Rather than edit together a showreel of the best bits, we'd rather just show you the work, so here's a few examples of projects we've worked on, or use the links below to explore each section further.


•   FILM - Public Sector   •   FILM - Documentary   •   ARTS - Exhibition   •   ARTS - Documentary   •   


Out of Ice

Out of Ice is a series of short films and art installation, produced whilst working with artist Elizabeth Ogilvie. This involved producing short documentary films, shot on location in Greenland, about the melting polar ice.

The films are constructed from interviews conducted with Inuit from the town of Ilulissat and intercut with environmental footage shot from a variety locations, such as from a boat in amongst the icebergs, at the edge of the sea ice and on the polar ice cap.

The films were exhibited as part of a major exhibition at the P3 Gallery, which is part of Westminster University, London.

www.outofice.org.uk


Real Voices:

Real Voices: is a series of four films that give young people, who are either living in care or have lived in care, the opportunity to talk openly about their experiences of growing up in the care system.
These films were commissioned by the Care Inspectorate.

www.careinspectorate.com


A2B/Robert Callender

Before his death in the summer of 2011, the artist Robert Callender and his wife Elizabeth Ogilvie discussed a retrospective of his work, in the form of a publication: A2B.

Robert conceived of this not as a book, but more a selection of small pieces collected in a 'rummage-box' or treasure trove.

Schedule D produced the film A2B for this beautiful edition using a mixture of archive film and contemporary footage.

www.robertcallender.co.uk


Leaving Care, The Next Step

Leaving Care, The Next Step is a film in which young people talk about their experiences of leaving care.
This film was commissioned by the Care Inspectorate.

www.careinspectorate.com


Le Sirenuse

Le Sirenuse was produced in collaboration with Carrie Fertig, Alistair MacDonald and Stuart Brown and was the result of a residency at Lyth Art Centre in Caithness, Scotland.

Le Sirenuse is Italian for both mythological sirens and a specific location of islands in Italy where they were said to have lived and lured men to their death.

This trailer is the first scene.

Carrie Fertig - www.carriefertig.com

Alistair MacDonald - www.alistairmacdonald.co.uk

Stuart Brown - www.stu-brown.com 


Dundee Contemporary Arts. Artist Interpretation Interviews

Since 2001, Schedule has been producing the interpretation films for DCA, which are used as part of the education programme.

These films are intended to improve the knowledge and understanding of the exhibitions of the gallery visitors and consist of an interview with the artist(s) and/or curator of the exhibition, which is conducted in the gallery.

This one is American artist Jim Campbell talking about his show Indirect Imaging. 

www.dca.org.uk

www.jimcampbell.tv