Unique Films for Worldwide Audiences
Bungalow Town Productions make highly individual documentaries for global audiences.The company was established in 2004 by producer Rachel Wexler and director/producer Jez Lewis.
A Portfolio of Passion
With a portfolio of films that transcend such a wide audience demographic, we tap into the universal interest that is the world in which we live.
Our films have been shown in many prestigious and valued settings outside of cinema and television including leading international film festivals, human rights festivals, the UK Parliament, and more.
Award-winning stories for worldwide audiences
Bungalow Town Productions make highly individual documentaries for global audiences. We produce critically acclaimed films distributed theatrically, on TV and DVD. We are a socially minded company which is very much reflected in the stories we tell. Our Awards and nominations include; Emmy, Peabody, Grierson, BIFA, Cinema Eye, Directors Guild of America, International Documentary Award and many more.
Jez began working with a variety of independent production companies in 2001. In 2009 he completed his debut feature documentary, Shed Your Tears And Walk Away, about the extraordinary human dramas which abound in the small rural town of his childhood. Since then Jez has continued to direct, acted as story consultant, and is executive producer on several feature documentaries.IMDb
Rachel has over 25 years’ experience in film and television, principally documentary. Her films have been broadcast in territories worldwide and have won dozens of awards including an Emmy and two Peabody Awards. Rachel also provides training as part of Future Producer School, which she devised.IMDb
"At times intensely sad, at others funny and ultimately life-affirming, this is a quietly remarkable little film."
Men Of The City
"A truly evocative slice of London in all its tawdry yet incorrigibly hopeful glory. "
"Deceptively moving… a profound tale of friendship."
Shed Your Tears & Walk Away
"Jez Lewis’ documentary is something special."
Out Of The Ashes
"An extraordinary story of the triumph of hope over expectation…"
London Evening Standard
Outside The Court
"What emerges is a provoking, touching, funny, smart and occasionally pitiful series of vignettes that are presented with care, consideration and dignity."
The Sunday Times