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The film follows Bradley Wiggins over the course of the year and is an extraordinarily candid document of an athlete in the midst of intense competition.
In its 100-year history no British rider had won the world's
most demanding sporting event, the Tour De France. Bradley Wiggins
- A Year in Yellow is an intimate portrait of a complex character -
a man who prefers the privacy of his own shed to those of others;
who is outspoken about doping in the sport; who has been estranged
form his father, himself as professional cyclist, nearly all his
life. And a man who this year became the first British cyclist to
win the Tour. Days later he won Olympic Gold in London.
"It's a beautifully muted portrait of sporting sacrifice." -
"…this is one of the most mesmerising sports films imaginable."
- ***** TV Times
"John Dower's excellent, revealing documentary ... what's
most fascinating is the insight afforded into the enigmatic Wiggins
himself" - The Guardian
"Superb feature-length profile by John Dower, director of Thriller
in Manila" - The Times
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John directs this beautiful and moving spot for AMV.
John directs this highly cinematic spot for Sky for WCRS.
An honest and intimate portrait of what it was like to take part in one of the most dramatic boxing matches in history.
Working with Leo Burnett in Chicago, John Dower directs Pulse’s first job produced in New York – a series of commercials showing how Sprint’s Push-To-Talk phones help businesses.
British Olympian cyclist Mark Cavendish's ode to all the people that ever doubted him.
This utterly charming spot for Aviva for AMV, features two real life neighbors with tremendous character, who together converted one of their garden sheds into a 1940's type15 seater cinema and proudly tell us that 15,341 people have been there to watch a film since construction.