STEVE BELL and MALCOLM GUITE
LIVE AT THE WEST END: AN EVENING OF STORY, SONG and FRIENDSHIP

TV Performance Documentary – 72 Minutes
Featuring Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite
Directed by Andrew Wall

Produced by Dave Zeglinski and Andrew Wall
Executive Produced by Kyle Bornais

COMPLETED 2016
Coming soon on DVD / Blu-Ray
Broadcaster TBA

A unique evening of song, poetry and everything in between. The creative collaboration of Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite is sure to nourish your soul. This recording includes songs “Keening for the Dawn” and “Deep Calls to Deep” as well as readings from Dr. Guite’s Sounding The Seasons and more. Filmed live in 2013 at the West End Cultural Center in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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latwe_steveforwebSTEVE BELL is a songwriter, storyteller, and troubadour for our time. Over the course of a 25 year solo career, he has been sharing a message of love, hope and faith through songs, stories, and writings. He is a purveyor of truth and beauty and champion of kindness, on a focused mission to “encourage Christian faith and thoughtful living through artful word and song. He is a mentor to many, and an advocate of numerous meaningful causes.

latwe_malcolmforwebMALCOLM GUITE is a beloved English poet/priest (renowned for his thoughtful and popular revival of the sonnet form) currently residing outside Cambridge where he serves as Chaplain of Girton College. Author of six
books (more on the way) and a new CD, Songs & Sonnets, he travels around Great Britain and North America to present lectures, concerts, and poetry readings.

An incredible display of honesty, brilliance, and faith. Bell and Guite deliver a unique blend of story and song that invariably leaves you with the realization that you have experienced an amazing journey simply by having been around them.

Paul H. Boge

Festival Director, Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival

To experience Steve and Malcolm in concert is to be invited to eavesdrop on a friendship marked by deep mutual respect, sparkling creativity, and joyous laughter.

Jamie Howison

Anglican Church of Canada