True Vision

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True Vision is a British television, film and documentary production company, which was founded in 1995 by Brian Woods with an aim to engage viewers with global issues. The company has won several BAFTAs, RFK Awards and RTS Awards for their documentary films.

Productions[edit]

  • The Dying Rooms
  • Return to the Dying Rooms
  • Eyes of a Child
  • Slavery: A Global Investigation (2001)
  • Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves? (2001)
  • School Girl Killer (2001)
  • Innocents Lost (2001)
  • How to be Happy (2001)
  • Old (2002)
  • Kids Behind Bars (2002)
  • Beating the Bullies (2003)
  • Screws: Inside Belmarsh (2004)
  • The Transplant Trade (2004)
  • Reporters at War (2004)
  • The Orphans of Nkandla (2004)
  • Dying for Drugs (2005)
  • Evicted: The Hidden Homeless (2006)
  • A World without Water (2006)
  • The Real Sex Traffic (2006)
  • Bulgaria's Abandoned Children (2007)
  • China's Stolen Children (2007)
  • An Eye for an Eye (2007)
  • Chosen (2008)
  • Mum Loves Drugs, Not Me (2008)
  • Kids, Knives & Broken Lives (2008)
  • Undercover in Tibet (2008)
  • Brought up by Booze (2009)
  • Into that Good Night (2009)
  • Bulgaria's Abandoned Children: Revisited (2009)
  • Dangerous Love (2009)
  • Bust (2009)
  • Britain's Challenging Children (2009)
  • City of Fear (2010)
  • Up in Smoke (2011)
  • Poor Kids (2011)
  • War Child/Children of Gaza (2011)
  • The Nurture Room (2011)
  • Kashmir's Torture Trail (2012)
  • Ukraine's Forgotten Children (2012)
  • Chinese Murder Mystery (2012)
  • Golden Oldies (2012)
  • Poor Kids USA: Frontline (2012)
  • The Hunt for Britain's Sex Gangs (2013)
  • Growing Up Poor - Girls (2013)
  • Growing Up Poor - Lads (2013)
  • This World: America's Poor Kids (2013)
  • Our Soldiers: Return to Civvy Street (2013)
  • Joining the Salvation Army (2014)
  • TB: Return of the Plague (2014)
  • 15,000 Kids & Counting (2014)
  • Dispatches: Breadline Kids[1][2] (2014)
  • War Child (2014)
  • Curing Cancer (2014)
  • Rich, Russian and Living in London (2014)

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