MadeGood.films

MadeGood.films is an award winning London based production company with a reputation for making beautiful, thought provoking doucumentary films.

In the summer of 2013 MadeGood.films followed six cyclists on a remarkable feat of endurance, that took them from the heart of London all the way along the length of Britain to Edinburgh, and back again in under five days. Travelling a little over 1400km, a distance many multiple times further than most of them had ever ridden before, they were tested physically, and faced mental challenges that ... read on ›

Bearpark is an ex-colliery town in Durham England that was badly effected by the minors strikes, and the ultimate demise of coal mining in England in the 1980's and 1990's. Gary grew up with little education in a time of severe austerity, and spent his childhood stealing food an coal to stay warm and fed. Over the years this escalated into a life of crime, and was given two prison sentences for ... read on ›

The Art of Repair is the debut short from MadeGood.films. Winning the Prodigy Auteur Prize at the Amsterdam Film Festival, and playing at the Denver Film Festival in Colorado, the East End Film Festival in London and the Portobello Film Festival. Narrated by comedian Stewart Lee, The Art of Repair celebrates the everyday heroes of the sometimes forgotten East End trades person. read on ›

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Mike Burrows is considered by many to be the doyen of British bike designers. Key to his success is a willingness to break the mould and challenge tradition in order to improve his craft. His nonconformist approach has brought a number of innovations which have redefined standards in cycle design. read on ›

A Bike Kitchen is an american concept that teaches it's customers to fix their own bikes. Japanese-American-Polish Jenni Gwiazdowski brought the concept with her from California when she moved to London several years ago. Now the London bike kitchen, located in the heart of Hoxton, provides a spiritual home to Hackney's liberal cycling community. read on ›

Andrew Denham's tiny frame building school in Frome, a quiet town in England's West Country, is causing a stir in the traditional world of hand-built bicycles. Top frame manufacturers are scratching their heads, asking how enthusiasts attended a week long introduction to brazing can produce frames to a standard that usually requires months of practice? read on ›

Stuart founded bikefix in Lambs Conduit Street, London's West End, years before anyone thought cycling was cool. Above ground resides a shop selling bikes that offer an alternative to the triangular shaped bicycle, whereas the workshop below ground houses an unlikely mix of cycle mechanics, that just might be the best in the world... read on ›