1000 Londoners

Filmmaker: Mark Currie View all filmmakers

Mark Currie

Mark is one of the creative directors of 1000 Londoners and one of the co-founders of Chocolate Films. Twitter @markscurrie

Produced Videos of Londoners

#259 Emma is 266 Views

#201 Tracy is 1177 Views

#197 Jocelyn is 964 Views

#155 Gary is 981 Views

#142 Sarah is 2137 Views

#117 Margaret is 1759 Views

#100 Nicholas is 3035 Views

#94 Leni is 1774 Views

#92 Christina is 2799 Views

#86 Rita is 2391 Views

#76 Ben is 2143 Views

#62 John is 5004 Views

#54 Peter is 2628 Views

#34 Chris is 2350 Views

#32 Fiona is 2353 Views

#29 Glen is 2540 Views

#27 Hyacinth is 2341 Views

#25 Victoria is 3576 Views

#23 Sophie is 3298 Views

#22 Ted is 2731 Views

#21 Alexandra is 3524 Views

#19 Moira is 3896 Views

#17 Ken is 3498 Views

#16 Jennifer is 3232 Views

Posts by Mark Currie

1000 Londoners at Vue Cinemas from today!

9th May, 2014

When you think of Londoners gracing the big screen who comes to mind? Michael Caine? Rachel Weisz? Ray Winstone?  Well, from today, when you go to Vue Cinemas in Leicester Square and Piccadilly you’ll be just as likely to see Marawa, Griff or Sara. Films from 1000 Londoners can now be seen before big screen […]

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Daniel On London Live #wakeuplondon

9th May, 2014

Filmmaker Daniel Onyia was featured on London Live’s breakfast show this morning, talking about our the Londoners films being released at Vue Cinemas. Check him out here:  

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Ken Livingstone

13th Jun, 2014

Ken Livingstone was always on our Londoner wish-list. This is not for political reasons (we are hoping to get politicians from every party, and belief) it’s simply because a collection of films about 1000 Londoners in the early 21st century wouldn’t be complete without him. Few people have dedicated their lives to the city as […]

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3 films about our mothers

15th Mar, 2015

Of the seventy films so far on 1000 Londoners, three have been made by Londoners about their mothers: YVONNE Yvonne was created by Rachel Wang, one of the directors of Chocolate Films and creative director of 1000 Londoners. She has lived in South London since moving to England in the 60s, and had a successful […]

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Drivers In The 1980s – Photo Book Review

9th May, 2015

Many events took place across the city on election night, but possibly none quite as unlikely as the launch of a book of photographs of images of people driving cars in the 1980s. This was the latest edition from the boutique publisher Hoxton Mini Press, who specialise in books that document East London lives. Previous […]

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