Mentorn Media has been nominated for their hit digital short; Things You’ve Always Wanted to Ask a Trans Person….But Probably Shouldn’t, in the Broadcast Digital Awards.

    The short film explores what it is like to be transgender in Britain today with members of the community selecting questions they are frequently faced with.  From post operation curiosity to questions about sexual activity and which bathroom they use, the contributors answered every question with searing honesty.  

    The video was a huge hit when BBC Three released it on YouTube and Facebook where it has received more than 4.5 million views.

    It has been nominated in the Best Non-Scripted Online Short category in the Broadcast Digital Awards which take place on 29th June.


    For further information please contact Louise Plank 020 8995 3936 or lou@plankpr.com



    Mentorn Media has been named as one of Realscreen’s top production companies working in non-fiction and unscripted content, in their Global 100 list, it has been announced.

    Realscreen’s Global 100 celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, and celebrates innovation, business acumen and great content within the non-fiction and unscripted industry.

    Mentorn Media has been recognised for programmes such as Angry, White and Proud, and The Great British Benefits Hotel. Angry, White and Proud was the powerful and shocking documentary, directed by Jamie Roberts which delved into the world of the far-right in the UK, and aired on Channel 4 in January 2015; and The Great British Benefits Hotel, a documentary showing the realities of life on welfare aired on Channel 5 in August 2015.

    For further information please contact Effie Dufu on 020 8995 3945 or effie@plankpr.com

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    Channel 4 has commissioned a fast-turnaround documentary from Mentorn Media, part of the Tinopolis Group, that will look at the family canines competing to win the Scruffts title as part of the annual Crufts competition.

    Crufts is the world's largest dog show celebrating pedigree pooches, but in this one hour programme, titled 'Scruffts: Britain's Favourite Dog', the focus is on the crossbreeds most of us own as pets, who will take part in Scruffts, the nation's favourite crossbreed competition.

    Whittled down from 2000 entrants, the documentary will follow the stories of the six handlers and their six dogs as they're put through their paces in individual categories, such as Child's Best Friend, Most Handsome Dog, Golden Oldie and Best Rescue, until an overall champion is announced.

    'Scruffts: Britain's Favourite Dog', was commissioned by Anna Miralis, Channel 4 Commissioning Editor, Documentaries, and will be executive produced by Mark Roberts, Creative Director Mentorn Media, and produced by Rob McCabe for Mentorn Media.

    Anna Miralis said: "This will be an entertaining and witty programme that will have something for everyone, from the preparations to the final as the owners prepare to showcase their dogs. 'Scruffts: Britain's Favourite Dog' will give viewers a chance to see exactly what it takes to make a Scruffts champion."

    Rob McCabe said: "The Scruffts competition is a chance to shine the spotlight firmly on the crossbreed dogs that are also our lovable pets. We're delighted that Channel 4 have commissioned this programme, which will give viewers at home a warm insight not only to the contest, but to those handlers and dogs taking part."

    'Scruffts: Britain's Favourite Dog' will air on Wednesday 16th March at 8pm on Channel 4.

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