Here are a selection of 5 films that we feel best encapsulate what Invisible Films is about, while giving you an ideas of the range of work we do. There is a selection of independently made films and commissioned work:
Independent:  

Peter and Ben - multi award winning

Man and sheep 'leave the flock' and form an unusual and lasting friendship.

Directed by Pinny Grylls, Production Company: Invisible Films, Commissioner: UK Film Council Length: 10 Mins, Format: DV CAM, Genre: Documentary, Premiere Date: Nov 2007

Peter and Ben
VIEW FILM [Youtube - 10 mins]

Mr and Mrs Smith

A portrait of Peggy Smith and her husband Leslie - a retired cruise ship drummer - as they bicker their way through their old age in a London retirement home.

Directed by Pinny Grylls, Production Company: Invisible Films, Commissioner: Independent, Length: 13:34 Mins, Format: DV CAM, Genre: Documentary, Date: May 2006

VIEW FILM [QuickTime - 13:34 mins]

Commissioned:

Intuition

A short film made for Dove about how women intuitively judge each other.

Directed by Pinny Grylls, Production Company: Invisible Films/ Animal Monday, Commissioner: Chemistry Communications PLC for Dove (Unilever): 3 minutes Format: DV CAM, Genre: Documentary, Premiere Date: January 2009

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Seeing a Song

Short documentary about three synaesthetes, who discuss their ability to 'see' music. Inspired by a piece of music by Johnny Greenwood. Made as part of Channel 4's '3 Minute Wonders' Series.

Directed by Pinny Grylls, Production Company: Pilgrim Films Commissioner: Channel 4/ BritDoc/ Suso: 10 Mins, Format: DV CAM, Genre: Documentary, Broadcast Date: July 2008

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VIEW FILM [brightcove - 3:00 mins]

Bravo!

A series of 4 x 3 Minute Wonders that celebrate the centenary of The Bra.

Directed by Pinny Grylls, Production Company: Tiger Lily Films Commissioner: Channel 4: 4 x 3 minutes, Format: DV CAM, Genre: Documentary, Broadcast Date: Aug 2007

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