Filmmaking for Voluntary Sector Organisations
We strongly believe there is a real need for the use of video in the voluntary sector. It’s vital that organisations are able to communicate clearly with the public as well as funders who increasingly seek to fund innovative, inclusive projects that give real people a voice and raise the profile of important causes. Film is an excellent way to evaluate projects, giving a rich insight into project, as well as demonstrating project outcomes and an opportunity to see the impact it has made in peoples lives. Short films offer us all a fantastic way to see the world from someone else perspective. We have a lot of experience working with user-led organisations and we pride ourselves on articulating the voices of “real people” in many of the films we make.
Apply for Funding
Give your funding bid that edge by submitting a film that conveys your proposal.
For funders that require evaluation, what better way than with a film.
Raise Your Profile
Film is a great way to raise the profile of your organisation or the work you are doing.
Hear from those we’ve worked with
Kelvin took part in Access Dorset’s citizen journalism project and we have worked with him many times. He is also a regular attendee of the filmmaking club that Gary ran in Bournemouth
The Chatterboxes is a youth action project run by disabled young people from Bournemouth, Dorset aged 13-25 years old. We have worked with this fantastic group on a number of occasions.