Borderpoint Films was established by filmmakers Dominic Rees-Roberts and Paul Cooke to create films, TV, music promos and branded content.

Paul and Dom formed a creative partnership after meeting at Imperial College London. They have over 16 years of production experience between them, and their science backgrounds and training in documentary film-making gives them a unique voice with which to tell compelling, visually-arresting stories. 

Their first major project under the Borderpoint Films banner was CATCH - a short drama film exploring the subject of antibiotic resistance through an emotive family narrative. CATCH was selected for 18 festivals on five continents, and a wider public engagement project - including a website, expert interviews and screenings - was also created to publicise and expand upon it.


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paul cooke

Paul has produced and/or directed films including the Grierson-shortlisted Man Made Planet: Earth from Space (Channel 4), films for BBC Tomorrow's World, and Outrageous Acts of Science (Discovery Science Channel).

Dom Rees-Roberts

Dom has produced and/or directed films including Killer Cops (CBS Reality), Killer Clergy (Discovery ID), and Weekend Warriors (Yesterday).

Previous broadcasters and film festivals that Dom and Paul have exhibited work with include: