Film makers Steve Horrocks and Liz Bloor have filmed Fidel Castro, the King of Spain, Hollywood film stars and top politicians for television companies worldwide.
Now they are striking out on their own with their independent film company Ribble Film (www.ribblefilm.co.uk) based at their home in the village of Worston.
Liz is producer/director and Steve is the cameraman, and both have won Royal Television Society awards. Liz also has a BAFTA nomination to her credit. They have more than 50 years’ experience of television production between them, and have been together as a couple for the past eight years.
They have both worked for the BBC, ITV, Channel Four and numerous independent companies, and their credits can be found on a wide range of work from current affairs classics such as “Panorama” and “Dispatches” to “Perspectives” and other high-end documentaries.
Just last year they were filming in Washington and on abeach in Thailand (pictured), but now they are enjoying working nearer home.
Liz said: “Our new company aims to bring television standards to the corporate sector. We’ll make short films for websites, training videos, recruitment drives or longer creative films, and we’ll still carry on working as freelances for the big television companies.”