Al Morrow - Producer, Head of Documentary

Al is an award-winning producer and Head of Documentary at MetFilm Production. Her latest film is Jerry Rothwell’s ‘The Reason I Jump’ which premieres in competition at the Sundance Film Festival 2020. Al most recently Produced ‘Last Breath’ directed by Alex Parkinson and Richard da Costa (Screen Scotland/ Netflix/Arte/BBC/VPRO);  ‘Sour Grapes’ directed by Jerry Rothwell and Reuben Atlas for Netflix, Arte and VPRO; and ‘How to Change the World’ (Sky Atlantic/BFI/Impact Partners/CTV) which premiered as a Day One film at the Sundance Film Festival 2015 and won a Grierson award.

Previous films include Jerry Rothwell’s ‘School In The Cloud’, Jeanie Finlay’s films ‘Pantomime’ (BBC Storyville) and the ‘The Great Hip Hop Hoax’ (BBC/Creative Scotland), Sarah Gavron’s ‘Village at The End of the World’, Jerry Rothwell’s ‘Town of Runners’ (ITVS/Britdoc C4) which premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival; the Grierson nominated film ‘Donor Unknown’ (More4/ITVS/Arte) winner of the Audience Award (online) at Tribeca Film Festival 2011 and 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) winner of the Grierson Award for Best Cinema Documentary.

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