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Fludded.com is a collection or articles by producer Craig Duncan about film & TV production, reviews, thoughts, opinions and takes. Looking at the media world from an insider’s perspective. Often critical, striving for balance - it’s a look at the industry with humour, patience and hopefully no political agenda.

Craig Duncan holds a MSc & PGDip in Film & Television Production and has been making TV since 1997.

Me on location. The Very Large Array (VLA) (used for the film Contact) in 2011.

Hi! I’m Craig. I’m a freelance self-shooting producer / director! Part on a break, I mainly only take on travel based freelance work shooting for long periods away from home. I love what I do. My background is journalism and I am a post grad diploma in film and TV production. I also trained as a recording studio sound engineer at George Martin’s Air Studios in London before taking on a 2 year traineeship at the BBC in the 90’s. In the 2000’s I was multi-cam directing 15 camera LIVE OB’s for BBC 1 and completed 2 series of a science and tech show with Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker.

I’ve made 6 x 1hr documentaries for Discovery and filmed in just about every country I can’t think of. In recent years I’ve enjoyed OBs doc work and some factual entertainment (you know - property shows, antiques, police and emergency stuff) and still haven’t tired of the job yet.

However, we are seeing remarkable changes happening in the industry and new people coming through and old skills being lost. I want to talk about it and also my larger hobby is contemplating the future of TV - including self-broadcasting (Twitch, TikTok, YouTube) and mainstream television & film.

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When I'm not making YouTube videos and I can be bothered, I make docs for Channel 4, Discovery, BBC or anyone who hires me. Film, TV & media commentary via https://t.co/CiSulFRUzE