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From Baptism to Last Rites, PRIEST follows Father Paul Grogan as he tends to his parish in a deprived area of Bradford, aware of the need to re-establish trust in the clergy of the Roman Catholic Church. This is the third in the trilogy of films about faith by Michael Whyte, following NO GREATER LOVE and RELICS AND ROSES.
“This film provides a ‘fly-on-the-wall’ view of the day to day life and ministry of a Catholic parish priest. It captures the breadth of ministry and demonstrates the privileged access that a priest is given to the lives of people during vital moments of great joy and profound grief. Frankly and honestly, it depicts some of the highs and lows in parish ministry but also allows the deep personal faith and commitment of the priest to shine through in all that he undertakes in the name of Christ and the Church.”
Bishop of Leeds, the Right Reverend Marcus Stock
Orhan Pamuk – Turkey’s Nobel laureate for Literature – opens a museum in Istanbul. A museum that’s a fiction: its objects trace a tale of doomed love in 1970’s Istanbul. Innocence of Memories takes a tour of the objects as the starting point for a trip through love stories, landscapes and the chemistry of the city.View More
None Of Us Are As Unique As We Think.
The organisation BRAND NEW-U identifies networks of Identicals – “people who walk like you, talk like you, but are walking through different, better lives” – and helps their customers make a life upgrade: eliminating the Better-Life donor, and relocating their client to that Brand New life. But errors can occur, and a Brand New life can cost more than expected.
Identicals follows SLATER as he is forced to move through a series of parallel lives. He becomes more and more obsessed as he tries to find the lover he lost, but what he must find in the end is himself.
Identicals takes elements of science-fiction movies and thrillers, strips them down, and re-mixes them into a looping dream-logic to create a contemporary allegory of our search for identity and human connection in our rootless, media-saturated worlds.View More
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A moving portrait of the photographer Jane Bown: her quiet determination working in an almost exclusively male world; her unique working method; how the sorrow of her early childhood informed her unique photographic style. It includes interviews with Rankin, Edna O’Brien and Don McCullin as well as the many iconic photographs by Jane that span her six decade career including her portraits of Samuel Beckett, Mick Jagger, Queen Elizabeth II and Bjork, to mention a few.View More
The BAFTA-winning feature adaptation of Niall Griffiths’ acclaimed novel. A raw compelling passionate love story set against the backdrop of a highly cinematic Liverpool.View More
Relics and Roses follows the first tour of the relics of Saint Therese to England as they visit Cathedrals, small parish churches, a Hospice and a Prison. Over 300,000 people turned out to venerate the relics. It is a remarkable film capturing the adoration and critics who likened that veneration to superstition. A surprising and moving portrait of 21st Century humanity.View More
After ten years of correspondence, Michael Whyte was given unprecedented access to the Carmelite Monastery in London’s Notting Hill Gate.
“This is a beautiful inspiring study of a way of life defiantly at odds with the glitzy priorities of the outside world.”View More
This cross-media documentary (film, installation and website) explores the life and writings of Daniel Paul Schreber. Now famous as an Outsider Artist, Schreber was a successful lawyer, who in 1893, started to receive messages from God via a ‘Writing Down Machine’ that spanned the cosmos. He spent the next nine years confined to an asylum: this is his story.View More
Hot Property Films for Channel 4 and the London Film School produced a workshop with Abbas Kiarostami and 25 film makers, four of the films produced during the workshop were broadcast on Channel 4.View More
An epic movie of an archetypal life, told using found footage taken from across the last 100 years of cinema, scored by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead. The film was released with a ground breaking web site that tells more than 600 stories of the archive clips within the film.View More
A very sexy and lusciously rendered cybersex solution to the all too familiar predicament of lesbian heartbreak.View More
A documentary for Channel 4 by Michael Whyte and Mary Holland exploring the Shankhill community.View More
This dream we call life. Quay Brothers first live action feature film.View More
Arts mockumnetary for Channel 4 about second hand book dealing with Iain Sinclair.View More
A little boy plays with a magical ray gun, and finds himself trapped in worlds within worlds. Digital FX in a live action world.View More