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Watch Chubby Funny Online

Aimimage production Chubby Funny caught they eyes of young British cinema goers last year and is now available to watch on Amazon Prime. Chubby Funny - A Harry Mitchell Project Starring, directed and written by Harry Mitchell, Chubby Funny tackles the overwhelming sense of inferiority that is experienced by so many young adults trying to find...

Bulletproof By Name, Bulletproof By Nature

Noel Clarke (The Hood trilogy) and Ashley Walters (Bullet Boy) create and star in Sky 1’s Bulletproof. Aired at 9pm on Tuesdays, this action-comedy series follows the crime fighting excursions of two London cops and best friends Aaron Bishop (Clarke) and Ronnie Pike (Walters). Breaking Boundaries Directed by Nick Love, best known for The Football Factory...

Aimimage Supplies Kit For Channel 5’s 8 Days That Made Rome

Bettany Hughes, the award-winning historian, and broadcaster, has presented an eight-part landmark history of ancient Rome. Across the series, which was broadcast on Channel 5 in the UK between November and December 2017, eight crucial days that are believed to have defined the Roman Empire are explored to help us understand its remarkable success. We are incredibly proud at...

Ex libris (Frederick Wiseman) Venice Premiere

The new documentary by legendary director Frederick Wiseman, shot with cameras from Aimimage, is receiving its world-wide premiere in competition at the 74th Venice Film Festival. Ex Libris: New York Public Library promises to explore the library system with the same care and precision that Wiseman has brought to his previous examinations of institutions The official synopsis describes...

Aimimage at Somerset House’s Summer Series

Aimimage kit was used recently to capture two stunning concerts at Somerset House as part of their Summer Series, in partnership with American Express. First, on the 9th of July, electronic duo Goldfrapp took to the stage, supported by five-piece indie band Sloes. Having previously appeared at the historic, iconic, Somerset House in 2013,  Goldfrapp performed...

Baroness Benjamin scores major victory to protect children’s television

Baroness Benjamin, a former children's TV presenter, now peer, has won a major legislative battle to protect children's television. Since the 2003 Digital Economy Act, public broadcasters have had less obligation to commission programming for children. The result has been a sharp decline in original children's content on UK TV screens, which Floella Benjamin, who presented Play...