At Absolutely Schools Films we offer the very best skills and expertise in our award winning former BBC documentary directors, combined with a passion and commitment to working in education.
Our team has a reputation for working with high profile organisations where trust, confidentiality and sensitivity are paramount. These include Great Ormond Street Hospital and Sheffield Children’s Hospital; Childline; Daisy’s Dream, (a child bereavement charity); Parents for Children, (an adoption agency): Metropolitan Police Sexual Assault Referral Centre; Victim Support and HMP Maidstone Prison as well as many others.
She enjoys working with children and has been nominated for a BAFTA for best educational programme for BBC television, New Kid in Class and achieved an Emmy nomination for ITV documentary, Igor – Child of Chernobyl, as well as many other prestigious awards.
Mandy is passionate about delivering first class films in a relaxed, fun and professional manner.
As a director at the BBC for fifteen years, Tracy produced major documentaries for BBC One series, including Children’s Hospital, Law Women, Medicine Women, Crimewatch and Holiday. As a journalist, Tracy has written features for The Times, The Guardian and The Telegraph, as well as magazines such as Independent School Parent and First Eleven.
Despite having two teenagers at home, Tracy still enjoys working with children and young people and is excited to be able to help you bring your school to life on film.
If you wish to discuss your requirements please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0203 006 3925