Established in 2016 by Catherine Bray, Anthony Ing and Charlie Lyne, LOOP is an independent production company based in London. We have made work for the BBC, Channel 4 and The Guardian, while our films have been shown at festivals including Sundance, Rotterdam and SXSW.

Here is some of our recent work:

Missing Episode

Written and performed by the poet Ross Sutherland, this 'bravura feat of choreography and music, staggeringly complex and almost unaccountably beautiful' (Village Voice) was commissioned by BBC Two for its Performance Live strand. ⟶ Vimeo


Fish Story

Winner of Best Short at the British Independent Film Awards and Grierson Awards, this 'miracle of tender-hearted mirth' (National Post) played at festivals including Sundance and Rotterdam, and won the Audience Award at AFI Docs 2017. ⟶ The Guardian


Day After Day

Anthony Ing's 'masterful recut' (Conor Bateman) trawls the cinematic back catalogue of Doris Day to examine the archetype she inhabited during her two decades on screen. The film received its world premiere at the 2016 Encounters Film Festival. ⟶ Nowness

Here is some of our upcoming work:

Personal Truth

Premiering in competition at IDFA 2017, Charlie Lyne's essay short takes a closer look at the stories we choose to put our faith in, and why. The film was executive produced by Field of Vision's Charlotte Cook and Laura Poitras. ⟶ IDFA



Adapted from the young adult novel by Jess Vallance, Birdy tells the story of an intense friendship between two teenage girls on the English south coast. Catherine Bray's script is in development with Creative England. ⟶ The Bookseller


Michelle Remembers

A selection of FIDLab 2017, Pia Borg's experimental documentary will explore the Satanic Panic of the 1980s, uncovering the forces at play between psychiatry, horror, television talk shows, and false memory. ⟶ FIDLab

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