Talk us through the film you want and and we will work closely with you to make it happen. Browse this page for examples of projects we have completed
Use video to get information across succinctly in an engaging way
Train many people with a single video that can be referred to again and again
Use social media to promote your brand, product or organisation
Tell a story, record important events or evidence a body of work
“I think this is wonderful – thank you so very much for all the time and energy that you have put into this project. I really love the whole story-arc of the video; it’s absolutely lovely and I’m sure that it will be effective in generating hirers for us. I wasn’t sure what to expect but this has exceeded my expectations substantially. Thank you!!”Andrew Lawes (Safewise Bournemouth)
Safewise Bournemouth is an award-winning safety education centre. The centres main feature is a fabulous indoor village used for training and to teach children about potential safety hazards. The centre also has a number of unique function rooms as well as a new state of the art IT suite.
Safewise wanted promote it’s facilities more widely and approached us to make a promotional film for their website and sharing on social media.
“I welcome Access Dorset’s approach in giving voice to experience through their connection with their community and their innovative use of film” Olivia Butterworth, Head of Public Voice, NHS England
Better Together was an initiative in Dorset bringing together a partnership of councils, NHS trusts and CCG’s to deliver a more “joined-up” healthcare service. Having previously made a film about Better Together, the partnership approached us to make a short film interviewing key figures. It was then used as part of the workforce development they were doing.
In this example the partnership chose the interviewees and questions.
“It’s everything I wanted it to be I love it!”Peter Hawkins
Documenting a Passion
Sounds From The Seafront
Weymouth man, Peter Hawkins, is passionate about fairground organs!
A friendship club that Peter is part of, contacted us to tell us about a project he was working on to bring a fairground organ to Weymouth seafront. The group wanted to document what Peter was doing as well as convey his passion. They asked if we could make a short film that would do this, and we accepted.
Want to explore your film idea? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.