WELCOME TO STUDIO 9 FILMS

WE ARE THE HOME OF REVELATORY, HIGH IMPACT, INTERNATIONAL 
HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTARIES THAT HOLD THE POWERFUL TO ACCOUNT


Studio 9 Films produces programmes for major broadcasters, including the BBC, Channel 4 and Al Jazeera English, and is commissioned to make films by NGOs. Our work has been shown at festivals in London, New York and virtually to audiences throughout the globe.  The company was founded by award-winning filmmaker and photojournalist Fiona Lloyd-Davies, one of the UK's most experienced foreign documentary and current affairs journalists. We collaborate with some of the best filmmakers, journalists and talent from around the world and have won multiple awards. 

AWARDS

Myanmar: An Uneasy Alliance 
Rory Peck Awards 2021 finalist
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Seeds of Hope 
One World Media Awards
2015 Nomination
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The Cost of Cobalt
DIG Awards 2021 finalist &

Global Health Film Festival 2021 Official Selection 
Congo Rape trial 
RTS 2015 Nomination for 'Best Independent' 
One World Media Awards Nomination 2015
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Justice in Action 
Best International Documentary 
The People's Film Festival New York 2013
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Baghdad Blogger series
Royal Television Society 2005
Award for Innovation

The Refugee Trail

European Online Journalism Award 2001 

for the best investigative reporting:

Maggie O'Kane & Fiona Lloyd-Davies 

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Licence to Kill 
Royal Television Society 2001 
Award for Current Affairs International

WHAT PEOPLE SAY
ABOUT OUR WORK

My Amazing Brain: Richard's War
"...unmissable, inspirational telly."
Melanie Reid, The Times
Justice in Action 
"The best film about Bosnia that I've ever seen."
Ed Vulliamy, award-winning journalist
Stacey Dooley investigates...: Kids with Guns
"Humanity in the heart of darkness...got to the right interviewees, asked the right questions and drew... the right conclusions." 
The Times - 4 stars 

 
Seeds of Hope
"A visually stunning and gut-achingly harrowing new films."
Newsweek 

"...unforgettable... a story of the triumph of human nature over terrible abuse." 
Evening Standard