In addition to commercials and
music videos, John Booth has directed a number of
documentaries. They include:
Berkeley Estate (2001)
A four-part documentary
series for HTV and Icon Films Bristol. A year
in the life of the Berkeley Estate, the oldest
family-owned estate in England. The first 3
parts (The Farmers, The Keepers and The Custodians)
document ancient farming, hunting and fishing
traditions evolving over the course of time.
In Part 4 (The Cull) the estate is plagued by
Only Ripples (1998)
An environmental documentary
about coral reef conservation. Filmed in the
Red Sea, Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt. Produced, directed,
filmed and edited by John Booth in association
with The Marine Conservation Society.
Pilot for TV series featuring
renowned musician Julian Cope. Based on Julian's
highly regarded book of the same name, it explores
stone circles and other ancient monuments of
prehistoric Britain. Made for Icon Films Bristol.