BRISTOL FOOD PRODUCERS

Bristol Food Producers is a diverse network of local, independent growers, farmers, food processors and distributors working together to supply the city of Bristol with fresh, fair, local, and sustainably produced food. This short promotional film shows the main drive behind this network; access to land, access to skills, access to markets and the importance of solidarity and presence, using rotoscoping and interviews with those involved.

 

IN OUR HANDS

In Our Hands is a feature length documentary that tells the story behind the blood, sweat and tears of the farmers who are outgrowing the industrial food system in the wake of Brexit. This film has been made in association with the Landworkers' Alliance.

 

100 MILES & 2 MOUTHS

In the summer of 2015 Holly Black and Jo Barker decided to only eat food from within 100 miles of their home city Bristol, for an entire year to find out what it truly means to eat local. This documentary short follows their journey through the highs and lows as new feasts are foraged, old traditions explored and tantrums are thrown at the loss of comforting eating habits. Made in association with Going Local Going Green.

 
 
 
 

Sims Hill shared harvest crowdfunder

A short stop frame animation for Sims Hill Shared Harvest, a Bristol based community cupported agriculture project, for their crowdfunding campaign - supporting the local food revolution!

 

 

 

PLASTIC BEACH

Showcasing our interest in working with all ages of our community, Plastic Beach is a film about the people trying to combat the plastic pollution washed up on our shores and was made in association with Lilah Bachram an 8 year old activist. From shoot scheduling, storyboarding, directing and editing, Lilah was involved throughout the process.

 

Get Growing Trail

Since 2011 over 30 gardens, community growing projects and green spaces have thrown open their gates to the Get Growing Trail. This promotional film is a little window into their worlds in the summer of 2016.

 

STREET GOAt

This film was created to accompany a crowd funding campaign by community based collective Street Goat. The campaign was successful and project fully realised!