A still from the documentary


The Phoenix Leicester

Sunday 17th February 2019
3pm start
With audience Q&A

Tickets are available from the Phoenix box office.

The Corn Hall, Diss, South Norfolk

Wednesday 27th February 2019
Matinee 10.30am / Evening show 7.30pm
With audience Q&A

Tickets are available from the Corn Hall box office.

Lewes Depot cinema

Sunday 3 March at 2pm
With filmmaker and special guests Q&A
More details are available here. Tickets are available by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phoning 01273 525354.

Sands Films Studios, Rotherhithe

Saturday 9th March, 3pm
Includes Q&A with the filmmaker
Tickets are free, but must be booked online with eventbrite.


ALL MY LIFE'S BURIED HERE has been produced for theatrical screenings. We would like people to experience the film in the immersive and communal environment of the film theatre. To this end the producers have compiled a list of over 100 regional UK cinemas, arts centres and institutions to which they intend to make the film available. The list is hand-picked to include screens accessible from all regions of the UK, including local cinemas near the places where Butterworth lived, worked, had his music performed and collected folk songs. Wherever possible the director and contributors to the film will attend in order to participate in post-screening discussions.

Do you want to book a screening of the George Butterworth film at your venue?  We'd be delighted to bring our film to you.  To discuss setting up a screening with optional filmmakers Q&A please contact the Producers on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A DVD Edition of the film may be published at a later stage.


The world premiere at the British Library

Saturday 26 January 2019
2pm for 2.30pm start
Knowledge Centre
British Library
96 Euston Road
London NW1 2DB

There was a panel and audience discussion immediately following the screening, including the filmmaker and Anthony Murphy, George Butterworth's biographer.