Screen 2 - Nice Work (If you can get it!)
About the Films being shown here
Nice work is an in house 'Colliewood
Films' production in six episodes and trailers about the work and dogs of Border Collie Rescue, directed by Scottish filmmaker,
Jim Closs and edited by Mike Cooke with it's footage filmed at the York centre and in the homes of
the dogs featured.
Films are in standard definition 4.3
unless otherwise stated.
The films are linked in sequence.
Under each film is a link to the next one, starting with the Teaser
Trailer and running as below.
A 30 second trailer for the 6 episode series.
A longer trailer edited from footage and
interviews in the series
Nice Work Episode 1
Episode 1 introduces
Border Collies and tells us a bit about the breed, and about Border Collie
Rescue and the York centre. We meet 'Dot' and 'Gael' at the beginning of
Gael's sheepdog training and take a look at 'Patti' in her new home.
Nice Work Episode 2
Episode 2 tells more
about how we use sheep at the centre to help assess dogs and looks at
Stock dog 'Meg' and Sheepdog 'Flash' in their new home. 'Sally' and her 8
pups are introduced and we follow more of Gael's training
Nice Work Episode 3
starts as the centre prepares for new floors in the stable Block. We
meet 'Molly', assessed, selected and rehomed to be a Search and
Rescue dog, saved by people, now saving peoples lives. 'Gael'
progresses to a larger flock and Sally and her 5 remaining pups go
Nice Work Episode 4
Episode 4 shows
a variety of dogs brought to the centre for assessment. 'Gael' goes
solo, without 'Dot' to hold her paw. We meet 'Bryn', assessed and re-homed
as a Police dog, detecting drugs, firearms and explosives. 'Sally'
has a last run with her 3 remaining pups before she is re-homed.
Nice Work Episode 5
Episode 5 introduces
'Biting Shep' and RSPCA cruelty case, 'Natalia', both referred to BCR for
behavioural modification. 'Rab' and 'Fly' - as different as chalk and
cheese - help each other in their new home. Gael helps with final
assessment of 'Sweep' and 'Trim', the last two pups from Sally's litter.
Nice Work Episode 6
Episode 6 shows
Gael, now in charge of the sheep, helping with assessments at the centre,
and gives insight as to how the charity raises some of the funds to pay
for it all. We meet Nell and her sheep, hear from a number of volunteers
at the centre, say goodbye to the dogs featured and take a last look at
what Border Collie Rescue is all about..
The film below can only be watched on YouTube and will open in a new window.
A musical trailer using a collage of footage from the series set to
"I like the way you move" by Bodyrockers