Films

Clive Dunn's recent work has been collaborations with Norwich-based production company Eye Film

2017 MAKING WAVES - INVENTED IN THE EAST 1 x 30 minutes. WRITER/DIRECTOR (In production)
Documentary exploring inventions from the East of England that have changed peoples lives across the world.
Presented by Dr. Aarthi Prasad. BBC1. (East)

2017 FISHERMEN TO KINGS - THE FORGOTTEN PHOTOGRAPHS OF OLIVE EDIS 1 x 30 minutes. WRITER/DIRECTOR
Top celebrity photographer Rankin travels to Sheringham in North Norfolk to discover the forgotten work of the pioneering photographer Olive Edis who captured images of royalty, high society and local fishermen. BBC1 (East)

2015 ON STAGE AT FRINTON-ON-SEA 1 x 30 minutes. WRITER/DIRECTOR
Arts documentary following the 2015 season of the Frinton Summer Theatre, a time-honoured tradition where seven plays are rehearsed and performed in seven weeks. Narrated by Richard Wilson. BBC1(East & HD) & BBC4

2015 50 YEARS OF GAS (Inside Out) 1x10 minutes. WRITER/EDIT PRODUCER
Documentary discovering innovative ways of redeploying decommisioned gas platforms. Narrated by Rob Setchell. BBC1(East)

2014/15 THE DOME - a secret of World War Two 1 x 30 minutes. WRITER/PRODUCER/DIRECTOR
Historical documentary telling the story of the Langham Anti-aircraft gunnery training dome in North Norfolk and how a unique invention saved thousands of allied lives. Narrated by Stephen Fry. BBC1(East)

2014 AFGHANISTAN: THE HOMECOMING (Inside Out) 1 x 30 minutes. WRITER/DIRECTOR
Current affairs documentary profiling the garrison town of Colchester as it prepares for the return of troops from the war in Afghanistan. BBC1(East)

2014 THE LANGHAM FILES 3 x 10 minutes. WRITER/PRODUCER/DIRECTOR
Three short films telling the story of The Langham Anti-aircraft gunnery Dome (North Norfolk) and the adjoining Anti-Aircraft target bases at Stiffkey and Weybourne. Produced for the Friends of Langham Dome (FoLD) & Ugly Studios, Norwich and permanently on show in the museum.
Narrated by Stephen Fry.

2013/14 PICKING UP THE PIECES 1 x 80 minutes. CO-DIRECTOR
Feature documentary telling the story of Guy Willoughby and the HALO Trust, the largest humanitarian landmine clearance charity in the world, which he founded 25 years ago.

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