Co-Producer Patrick Kingwell and Filmmaker Stewart Hajdukiewicz during filming in York. Photograph by Barry Marsh.

ALL MY LIFE'S BURIED HERE is a film by Stewart Hajdukiewicz (b. Leicester, 1979).

An independent filmmaker responsible for a number of short documentaries under his HajduKino Productions banner, this will be the director's first feature-length documentary.

The more you look into Butterworth's life and music, the more surprising it seems that no film has ever been made about him. ALL MY LIFE'S BURIED HERE is Hajdukiewicz's contribution towards redressing this omission. As well as providing a unique chance to work with Butterworth's expressive music, taking on this project also afforded the filmmaker the opportunity to acknowledge the profound influence of English folk song upon Butterworth and the wider Edwardian English musical renaissance, as well as to reflect on the terrible human cost of war through the prism of Butterworth's story.

Director's Filmography:

IT'S OUR PARK (36', 2014)
A film about Southwark Park in the Summer of 2014 .

WELLBELOVED (17', 2014)
Exploring the real ingredients of the perfect steak pie at Wellbeloved butchers, Deptford, south-east London. *Official Selection, London East End Film Festival 2015 / Belgrade Ethnographic Film Festival 2015.

EDDIE PREVOST'S BLOOD (27', 2013)
Portrait of the pioneering British experimental percussionist Eddie Prévost.

SON KORUYUCU (The Last Warden) (7', 2013)
Profile of the last film shop in London and its owner, Umit Mesut.