About Ian Stuttard
Ian 'Butch' Stuttard is a multi-award winning Director who has made films for all the major broadcasters, ranging from the BBC’s Panorama to Al Jazeera:
- The Unknown Famine (ITV – Bafta 1975 / RTS 1974)
- Crime Inc. (ITV – nominated for Bafta 1984)
- Hooligan (ITV – 1985)
- Shooting the Messenger (Al Jazeera – nominated for an International Emmy 2009)
- Burma Boy (Al Jazeera - winner CINE Golden Eagle Award 2012)
2000 Men Down Under (TV mini-series)
1996 Eurocops 96 (TV documentary) 16mm film about the policing of the Football Tournament
1995 Peaceful Exit (documentary)
1990 Yellowthread Street (TV series)
– Chinese Boxes (1990)
– The Red Pole (1990)
– Power Play (1990)
1986 Spear of the Nation: The Story of the African National Congress (TV documentary)
1985 Hooligan (TV documentary) Documentary which examines the motivation behind the organisation of football violence by groups such as West Ham's "Inter-City Firm", who often travel by first class ticket. ...
1984 Crime Inc. (TV series documentary) the award-winning Crime Inc. tells the true story behind the world's most powerful crime syndicate, the Mob, La Cosa Nostra or The Mafia.
1981 The Troubles (TV series documentary) Six-part documentary series looking at Northern Ireland from the perspective of recent Irish history.