British Time Trial Champion!

BERKELEY-based film director Pete Georgi won a gold medal at the British National Time Trial Championships in September

Competing for Giant Cycling Club, Georgi brought home the gold medal and champion’s jersey, winning his age category.

Held over a 20.9 mile road course from Great Gidding in Cambridgeshire, Georgi posted a time of 46 minutes, 28 seconds. His son, Castle School pupil Etienne Georgi, continued his cycling success over the Bank Holiday weekend, winning the juvenile section of Sussex Cyclist’s Association ten-mile road time trial at Plaistow, West Sussex.

Etienne’s mother, Louise Georgi, completed the family’s success by winning the ladies’ category. Finally, Etienne and his sister, Pfeiffer Georgi, a Year 6 pupil at St Mary’s School in Thornbury, both took third place in their respective age categories in the season long series of circuit races at Castle Combe.


Masters Golf – Europe’s most purchased golf brand – took a huge step in early 2011 by ditching the traditional catalogue format in favour of a digital version with dedicated video footage of every product. Last year’s 120-page catalogue was the last it will publish – working with us on this mammoth filming project we put all the product information on downloadable video. The product videos are now embedded on the Masters website, are available on YouTube and are available also for retailers to embed into their websites or to use in any EMAIL MARKETING CAMPAIGNS. Included in those fronting the videos is a familiar face, BBC and Sky Sports presenter Sarah Stirk, a very keen golfer and golf columnist. Check out Masters Golf TV on You-Tube:


Sam and Emily spent an October afternoon in Bournemouth filming Brett and his daughter for Choicepoint.

The conditions were perfect and as the sun was setting it created a beautiful backdrop for some of the footage on the beach. Brett’s story is of the personal change he has been through, and his work now helps youths from difficult backgrounds.

Samaritans Annual Conference

We went along to the Samaritans Annual Conference in September to raise awareness of the Freefall film which was shown to the fabulous volunteers within the organisation.

We are thrilled that they are using the film for ongoing training and have some lovely feedback:

‘A brilliant film. We bought one for our branch. Would like to see it integrated into ongoing training to nurses, doctors, teachers, police etc for student training’

‘A very sensitive but informative view of suicide. Bought the DVD to watch in branch’