Our Work

  • Completed Features

    Mad to be Normal (Previously titled ‘Metanoia’) is the story of controversial Scottish psychiatrist, R.D. Laing and the infamous anti-psychiatry...

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  • Documentaries, In Production

    “Devil In The Disco” delves into the world of Electronica and the wider subject of the “French Touch” within the...

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  • Documentaries, In Development

    Using footage from Robert Mullan’s two previous documentary films, and unique ‘never before seen’ footage of  Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, our...

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  • Completed Features, Documentaries

    A QUEER COUNTRY A Queer Country explores the development of Israel’s buzzing LGBT community in Tel Aviv – recently crowned...

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  • Completed Features

    Attractive, intelligent and witty, Gitel is a successful violinist who lives in a Kuybyshev (USSR) apartment. To the outsider, Gitel has everything. But she hides a secret. This is a film which centres on the notion of ‘survivor guilt,’ especially that of Holocaust survivors.

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  • Post-production

    War of Words is a co-production with Ascension Productions. It’s a witty, controversial and inspiring feature documentary that lifts the lid on the fast growing UK battle rap scene.

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  • Completed Features

    Based on a true story, this is the love affair between a Lithuanian genius and the woman and the country he adored.

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  • In Development

    This is the true but untold story of Verrier Elwin, an English priest who travels to India to ‘convert’ the native population but, instead, becomes Mahatma Gandhi’s closest friend, fights the British Empire, falls in love with an Indian ‘tribal woman’ and ultimately becomes independent India’s (post 1947) first honorary citizen.

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  • Documentaries

    A 50 minute film on the remaining days of Axel Jensen’s life as he fought off motor neurone disease. Unique footage of Jensen and also his family, writings and cartoons. (1 x 50 minutes, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation

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  • Documentaries

    A series shot in Egypt, Morocco, India and the USA about the meaning of Sufism (3 x 30 minutes series, Channel 4)

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  • Documentaries

    An award winning and unique film, that gives a glimpse inside the ashram of the late Indian guru, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. (1 x 30 minutes, Channel 4)

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  • Documentaries

    A 30-minute film about the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his commune in Pune, India

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  • Documentaries

    A 30 minute investigation of the rise in the number of single parent mothers in the UK Caribbean community. (BBC2)

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  • Documentaries

    A week in the life of an English health farm. (Anglia)

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  • Documentaries

    A 30 minute film about ex-Tamla Motown artists attempting comebacks, featuring former Motown artists, Mary Wells, Edwin Starr, and The Elgins as they prepare to perform at a down-at-heel seaside resort. (Channel 4)

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  • Documentaries

    Unique footage of Jain monks and nuns, and the temples of Palitana (Discovery, 1999).

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  • Documentaries

    A film about Iranians living in exile, including an exclusive interview with Reza Pahlavi, the son of the last Shah of Iran. (ZDF)

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  • Documentaries

    Films on a number of women theologians and spiritual teachers around the world: India, Sri Lanka, Scotland, Germany, and the USA. (6 x 30 minute part series, Channel 4)

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  • Documentaries

    A film about the New York Hasidic-blues band, The Sway Machinery.

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  • Documentaries

    A 30 minute profile of the Venerable Sanharakshita, founder of the Western Buddhist Order. (Anglia)

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  • Documentaries

    A 60 minute film on the ex-untouchable, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, who became a Buddhist and then a politician in the Indian government. (Channel 4)

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  • Documentaries

    A 30 minute film on the refugee camps near Baku and Gada Bake, Azerbaijan. (Discovery)

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