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Recently we have been lucky enough to make several films for the charitable and voluntary sector… and arts is becoming a new arena for us too.

  • The Bahar Choir in London

    The Bahar Choir in London


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  • The Centre for Vision in the Developing World

    The Centre for Vision in the Developing World

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  • The life and work of Peter Freeth

    The life and work of Peter Freeth

    Martin Freeth is developing an important film about his artist cousin Peter Freeth, RA. Peter talks about his childhood, his influences and his etching techniques, accompanied by his wife Mariolina. NO VIDEO AVAILABLE YET.

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  • On the Edge

    On the Edge

    A young man walks towards the edge of a cliff… Is he thinking of suicide? A young woman approaches him and it turns out she has a very personal connection with the place. Can she persuade him not to jump? ‘On The Edge’ explores key issues in the way the media covers depression and mental illness and asks what we can all do to help in the face of a suicide epidemic. Trailer: A trailer for a short drama about […]

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  • The Spirit of McCord

    The Spirit of McCord

    The McCord Hospital in Durban, South Africa, is an optimistic and inspiring place where where HIV has been effectively treated, against the odds. The team is driven by faith – but all faiths and none are welcome.

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  • With a little help from our friends

    With a little help from our friends

    This film celebrates the work of the Pepper Foundation which supports children with terminal illness, and also supports their families.  This is the long version of the film (19 minutes).

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  • Fit to Fly? (Medical Justice)

    Fit to Fly? (Medical Justice)

    This film supports the campaigning work of the charity Medical Justice. All too often asylum seekers and refugees are locked up without proper medical care or diagnosis.

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  • The Road to Mafélé

    The Road to Mafélé

    Before the current troubles in Mali, a unique charity called Jeunesse et Dévéloppment, supported by the Mali Development Group in the UK, was organising a range of community-scale development projects in the south of the country. This 30 minute film explores educational, medical and agricultural initiatives on a journey to remote Mafélé.

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  • Breaking the Cycle (Addaction)

    Breaking the Cycle (Addaction)

    We have made several films for Addaction featuring service users and presented by the Chief Executive Simon Antrobus.

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  • I could have danced

    I could have danced

    Emanuel Sammut, one of the UK’s leading osteopaths describes the stress and strain dancers put on their bodies and suggest ways to help.  Lilley Mitchell dances and presents!

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