I am an award-winning writer producer working with global brands, charities, and broadcasters.

 

Recently I produced two feature documentaries. Alastair Campbell Depression & Me for the BBC. Nominated for the prestigious Grierson Award and “Undercover In The Alt-Right” for Swedish State Television STV and Amazon Prime studios.

 

My cinema short Father’s Day.  Starring Ray Winstone, John Simm and Charles Dance won a Cannes Lion.

 

Other key milestones were my two-part BBC television drama Blood & Peaches about the rise of the National Front in Bradford, and three acclaimed single dramas for BBC ONE.  “The Hitch” “Your Mother Should Know” and “Come Fly With Me”.

 

My theatre play ‘Nevermind’ about Kurt Cobain played to full houses in London  New York, and Toronto.

 

My feature film Seamonsters, adapted from my Royal Court Theatre play , won best film at Nantes Film festival, and was nominated for best feature at Raindance and Austin Film festival. It has just been released on Amazon Prime to great acclaim.

 

Companies and organisations I have produced short films  for include, BBC. ITV, Paul Smith, AXA, HSBC, Fidelity, Unipart, Prostate Cancer UK. Samsung, Reckitt Benckiser, Sony, CWU, Ancestry, Taylor Wimpey, Eharmony, Travel Corporation, Canon, Cancer Research UK, Toyota, Gieves & Hawkes, O2, Visit Scotland, Kellogg’s, Johnson & Johnson, The Commonwealth.

Martin Sadofski  Writer and producer

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