The Intimate Art of Tatoo

27th March 2018

The show itself had Laurence Llewelyn Bowen look at the issues surrounding the exponential rise in tattooing across the UK.  Once tattoos were the markers of transgression, of the exotic, of forbidden sexuality, Laurence looks at the many and various more

ShaLt

24th November 2015

Illuminations were asked to make a series of short documentaries and dramas to illustrate the story of the theatrical scene that thrilled London between the 1570s and 1642. The Shakespearean London Theatres (ShaLT) tells the full story behind the vast more

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge

24th November 2015

Illuminations was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery to make a short film with the artist Paul Emsley working in his studio on his painting of the Duchess of Cambridge in November 2012. The portrait was unveiled to the world's more

Lionel Bart

24th November 2015

Written by Bart's biographers, this documentary for BBC 4 draws paints a vivid, poignant picture of the rise and fall of one of Britain's favourite songwriters.  Drawing on his unseen personal archive and interviews the documentary also features contributions by Barbara more

Oxford University Chemistry Department

24th November 2015

Hear from the students and tutors on the course and why it offers such a unique approach to their training. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yceUgUYZUB4

Wadham College

24th November 2015

Wadham celebrates academic excellence, diversity and independence within a progressive and liberal community. Illuminations teamed up with Wadham College to help promote these values and the college's commitment to attracting a diverse range of students. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JaN5c0Q0TE

The Maximilian Schell Estate for Christie’s

24th November 2015

Maximilian Schell was one of the most successful non-English speaking actors in the history of American cinema. He will perhaps be best remembered for his Oscar-winning performance in Stanley Kramer's Judgment at Nuremberg (1961). However, his more overlooked yet equally more