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timlangfordcreative

As a director/writer and creative the DNA of my work is to come up with bright ideas and turn those ideas into films that engage, inspire, touch hearts and change minds. I’m a committed and passionate creative who gives sparkling value that speaks experience. I work in London and the Middle East and I’ve accumulated a vast amount of experience making films for corporate communications clients; with ngo’s and in advertising. Give me your communication problem, an issue, a cause, and I’ll solve it through creative thinking and the vision of a director.

Awards : 2014: New York Film & TV Award – Gold for Recruitment; RasGas ‘Secret of my Success’. 2013: 2 New York Film & TV Awards - Platinum & Gold Awards (Best Editing & Technical Production Team) for ‘Be Amusing’ ;
2012 : Cannes Corporate Media & TV Award Black Dolphin Winner (Best Editing) ‘Be Amusing’ ; 3 Marcom’s Awards, Platinum (Best Recruitment) for ‘Living in Qatar’, Gold for ‘Be Amusing’, Platinum (Internal Comms) ‘Workplace of Choice’ film. IVCA Silver (Best Recruitment film) for ‘Step Up’ & IVCA Bronze (Charity/Welfare film) ‘The Stroke Project’.
2011 : IVCA Bronze (Best Script) for ‘Nat Geo Appeal’.
2009 : IVCA Clarion Award (Best Video) ‘Torn’. IVCA Silver (Documentary) ‘Torn’ & Bronze (Welfare/Charity)'Torn’ .
Previous : 4 New York Film & TV Awards for corporate documentary;1991, 2005, 2006,
CiB (Comm’s in Business) Class Winner 2007.

Contact - timlangfordfilm@mac.com 07973 909741 International 00 44 7973 909741

  1. BP Michael Daniel - Commercial

    Writer, director of 60 second spot for BP in Trinidad and Tobago. The film - part of an ongoing public campaign - focuses on one local employee Michael Daniel. Filming involved creating an improvised set for a meeting and (the highlight) spending a day with Michael's lovely family. DP - the wonderful Ben Foster, shooting on Sony F5 + some fine primes, Producer - Geoff Dibben of BPTV, Drone pilot - Yesenia Rodriguez, client - Mark Rose of BP in the UK and the Comms Team in T&T.

  2. 'BP AT IT'S BEST' Oman - Changing driver behaviour short film

    Released by BP as part of it's external strategy this was cut from the original internal BP At It's Best film that i made. Edited by Larry Catford; shot by DP Lawrence Blyth; producer Geoff Dibben; commissioned by BP Brand & Comms Manager Mark Rose. It tells the story of how BP is trying to create safer driving practices in a country that has some of the worst driving statistics in the world.. This BP project is led by Yaaqub and his colleague Salim. Wonderful, kind hosts. Salim started a running gag about finding me some apples in Oman. We never did discover them...Of all the many Middle Eastern countries i have visited over the years this is by far the nicest, most humble, humorous and likeable people I have met in that part of the world. Yaquub and Salim were the epitome of all those characteristics.

  3. Edinburgh's On The Box

    Recently completed film for STV - a short character study of Edinburgh in Scotland. A simple film that relies on finding the right people and letting them talk. Then it's all in the juxtaposition and character. The film is part of a campaign I have been writing and directing to launch a new tv channel there on behalf of Scottish Television.

  4. 'BP AT IT'S BEST' South Africa - Creating a Brighter Future short film

    Released by BP as part of it's external strategy this was cut from the original internal BP At It's Best film that i made. Edited by Larry Catford; shot by DP Lawrence Blyth; producer Geoff Dibben; commissioned by BP Brand & Comms Manager Mark Rose. It tells the story of how BP is trying to address the inequalities in education for the poor from rural South Africa. This BP project is led by the lovely Akhona and colleague Liziwe. They were a joy to be around and a privilege to share time with, as were the young people from the school we visited. What a memorable trip it was!

  5. The Fountainbridge Show

    Commissioned from STV in Scotland - the launch film for the new primetime, locally made show STV Edinburgh. This will run on STV nationally and via social media. The brief was to build a film around the four presenters who will front the new evening show and tell a visual story about Edinburgh - it's posh and then there is the other side.... It was a lot of fun making it, lovely people and lovely presenters.

  6. BP TVC ENERGY MOVING FORWARD

    60 second spot shot in Trinidad featuring BP Drilling Engineer Neil Ramkhalawan. Neil loves his football and the Arsenal so football became the vehicle for the film. Lovely crew, great producer, perfect hosts. The spot is part of a TV campaign BP are running that tells stories via their employee's. Stylised documentary was the chosen approach. Credits - TL director/writer, Ben Foster DP, Geoff Dibben - Producer, editor - Larry Catford. BP Commissioning Client - UK Brand & Comms Manager, Mark Rose + BP Trinidad
    Comms Team.

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