MadeGood.films is an award winning London based production company with a reputation for making beautiful, thought provoking documentary films.
Paul grew up with a reputation as a fighter more outside of the ring than in, and worked an honest job as a supermarket security guard. Much like Gary, Paul's intentions were always good, but it wasn't until he found the Unity Gym and became a boxing coach that he really started having an impact on ... read on ›
Bearpark is an ex-colliery town in Durham England that was badly effected by the miners 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 ... read on ›
The V&A Gallery approached MadeGood Films to produce an exhibition piece entitled Show & Tell, in which participants talk about what objects mean to them, for the new Values of Design exhibition in Shenzhen. Filmed on location in London and Shenzhen, and currently on display in Shenzhen. read on ›
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 ... read on ›
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 ›
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 ... read on ›
The London Bike Kitchen is based on an American concept that teaches it's customers to fix their own bikes. Jenni Gwiazdowski is a Californian cycle-entrepreneur who moved to London during a pivotal time in Hackney's most recent cycling revolution, and immediately spotted an opportunity to provide a ... read on ›