Al Morrow - Producer, Head of Documentary

Al is an award-winning producer and Head of Documentary at MetFilm Production. She produced LAST BREATH (Netflix/BBC/ZDF Arte), SOUR GRAPES directed by Jerry Rothwell and Reuben Atlas for Netflix, Arte, and VPRO, and HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD directed by Jerry Rothwell (Sky Atlantic/BFI/Impact Partners/CTV), which premiered at Sundance 2015 and won the World Cinema Special Jury Award: Editing and the IDA Pare Lorentz Award.

Previous films include Jeanie Finlay’s films PANTOMIME (BBC Storyville) and THE GREAT HIP HOP HOAX(BBC/Creative Scotland); Sarah Gavron’s THE VILLAGE AT THE END OF THE WORLD, which premiered at BFI LFF 2012; Jerry Rothwell’s TOWN OF RUNNERS (ITVS/Britdoc C4), which premiered at Tribeca 2012; the Grierson-nominated DONOR UNKNOWN (More4/ITVS/Arte); MEN WHO SWIM (BBC Storyville/Arte/SVT/VPRO) winner of the Audience Award at Silverdocs 2010; HEAVY LOAD (BBC Storyville, IFCtv, ITVS); and DEEP WATER (Pathe/UKFC/FilmFour), Grierson Award winner for Best Cinema Documentary.

Al’s latest film are Jerry Rothwell’s THE REASON I JUMP, which premiered at Sundance 2020 and Sam Hobkinson’s Sundance 2021 Competition entry MISHA AND THE WOLVES.

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