went to National Film and Television School student, Kate Stonehill's Fake News Fairytale, whilst the BBC Trustees' Award was given to Sir Trevor McDonald for his journalistic prowess and his work in the documentary genre since 2009.

 

Sargent-Disc was proud to sponsor the Grierson Best Science Documentary Award again this year. It recognises a single documentary or an episode from a strand or series, addressing any aspect of science or medicine.

 

The 2018 Sargent-Disc Best Science Documentary Award was presented to Lizzie Kempton's Chris Packham: Asperger's and Me; a documentary film exploring broadcast and naturalist Chris Packham's experience living with Asperger's Syndrome.

 

 

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(Best Science Documentary Award Winners with mathematician and presenter Dr. Hannah Fry [far left], and Sargent-Disc director Dr. Laurence Sargent [far right])

Photo Credit: Photographer Dean O'Brien, copyright Grierson Trust.

 

For the full list of winners, click here.

 

Proud to support the Grierson Trust, Sargent-Disc shares its commitment to investing in and supporting the film and television community at home and abroad. Sargent-Disc is a major patron of the Royal Television Society, a business partner of The Production Guild of Great Britain and a member and sponsor of the UK Screen Association, working to help inform and educate their members. We also work closely with a range of industry bodies and academic institutions to provide training and product support. 

 

Judging Process:

 

Alongside sponsoring the Best Science Documentary category, Sargent-Disc director Dr. Laurence Sargent was a member of the Best Entertaining Documentary Award judging panel. He watched eight shortlisted documentaries ahead of the jury meeting held on Monday 10 September at which the panel discussed and considered the documentaries in order to choose the single documentary or episode from a strand or series that they felt set out primarily to entertain. They considered key elements such as humour, wit and elegance of style. The eight were very diverse in terms of subject matter and format with some being factual and others reality based programmes.

 

 

'The whole experience was very interesting and I was struck by the creativity and innovation of the programme makers in reflecting the voices of their subjects, along with the technical challenges they had to deal with - sometimes in very difficult environments.' Dr. Laurence Sargent

 

The judges final four nominees were:

 

Ask the Sexpert

Director: Vaishali Sinha

Producers: Vaishali Sinha, Mridu Chandra

Executive Producer: Sally Jo Fifer 

Editors: Myles Kane, Ashish Ravinran

Production Co: Coast to Coast Films

First shown: 10 June 2017; Sheffield Doc/Fest

Ask the Sexpert is a feature length documentary about Dr Mahinder Watsa, a highly popular 93-year-old sex advice columnist for a daily newspaper in Mumbai. Despite sex being a taboo topic in India, the column's brand of non-moralistic advice and humour has emboldened many to write in with their questions. The columnist gains popularity even while a ban on comprehensive sex education in schools is adopted by approximately a third of India's states.

 

Celebrity Hunted - Episode 1 (WINNER)

Director/Producers: Production Team

Production Co: Shine

First shown: 10 October 2017; Channel 4

Channel 4's hit factual thriller, Celebrity Hunted, sees seven famous faces turn fugitive and attempt to evade capture in a nail-biting manhunt covering the length and breadth of the UK; tracking them down, an elite team of hunters, armed with the powers of the state.

 

The Real Full Monty

Directors: Will Yapp, Kevin Mundye

Executive Producers: Nick Bullen, Daniela Neumann, Kevin Mundye

Editor: Lex Nichol

Production Co: Spun Gold TV

First shown: 15 June 2017; ITV

The Real Full Monty follows a group of male celebrities as they work to recreate the striptease scene from the famous film, in order to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer. As the celebrities struggle to learn the moves and overcome their insecurities about stripping in public, conversation turns to the reason they are doing it - men's health and how they have all, in some way, been affected by cancer.

 

Valley Cops - Episode 2

Produced and Directed by: Adam Hopkins

Producer: Aaron Black

Executive Producers: Ruth Kelly, Sophie Leonard

Series Film Editor: Wesley Thomas 

Production Co: Minnow Films

First shown: 12 October 2017; BBC Three

Valley Cops saw extraordinary access to the cops, criminals, and communities of the South Wales Valleys. The warm, sometimes comic tone gave the series a distinct feel, and stories of both petty and serious crime are told through disarmingly honest interviews and unflinching actuality. By spending time with both cops and criminals in this geographically and socially unique corner of Britain, the series reveals the true complexities of crime in remote communities.

 

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