Journeyman Pictures

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FounderMark Stucke

Journeyman Pictures Ltd is a film distribution company based in the United Kingdom established in 1990 by Mark Stucke.[1][2] The company works as an independent sales agent for producers of short current affairs, broadcast and feature-length films, both non-fiction and fiction.[3][4][5][6]


The earliest titles distributed by the company are short reports from war zones and areas of conflict in the late 1980s to the early 2000s, produced and directed by Mark Stucke.[7] These include the 1991 report The Fall of Duhok,[8] on the Iraqi regime's retaliation to Kurdish rebels, Massacre[9] - a report on the Bor Massacre in South Sudan featuring an interview with suspected perpetrator Riek Machar, and a 1996 report on the cannibalistic supporters of Charles Taylor in Liberia's civil war - The Cannibals' War.[10]

Journeyman Pictures releases films across all platforms and territories simultaneously, as opposed to a traditional distribution model starting with a limited theatrical release.[11]

Perspectives on the Pandemic

Perspectives on the Pandemic is a documentary series with a focus on the Corona virus crisis.[12][13]

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