KEO films | Awards

Hugh’s Fish Fight

KEO digital | About us

Campaigner and chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall investigates the fishing industry in the UK and beyond (Channel 4). 

Winner: BAFTA 2011 (Best Features)
Winner: Grierson Awards 2011 (Best Documentary Series) 
Winner: Royal Television Society Awards 2012 (Popular Factual and Features)
Winner: Broadcast Awards 2012 (Best Documentary Series)
Winner: Broadcast Digital Award 2012  (Best Multiplatform Project)
Nomination: BAFTA 2011 (Digital Creativity)
Winner: Food of Guild Writers Awards 2012 (Food Broadcast of the Year)
Winner: Food of Guild Writers Awards 2012 (Derek Cooper Award for Campaigning and Investigative Food Writing or Broadcasting)
Winner: Marketing Week Engage Awards 2012 (Best Media)
Nominated: Guardian Awards for Digital Innovation 2012 (Website)
Winner: Observer Ethical Awards 2012 (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - Campaigner award) 

Terry Pratchett, Choosing to DiE

KEO films | Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die

World famous sci-fi author Terry Pratchett explores his options now he ahs been diagnosed with Alzheimers Disease (BBC2).

Winner: International Emmy Awards 2012 (Documentary) 
Winner: BAFTA 2012 (Best Single Documentary) 
Winner: Grierson Awards 2012 (Documentary on a Contemporary Theme)
Winner: British Academy Scotland Awards 2011 (Single Documentary)
Winner: Royal Television Society Awards 2012 (Best Single Documentary)
Winner: Bulldog Awards 2012 (Documentary Single)
Winner: Learning on Screen Awards 2012 (General Education Broadcast Award)
Winner: Televisual Awards 2011

Welcome to Lagos

KEO films | Welcome to Lagos

"The best documentary about Africa I've ever seen. Pitch perfect." William Wallis, Africa Editor, Financial Times (BBC2)

Winner: BAFTA 2011 (Best Factual Series)
Winner: Royal Television Society Awards (Best Documentary Series) 
Winner: Broadcast (Best Documentary Series)
Winner: One World Media Award (Best Documentary Series)
Nominated: Grierson (Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue)

Exit Through the Gift Shop

KEO films | Exit Through The Gift Shop

A funny and surprising look at the UK’s mysterious street artist ‘Banksy'.

Winner: Grierson Awards 2010 (Most Entertaining Documentary) 
Nominated: ACADEMY AWARDS - Oscars 2011 (Best Documentary)
Nominated: Grierson Awards, (Most Entertaining Documentary Series)
Nominated: BAFTA (Outstanding debut) Winner: Cinema Eye Awards (Best non-fiction feature)

Meet the Natives

KEO films | Meet the Natives

A heartwarming exploration of British culture by five islanders from a traditional South Pacific Island (Channel 4).

Winner: Royal Television Society 2010 (Best Documentary Series)
Winner: Broadcast Awards (Best Documentary Series)
Winner: Televisual Award (Best Documentary Series)
Nominated: BAFTA (Best Documentary Series).
Winner: Television Bulldogs 2008 (Documentary Series)
Winner: Royal Television Society Awards 2007 (Formatted Documentary)
Winner: Royal Television Society Awards - Craft & Design Awards 2007-08 (Sound - Entertainment & Non Drama Awards)
Winner: Broadcast Awards 2008 (Best Documentary Series) 

KEO films

Tops Televisual Peer Poll 2012
Winner: Bulldog Awards 2012 (Best Indie)
Winner: Observer Food Monthly Awards 2012 (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - Best Cookbook)
Winner: Observer Food Monthly awards 2011 (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - Food personality)
Winner: Green Awards 2009 (Landshare - Best Green Use of Mobile Apps and Technologies)
Winner: Observer Food Monthly Awards 2004 (Tales From River Cottage - Best Food & Drink TV Programme – 2nd Place)
Winner: Advice, Information & Instruction Awards 2004 (Tales From River Cottage)
Winner: Glenfiddich Food and Drink Awards 2005 (KEO films - Television Programme)
Winner: Real Screen Awards 2010 (River Cottage: Summer’s Here - Lifestyle/Food Outstanding Achievement)
Winner: Ethical Awards 2010 (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - Campaigner of the Year)