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A small selection of commissioned film projects produced by Dekko...

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A13: Road Movie
Independent documentary film focusing on the overlooked, hidden, and disregarded, and seeking out the beautiful and the bizarre on a journey from Victorian Whitechapel in London's East End, out along the Thames corridor to the seaside quirkiness of Southend.

Screenings: East End Film Festival, London Short Film Festival
LIFT: East on Screen, Museum of Docklands, Candid Arts

With stirring and uplifting imagery reflecting our imagined afterlife, this contemplative film offers a fascinating insight into the workings of The City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, the largest in the UK.

Commissioned by The City of London Cemetery and Crematorium

The Tardis
Based around an underground London location known as 'The Tardis', this mini-documentary follows the lives of 3 young Asians who break the mould. The audience is invited into the recesses of this amazing subterranean complex which plays host to gangster and celebrity parties alike, and all under the ever watchful eye of Jesus the resident parrot!

Commissioned by O2 Asian Film Directors Fund. Screened in 32 cinemas across UK. Winner of FourDocs Factual Film Award, Super Shorts 2006.

What Is It To You?
A creative, social-engagement film gauging the public's perception on issues of arts, culture and diversity.

Commissioned by LB Barking & Dagenham

Lighted Lady
Shot in just one night, depicting the erection of Joost Van Santen's monumental sculpture 'Lighted Lady' on a busy roundabout in East London.


Commissioned by LB Barking & Dagenham

Urban Adventure
This film is designed to encourage inner-city youth to get involved in outdoor urban adventure activities.

Commissioned by LB Tower Hamlets

Tamil Voices
A Creative Partnerships video project at Villiers High School, Southall, working with Tamil pupils to give them voice. All camerawork by the students themselves.

Winner of the Diana Anti-Bullying Award