Filmed, Directed and Produced this 1 hour documentary about Scotland's youngest sufferer of motor neurone disease.
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Synopsis: The youngest person with motor neurone disease in Scotland, Lucy Lintott, is becoming paralysed - she can no longer walk unassisted and she's losing her voice - not great for a chatterbox like Lucy. Even thoughshe's been given only a few years to live, Lucy is determined to do what 22 year olds do - including dating. Over a six-month period, this lover of food and country music reveals how she is struggling to hold on to her personality and her infectious laugh. Lucy visits Newcastle where she meets a stand-up comedian who can still crack a joke even though he can't speak. At a clinic in Edinburgh, Lucy's voice is recorded with her sister's, to create a personalised synthetic voice. And in an emotional photographic sitting with portrait photographer Rankin, Lucy confronts two polarised parts of herself - the perfect Lucy pre-diagnosis, and the broken Lucy three years after diagnosis.
A 3 part horizon series which undertook a large scale human study with 75 participants to look into the new obesity science of genes, gut hormones, and emotions. Episode 3 written and directed by Janine Finlay.
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3 x 1 hour programmes, whereby human intervention studies and other science experiments related to health are tested by 4 of the UK's most renown doctors. Including - how to reduce cancer causing compounds in BBQ-ed meat to a large scale experiment with 300 people proving that imagining eating chocolate can reduce cravings. Films and experiments Produced, Written and Directed by Janine Finlay.
A half hour BAFTA nominated programme for kids on space science - featuring a trip to see the Northern Lights, and stargazing in the Dark Sky Park in Galloway Forest in Scotland. Written and Directed by Janine Finlay.
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One woman's incredible journey to revive the disappearing art of making wine in qveri's - huge clay pots that in the ground - in Former Soviet Union Georgia, where it's believed wine making originated. A one hour documentary - Filmed and Directed by Janine Finlay.
A half hour documentary to support the EU Common Fisheries Policy campaign, to lobby politicians for more sustainable fishing methods. Case studies across Spain, Greece, Denmark and Scotland. Written, directed and offline edited by Janine Finlay.
A short video campaign, using visually and emotionally rich material to lobby UK government against oil exploitation in this remarkable, pristine jungle with some of the world's rarest species. Directed and Edited by Janine Finlay.
A short online film, broadcast by Guardian TV, which received over 1 million hits. Edited/Directed by Janine Finlay.
1 x 20 min short portfolio of the lives of the 'los pepenadores' - rubbish dump workers in Mexico. Nominated for the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival Awards, and broadcast on BBC World. Filmed and Directed by Janine Finlay.
A 1 hour documentary, in which a whole street in Stonehaven is challenged to save on their home energy by 30%. Throughout a three week period they are introduced to sustainable homes, building their own solar heat panels with aluminium cans, wind power and much more. Produced and Directed by Janine Finlay.
1 x 30 min documentary looking at sustainable schemes for travel in Norfolk UK. Filmed, Written and Directed by Janine Finlay.
A compilation film documenting some of the UK's best artists and their interpretations of the old panda collection boxes. Used as a campaign film and at the final exhibition and auction at Selfridges in London. Filmed, Directed and Edited by Janine Finlay.
A short campaign film to appeal to the 'mother' - nature the human species, in support of polar bears in the Arctic. Made with stunning underwater footage donated to WWF library. Directed, Written and Edited by Janine Finlay.
1 x 5 mins documenting one child's love of searching for dinosaur fossils on the Isle of Wight. Written and directed by Janine Finlay.
Short film to publicize WWF's 50th anniversary with the British Post Office with the sale of stamps of rare species - to raise awareness and funds. Direction and Editing by Janine Finlay.
1 x 5 min film highlighting the joys of birdwatching for a group of young RSPB Wildlife Explorers. Written and Directed by Janine Finlay.
A 15 part series, documenting the lives of vets as they treat all creatures great and small. Camera and Directing by Janine Finlay.
1 x 5 min film about the Discover Dogs Event for BBC Crufts season.
New Years Eve episode of this season of programmes profiling the lives of workers on the front line of Britain's Emergency Services. Camera / Director Janine Finlay.
Short promo compilation film to publicize this worldwide annual event where cities and people switch off the lights for one hour.
1 x 30 mins looking at green travel and activities in the Scottish Highlands. Filmed, directed and written by Janine Finlay.