director and choreographer
Lanre is a director and choreographer interested in developing timely, socially engaged work using a unique fusion of hip-hop dance, physical theatre and dialogue. He was commissioned by the BFI Doc Society to make his hybrid dance-documentary film The Circle, which will have its world premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest this year. His first film Figure won multiple awards and screened at festivals around the world including the BAFTA-qualifying Aesthetica Film Festival. He was the choreographer and movement artist on the British Council film Dear Mr. Shakespeare, which premiered at Sundance 2017.
Alistair produced Landline which won Best Documentary Short at the Griersons 2018 and co-produced Kingdom of Us which won the Grierson Award for Best Documentary at LFF 2017. As line-producer, his credits include the edit and post of American Honey, which won the Jury Prize at Cannes 2016, and Arcade Fire: The Reflektor Tapes which screened at TIFF 2015. Other credits include Hands Up, Chin Down (Sheffield Doc/Fest 2018), Dear Araucaria (Audience award winner at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015) and Minimus (BFI LFF 2013). He has also produced short form content for the last 10 years.