Al Compton (Frontier Film) and Edward Bishop travelled to Iceland in July 2016 to make a series of short documentaries for Hálendið (The Highland Project), to help persuade the Icelandic government to turn the highland into a national park, to be owned by the Icelandic nation as a whole, stoping the spread of industrialisation across the last wilderness in Europe. They shot interviews with eight different people involved with The Highland Project over 10 days across the highland. This is Frida’s story.
When Ben Watt returned to the studio in 2014 to record his first solo album in 30 years, he asked Edward Bishop to document the process. Filmed just before the release of the award-winning album ‘Hendra’, this documentary is the inside story into the making of the album. It includes previously unseen live footage and interviews with Bernard Butler, David Gilmour and Ewan Pearson.
Jim Stephenson and Edward Bishop make occasional, short, 2 minute mini-documentaries on people in the creative industries that they find inspiring. In this film they met with and interviewed legendary graphic designer Anthony Burrill about his work and creative process.
David Gilmour appeared as a guest on Ben Watt’s last album ‘Hendra’ . This is a live version of the ‘The Levels’, performed at David Gilmour’s recording studio in Brighton.
Film documenting the writing and recording process of Tracey Thorn’s (Everything But The Girl) last album ‘Tinsel & Lights’.
Flowers and Sea Creatures are a Canadian electronic band signed to Buzzin’ Fly Records. To accompany the release of their debut album Edward was asked to travel to Montreal and spend a week with the band, making a short documentary to accompany the launch of their album.
Kate Moross is an artist working in the music industry, creating identities, album artwork and general loveliness for artists like Sam Spade, Jessie Ware and Simian Mobile Disco. Jim Stephenson and Edward met wiht her as part of their ongoing, 2 minute mini-documentaries on people in the creative industries that they find inspiring.
Ben Watt (EBTG) asked Edward to document some live performances that he and Bernard Butler were making in anticipation of the launch of his new album ‘Hendra’ and impending world tour. This was recorded at St Pancras Old Church in London.
Music video to accompany the release of ‘Joy’, the lead single from Tracey Thorn’s last album.
A rehearsal session with Ben Watt and Bernard Butler at Northern Heights Studio in North London, performing ‘Spring’ from Ben’s album ‘Hendra’.