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Colin Rogal - Lighting Cameraman

Production Awards

I am very proud to have been part of the teams that made the following award winning films and television programmes. Congratulations to all.

2007 Cinequest Film Festival, Los-Angeles

"Nobody The Great" - winner of the Viewers Choice Award. Written and directed by Kara Miller

2006 New York City Short Film Festival "After 8" Winner of Best Drama Award. Written and directed by Nick Reed

2006 Grierson Award Nominee

"Tory! Tory! Tory!" Best Historical Documentary: Mentorn Productions for the BBC directed by Don Jordan, Dan Hillman and Tom McCarthy

2006 Grierson Award Nominee

"Elusive Peace -Israel and the Arabs" Best Historical Documentary: Brook Lapping Productions for the BBC directed and produced by Norma Percy and Mark Anderson

2001 Peabody Award Winner & RTS Awards Nominee & 2002 BAFTA Nominee & Grierson Award Nominee

"Endgame in Ireland" Brook Lapping for the BBC: Norma Percy, Mick Gold and Mark Anderson

1999 Indie Awards - News and Current Affairs

"Chris Patten's East and West". Oxford Television Company for the BBC. Series producer Nicolas Kent.

1998 Royal Television Society Nomination

Dispatches "Sotheby's - Under the Hammer" Clark Television for Ch. 4. Producer Sam Bagnell, director Peter Minns.

1996 Houston International Film Festival, Silver Medal

Network First - "Entertaining Angels Unawares". An investigation into the phenomena of angel sightings. Pascavision for the ITV network. Producer Sue Mallinson.

Houston International Film Festival - Silver Medal

"24 Hours - at the Grand". Fly on the wall documentary looking at life behind the scenes at Brighton's Grand Hotel. Seventh Art for Meridien. Producer Phil Grabsky.

1994 Overseas Press Club Citation

"Murder, Millionaires and the Mob" A look at business life in the new democratic Moscow. Filmed and edited by Colin Rogal. Feature Story Productions for Wall Street Journal Television. Correspondent Simon Marks.

1992 Emmy

Veteran CBS correspondent Don McNeill profiles life in Siberia in a series of short films for Discovery's World Monitor.

1992 Cine Golden Eagle

"Childhood - a Journey" 3 hour documentary for the Monitor Channel.

1991 New York Film and TV Awards - Bronze Medal

Life in the USSR for Discovery's World Monitor

1990 New York Film and TV Awards - Silver Medal

Outstanding coverage from South Africa of the weeks surrounding Nelson Mandela's release from prison. Filmed and edited by Colin Rogal for Discovery's World Monitor.

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