Royal Television Society

Uprooted fully release online! by Ross Domoney

We are pleased to announce that the award winning documentary ‘Uprooted’ has been fully released online.

Thanks to everyone who was involved.

In the middle of a rapidly changing London, a housing crisis rips through the capital eating up communities and council estates along the way. Two lives intertwine as they are forced to say goodbye to their memories at Myatt’s Field North estate in Brixton.

Documentary length 26.37

This film is copyright of the National Film and Television School. The film is free to be shared online but it must remain on it's original link (the vimeo link). No re-uploading/distributing on different platforms.

Uprooted wins best factual at prestigious Royal Television Society Awards by Ross Domoney

Miss Daily looks on at her tangerine tree as diggers knocking down the old Myatt's Field North estate inch closer to it. In 'Uprooted' the tree becomes a symbol of resistance as many residents are sad to loose old memories as their homes are bulldozed. 

Miss Daily looks on at her tangerine tree as diggers knocking down the old Myatt's Field North estate inch closer to it. In 'Uprooted' the tree becomes a symbol of resistance as many residents are sad to loose old memories as their homes are bulldozed. 

We are pleased to announce that the Grierson shortlisted 'Uprooted' has won the Royal Television Society best factual award. 

 “A beautifully crafted film that demonstrated a real understanding of how personal stories, powerfully told, can be used to shine a light on a wider political issue.”

A humbling thank you to the residents of Myatt's Field North who intimately shared their struggle with us. 

Thanks to the pre and post production crew who made this film possible.