Dingo Bill represents truly diverse Directors. However, one thing connects them all, their ability to weave stories and document pivotal moments in life.
Mikey Trotter’s work often touches upon elements of the human condition that resonate with viewers, making them sit up and take note of his films.
With that in mind Dingo Bill are delighted and very proud to share news that Mikey Trotter’s Channel 5 TV Doc for KnickerbockerGlory “My Name Is…” appears on the BFI “Best British TV of 2016” list. His work sits amongst some incredible programming that has aired since the start of the year, making his inclusion all the more exciting. After its success with viewers and critics alike, Mikey has been working closely with Channel 5 to create a full series based on his film, which shall launch later this year.
According to the BFI:
Filmmaker Mikey Trotter’s softly-spoken take on a very raw and personal subject proves the old adage that a strong story well told needs very little embellishment. An ultimately uplifting gem of a film.
Mikey could not be more pleased at his inclusion in the BFI list and says:
“I was completely lost for words when I saw my film on the BFI List - it’s really quite humbling. I can’t wait for the full series to launch soon and to share even more stories to life”.
Mikey Trotter is available to bring his fantastic storytelling skills, and incredible eye for beauty, to commercial projects through Dingo Bill Productions.