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Julian L. Brunone Julian L. Brunone - Film Editor (BFS)

BAFAP History

Our philosophy at BAFAP, is to bring public attention to subjects and people, that, owing to lack of funds or commercial interest, would normally not be considered.

BAFAP began life in 1984. At that time, solely as a demo recording arm to various personal musical endeavors and sound projects. This eventually expanded into recording demo tapes for local bands in the Harrogate area, Yorkshire, England.

BAFAP went into hiatus between 1989-1993 due to commitments with art and film studies, however, began operations once more, firstly with musical ventures and then, film and video from 1996.

Here at BAFAP we have also produced posters for concerts and events. One of the most recent, (pictured left), was for the Coro Europae Cantores concert featuring Johannes Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem. It was ultimately not used, due to it's radical re-design of the choir's existing image.

Since 2002 film and video productions have been the mainstay of BAFAP, creating promos, travelogues and documentaries.




BAFAP film / video Productions


(in development) Vegetarian Vampire (drama)
(in development) As yet untitled jazz duo (EPK)
2011 Ennio Furiesi e il Chiarugi (documentary)
50 (documentary)
2010 Martin Gmeiner (corporate)
2009 White Wedding (corporate)
2006 Shortcuts: Take Me To The River (promo)
2005 A Little Bit of San Francisco (travelogue)
2003 Maze: Up and Coming (promo and documentary)
2002 The Birthday Card (short film)
Ich bin Glücklich (travelogue)
1996 The Lasagne Men (EPK documentary)