In 2010, Lyne joined the BBC programme Film 2010. Host Claudia Winkleman approached him using Twitter, saying that she was 'obsessed' with his website and that she would 'bloody kill' for him to be on the show. Lyne left the show after one season.
In 2016, Lyne crowd-funded a 607-minute film of white paint drying on a brick wall to be submitted to the British Board of Film Classification in a protest against censorship and mandatory classification. On 26 January 2016, the film was given a U rating for 'no material likely to offend or harm'.
- Beyond Clueless (2014)
- Copy Cat (2015)
- Fear Itself (2015)
- Paint Drying (2016)
- Fish Story (2017)
- Personal Truth (2017)
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- I am um, obsessed by your website. Please can you DM me a phone number or email. Sorry. Have a question..... @claudiawinkel
- CORRECT. I'd bloody KILL for you to do our show. KILL. right. night night. @claudiawinkel
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