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   Jago - A Life Underwater (2015)


BBC4 Thursday 25th May 9pm

Winner: Grand Teton Award, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2015

Winner: Special Jury Award, New York Wild Film Festival 2016

Nomination: Music Award, Wildscreen Festival 2016

Nomination: Best Composer, RTS West of England 2016 Awards

To listen to some samples of the score, please click HERE

Jago: A Life Underwater is a unique drama-documentary that tells the life story of an 80-year-old sea nomad called Rohani, an underwater hunter who has spent his life plying the waters of South East Asia’s Coral Triangle. Winner of multiple awards, including the prestigious Grand Teton festival prize at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. Co-produced with Underdog Films, Fantomline Pictures and Vistaar Productions.

Producer and Writer: James Reed

Director/Camera: James Morgan
Editor: Sam Rogers
1st AD and Sound: Johnny Langenheim
U/W Camera: Mark Sharman
Aerial and Additional Photography: Benjamin Sadd
DIT: Stephen Hedley
Graphics: Robin Littlewood
Additional Editing: Andrew Netley
Colourist: Blair Wallace
Online Editors: Arun Hall, Joanne Curtis
Sound Design: Tim Owens
Dubbing Mix: Ben Peace
Original Score: William Goodchild
Musicians: Kwesi Edman, David Oliver, Nick Pullin, Joanna Swan, Emily Wilmot
Distributed by Blue Ant International