Our Work

  • Completed Features

    ad to be Normal is the story of controversial Scottish psychiatrist, R.D. Laing and the infamous anti-psychiatry experiment he ran...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • In Development

    This is a 90 minute film about the life of one of the founders of Jainism (Lord Mahavira) and also the lives of Jain pilgrims, especially focusing on the pilgrimages they undertake to Palitana, a small city in Gujarat.

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  • In Development

    A four part documentary series on counselling and psychotherapy. Although based on actual cases, the documentary is detailed and educational. Many well-known therapists talk about their work and the challenges they face on a daily basis. Lifting the lid on the psychotherapy/counselling experience, it attempts to carefully answer the question – is therapy useful?

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