Dieter Deswarte is an awarded documentary filmmaker based in London. He is a self-shooter with a distinct personal aesthetic. His intimate approach leads to a gentle kind of film making that quietly captures the beauty of ordinary life. Over the past years he has worked for a range of charities, theatre’s and arts organisations. His personal work has gained him awards and screenings at several Festivals. His most recent film “St Helena, an end to isolation” was broadcast on the BBC News Channel. He has worked with a range of vulnerable people such as young people with neurodisability, young homeless, the elderly, amputee and mental health patients. In more recent years he has also been working as a guest lecturer at the University College of London.