Following a first foray into broadcast documentary in 2000, Eye Film have produced over 70 hours for both network and regional broadcasters.  As a company, Eye Film have been BAFTA nominated, won several Creative Industries Award's and a Royal Television Society Award. Our documentary making is focused on access driven human interest stories, whether it’s the story of one of John Peel’s mysterious and obscure records or the story of one organisation’s desire to rid the world of landmines, Eye Film approach it with the same passion and dedication.

Some of Eye Film's documentary projects include features for BBC East Inside Out, On Stage at Frinton-on-Sea and the feature documentary, The Trials of Amanda Knox for Channel 4. Other BBC series include Country Lives, Hell to Hotel for ITV and the BAFTA nominated, A Different Life for Channel 5. In 2012, Eye Film were responsible for launching the multi-platform John Peel Archive for the Arts Council and BBC, creating over 27 short films and an interactive website allowing you to explore part of John Peel’s Record Collection shelf by shelf.