#74 - Uncle Dugs

Uncle Dugs is from and is a DJ.

Uncle Dugs is one of the biggest advocates for the UK music genres of Jungle and Acid House. It was the music that inspired him to be a DJ over 20 years ago and is dedicated to keeping the genres alive. Before DJing became a full time job, Uncle Dugs was working as a plumberRead More

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Film Maker:

What is 1000 Londoners?

1000 Londoners is a five-year digital project which aims to create a digital portrait of a city through 1000 of the people who identify themselves with it. Over the course of the project we aim to reveal as many facets of the capital as possible, seeing city life from 1000 points of view. Click here to find out more.

How Do I Get Involved?

There are several ways to get involved:

  • As an individual, you can simply suggest a Londoner, or join one of our open workshops to help produce your own film (workshops launching soon.)
  • If you are a filmmaker, you can get involved by entering one of our competitions or open submissions. We currently have an open submission in partnership with the London Design Festival here.
  • If you work for a school, charity or community organisation, you can organise a group workshop programme. These can be organised to suit your organisation (for example as an after-school club or a holiday programme).
  • If you would like your business to get involved, you may want your staff to produce a Londoner profile as part of a CSR exercise, or you may prefer to sponsor either one or a series of Londoners.

For more information and to get in touch visit our Get Involved page

Who are Chocolate Films?

Chocolate Films is a production company based in South London. We produce video content for cinema, broadcast, and online. We work with a wide range of commercial and charity clients including Tate, The Campaign for Better Transport,  The National Autistic Society and the Institute of Directors.

We believe in encouraging all parts of society to find a voice through film and media. In tandem with our commercial work we  run an extensive workshop programme where we work with over 2500 children and young people per year.These community and youth projects are supported by any profits made on the production side of the company.

Chocolate Films was founded in founded in 2001 as a social enterprise and to this day is the only production company in the capital with the Social Enterprise Mark