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At the start of 2014, Michael Price established English Landing Films shortly after he moved to Kansas City.

Prior to this, Michael was based in the UK, where he worked as a producer for BBC TV Current Affairs, mostly for its investigative TV Panorama program.  

Some of the issues he worked on include PTSD among veterans, the war in Afghanistan, tax avoidance by multinationals, the pollution of British seas, illegal logging in Brazil, the start of the Great Recession, same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland, overtesting in English schools, female British soldiers on the frontline, the environmental cost of bottled drinking water, the impact of illegal music downloads, Britain's disappearing wildlife, the US diplomatic cables leak, and the 2011 English riots.  His final 2013 film for the BBC was an undercover expose of working conditions at an Amazon distribution center in south Wales.  

Since settling in Kansas City, Michael has made films for private clients and Kansas City Public Television.  His two recent investigative films “Evicted” and "Water Rates And Rivers", won Mid-America EMMYs in the Public Affairs Special category.  His hour-long film "Our Divided City" won the national 2017 NETA award in the Documentary category.

In addition to filmmaking, Michael teaches journalism full time at Johnson County Community College in Kansas.

He studied law at Regent’s Park College, Oxford University and then radio for a Master's Degree at Goldsmiths, University of London.

He lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with his wife, Sara. 











On February 8, 2018, Michael was interviewed by Mike Shanin on Kansas City Public Television's "Ruckus" program.