Lancaster University Recurrent Care Film, "Turning Points"
We were commissioned by Lancaster University to make a new documentary film about their three year project on issues around recurrent care with vulnerable young women. ‘Turning Points’, is a film in which women share their stories of positive change. The film provides hope for other women in similar difficulties, who have also had children removed from their care.Find out more
It's not my fault
This summer we are in Glasgow working in partnership with The Fostering Network Scotland to create a short film about young people's experiences of living in foster careFind out more
The Mockingbird Family Model
We are delighted to have been commissioned by The Fostering Network for a second time to make a new documentary short film about The Mockingbird Family Model over the winter - a really interesting new initiative from the USA that is currently being piloted around the UK by The Fostering Network.Find out more
"Head, Heart, Hands"
We to have been commissioned by the The Fostering Network to make a new film about the current "Head, Heart, Hands" project with Foster Carers looking at the development of social pedagogy within this area.Find out more
Six films for the Social Pedagogue Development Consortium
We have been filming in London with Professor Pat Petrie of the Centre for Understanding Social Pedagogy, Thomas Coram Research Unit at UCL in July to produce six short films.These are designed to introduce the basic concepts behind social pedagogy to a wider audience. This project is in partnership with the Social Pedagogue Development Network, The Institute of Education at UCL, Jacaranda Recruiting and ThemPra.Find out more
So what do we do?
A short film compilation to give you a flavour of some of the projects we have doneFind out more
Voices of the Valley
Voices of the valley is our rural arts project currently taking place in the Rusland Valley, South Lakeland. Since launching the project in March this year we have filmed in blizzarding snow (at the spring show no less), close up on bluebells in beautiful spring sunshine and of course, who can forget the sideways torrential rain at the annual summer agricultural show? We have also been conducting interviews with local people about their lives in the valley past and present.Find out more
We are currently shooting a half hour documentary following the stories of several young people as they go through this revolutionary new foster care support programme, brought over to the UK from Oregon, USA. This will be a broadcast quality film. Excerpts have already received a premier screening in New York in Spring 2013. We are continuing to film and just about to start on a new site.Find out more
Latest project activityView all
"I thought it was good you gave us creative control, and we got to choose what we were doing usually on anything like this you get told what to do so that was the main advantage for me"