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Correspondent is the BBC's leading current affairs programme. It has won many international awards for its journalistic standards.
"...commissions from more than 300 independent production companies right across the UK, it is a major stimulus and outlet for Britain’s highly successful independent production sector." - Channel4.com, riceNpeas Films co-produced Gang Wars
for the C4 Dispatches
programme released in June 2003.
Consultants for Working Title Films in relation to casting and security issues on the film Notting Hill, released in May 1999.
The University of West Indies is the Caribbean's leading academic institute. riceNpeas Films produced the film Roaring Lion - The Rise of Rastafari
in 2002. It is currently a recommended viewing title for students engaged in Rastafarian Studies.
An international publication which debates issues facing the African Diaspora and promotes African culture and business in the UK and the Americas. riceNpeas Films received the commission to film the 2004 conference lecture by Francis Cres Welsing, author of The Isis Papers.
Founded in 1999, riceNpeas is an independent film production company that specialises in producing evocative, thought-provoking programmes. Having earned a reputation for producing hard-hitting social documentaries, the company aims to question, to challenge and to educate. In an era where mainstream journalism is often saturated with propaganda, we attempt to make films that accurately represent the lives and stories of the people we record without prejudice or bias.
With this philosophy in mind, our photojournalists and film-makers produce documentaries that, as accurately as possible, capture and translate the integrity of the moment.
About Rice N Peas Films
Some of our Clients
Direction and production of DVDs which advise and assist local government clients as to their rights and obligations. > Preview Work
New Media awards
Best Street Documentary
Portobello Film Festival