We talk to documentary filmmaker Tom Stubberfield, founder of Bullitt Films.
He talks about his projects with the Chilean mine rescue, the Thai cave rescue as well as Hurricane Katrina and the Kilauea eruption in Hawaii.
Tom talks about why documentaries are enjoying a golden age, the emotion of filming rescues and dropping dynamite out of a helicopter.
He tells about his travels around America, the power of human story telling and why he wants to share a Laphroaig with Martin Scorsese in his garden.
See more from Tom at www.bullittfilms.com.