I Thought It Were Love Trailer - 2'29" 2016
This hour-long documentary observes an East Midlands water bailiff with twin passions: The Ashby de la Zouche Canal and pike. He muses on fish and barges and our changing world as he talks to everyone he meets.
Sage Dance in Sir Robert Peel 3'07" 2015
A group of over-fifty-year-old dancers wanted to have a specific dance filmed and had thought of shooting it in a pub that was trading.
I Was The Job 3'10" 2014
A choir sings a brilliant song written by Clair Chapwell. This was filmed while the choir recorded the song for a CD.
Farewell to Earth 2'47" 2018
Farewell to Earth is a composition by Andrew Walpole. The accompanying film was shot in Suffolk during a winter's gale at high tide.
Uprooted 1'16" 2017
The artist Julia Mason won the Weiner Library International Book Art Competition for this scorched book that points to the horrors of the Holocaust.
1,000 Petty Indignities 12'47" 2016
The artist Julia Mason had successfully exhibited her numbered sheet in a church. Then she and Tony set it up in the Dalston Curve Garden and listened to the public's reactions to it.
Migrations 2'46" 2015
In the Round Chapel, Clapton, London, Simona Scotto and two dancers reflect on migration and dance without music.
Singing For The Brain - Hackney Group 9'28" 2016
Tony and his partner Serena Nuttall volunteer at this group that brings music and dance to people with a dementia diagnosis. After some months of volunteering they decided to make this film that celebrates the participants and their determination to carry on regardless.
Hackney Singers 3'55" 2017
The Hackney Singers community choir rehearse 'Carmina Burana' by Carl Orff.