Film, TV & Digital

Worldmark was formed to produce the Official Film of the 1976 Innsbruck Olympics, “White Rock” starring James Coburn and featuring a soundtrack by Rick Wakeman. This was followed by The Riddle of the Sands starring Simon MacCorkindale and Jenny Agutter. We then built a reputation for making sports documentaries and produced four official films of the FIFA World Cup featuring Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Sean Bean and Edward Woodward, in addition to films of the Rugby World Cup and European Championships. We have continued to produce numerous documentaries, TV series and the odd feature film. Productions include “Supermilers” for Channel 4, Trinity starring Stephen Moyer,  “Gary’s Golden Boots for the BBC and the acclaimed ‘Living with Lions.’

For a while the Worldmark team sank their teeth into the world of 3D programming, producing a number of world 3D firsts, working on some exciting, albeit challenging projects. These included live transmissions of Giselle from the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg, live broadcasts of Wimbledon tennis for three years, the first 3D observational documentary series – “Safari Park Adventure”, Alice Cooper’s Halloween Show and the Human Body in 3D.

Most recently we have been producing short form series for digital and broadcast including “Gamers Vs” for the Olympic Channel and NBC, and “Animal TV” for CBBC. We also produce “Caught on Dash Cam” for Sky, Channel 7, distributed by TCB Media Rights.

We have an ongoing development slate of projects that includes feature films, documentaries and TV series.