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Managing Director and Key Man, Michael Rolfe, brings a wide range of experience in Television and Film, gained over forty years in the business, to the Company.


Trained by the BBC in both Radio and, subsequently, Television Drama, and initially working for ten years on the BBC Staff, Michael has scripted, Produced and Directed both Drama and Documentary programs for BBC, Granada, Channel Four and in association with other, Independent Companies, for a range of work covering Feature Films, Television Drama, Documentary and Educational programs, the latter in both the Broadcast and Corporate arenas.


TV drama work has encompassed Play for Today, Single Plays, series and serials, and we have also as Written, Produced and Directed over 100 Corporate videos and DVD’s for blue chip companies such as BMW, Save the Children, ICI, British Airways and so on.


Michael moved into TV Drama during the last five of the Ten Golden Years of David Rose’s regime at the Birmingham Pebble Mill Studios where he was involved with such notable productions as Michael Wearings productions of The Boys from The Black Stuff and The History Man.


After Producing a number of Plays himself, Michael began to Direct , with David Rose, Peter Ansorge and Michael Wearing as Producers. Days by Eva Figes, Potato Head Blues by Bill Morrison and Bird of Prey by Ron Hutchinson were notable examples of his work there.


Following his first BAFTA nominationfor the Thriller Series ‘Bird of Prey’ Michael has also picked up a few awards alomg the way, both for TV and Training Films.


the pity of war review by caroline quint

'The Pity of War' - poetry of remembrance Review by Caroline Quint   After holding my 7 year old son tight whilst watchi... Read more

the pity of war

Readings from the poetry and prose of the First World War (1914-1918) Compiled & Directed by Michael Rolfe   Read Caroline Quint&... Read more

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