As well as our client work, as creative filmmakers we also make our own short-form films especially about topics we feel passionate about.
Brighter Futures for Children is a not-for-profit organisation based in Reading. Their aim is to provide the best opportunities for some of the town’s most vulnerable children.
Some of the young people they worked with wanted to produce a film which encouraged and reassured other children who might be starting their journey in care.
With the help of the TellyJuice team, they were able to tell their story in their own words and send a message of hope to other young people going through similar experiences.
Creative: Harry Brinn Producer: Maddie Blundell
Creative Cut is a series of mini-documentaries based on the interviews of twelve highly creative people from across the creative industry: artists, writers, photographers, designers, filmmakers, a theatre director, a neuroscientist and an art therapist.
Filmed in their studios and workspaces we get a behind-the-scenes look at their creative process as we try to find out: How can you be more creative? Are some of us naturally more creative? Why is creativity so important? How do you become financially successful? What happens if you fail in your creative pursuit? Is there enough encouragement in schools and recognition by the government for the creative industries?
Directed and interviewed by Emma Baxter. Produced by Natalie Garden.
The Second Train
Having met during NHS speech therapy lessons, five transgender women share their heartfelt stories about their journey. This 18-minute documentary was filmed in London between 2016 and 2017. We have since given the film to LGBT communities and the NHS Charing Cross Gender Clinic to educate, inspire and support.
Directed by Niall Towl. Produced by Natalie Garden.