Short films have a unique power to bring messages alive to audiences.

We work help organisations do initial scoping and planning to develop really strong film briefs. This often involves working alongside comms teams, clinical colleagues or policy experts, doing preliminary interviews with film participants and working on scripts, ready for you to press ahead with production.


Play therapy for one-sided weakness in children

The REACH service at Evelina London Children’s Hospital is a rehabilitation service for children with hemiplegia (movement difficulties of one side of the body).

Introducing non-epileptic attack disorder

​Three young women describe their experience of this misunderstood condition and treatment at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital

Having an EEG in hospital
Having an EEG at home

Having an EEG at home and Having an EEG in hospital

​Two films about EEGs: one preparing children for EEG in hospital and the other explaining to parents how to use equipment for a home test. For Evelina London Children’s Hospital.


A&E Trilogy

​A trilogy describing a quality improvement programme on the A&E unit at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust from the perspectives of a volunteer, a receptionist, and a clinician

My Care, My Voice

​Adults with learning disabilities share what it feels like to not be heard, and staff explain how they have learnt to communicate better with these patients

One question

​Children with life-limiting illness and their families talk about what life would be like without Richard House Children’s Hospice

Supporting people living with cancer

​People who have had cancer and their loved ones describe how they have been supported by Dimbleby Cancer Care

Involving patients in designing cancer care

​A film showcasing groundbreaking work at Guys and St Thomas’ to involve patients at every stage of designing services in the new Cancer Centre