The Story of QPR


R’Story, a sixty minute documentary film about Queens Park Rangers Football Club, premiered to the public at the end of February 2015. It charts the story of the club’s beginnings in 1882, through to the present day. R’Story is a tapestry of many voices that include memorable players and passionate, long-standing fans.

The film was created over a two year period, by a group of local young people, most of them unemployed. We partnered with QPR in the Community Trust to run this project, which has helped 38 young people gain vital media skills and experience. Seven of these have already found paid employment in the media industry. A further three have gained full-time work in other industries and one has gone onto full-time education. 

The full sixty minute film is available on DVD. Please contact Alexis Jones for details.

Other projects

  • Lab


  • Blank

    Kensal Voices

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    Think. Make. Create.

    A creative digital media project focusing on emotional health and wellbeing.

  • BOC

    Birth of Cool

  • Filming in Ladbroke Grove

    Waking the Dead

    The project uncovered the hidden histories of Kensal Green cemetery, one of London’s oldest public burial grounds.

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    Yo London!

    The Yo! London showcase brings together over 80 photographs that explore the connection young people have with their London and its inhabitants.

  • Reprazent


    Four films challenging common perceptions of young people in Britain (35mins51, 62mins, 26mins31, 68mins) 2013

  • Doing It Right

    Doing it Right

    A short film about sexual health. 13m58. 2013.

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    Margins to Mainstream

    Tells the story of black theatre in Britain (trailer 2mins35) 2012