The following video clips demonstrate the range and quality of work we carry out.
Clips from the Red Bull Diving at Abereiddy in North Pembrokeshire, Wales. September 2013
A few clips of this years event. Sport the locals?
Short clip from an 18min film about the spectacular wildlife you are likely to encounter while paddling around the Welsh Coast. Presenter Tom Luddington from the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Group also discusses how you can minimise your impact on the wildlife.
Short promo for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority promoting the 186 mile coast path – part of the 870 mile Wales Coast Path
2 clips from a DVD commissioned by the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Group as a guide for activity leaders. The film highlights some of the amazing marine wildlife guides are likely to encounter when they take their groups out coasteering and it encourages them act responsibly and also share some of this knowledge.
Clip from one of 5 short films about the wildlife and geology in and around the beaches of Pembrokeshire. The films and a display are housed in a mobile beach unit which is stationed at various the beaches throughout the summer in Pembrokeshire.
This is a sequence taken from a short film about the St Davids Peninsula in Pembrokeshire. Voiceover appropriately by Jamie Owen who was born in the county. Client: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
A short extract from a DVD we produced for the Hywel DDa Health Board as part of their consultation process. The DVD was sent out to every household in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire
PLANED in Pembrokeshire commissioned 16 bilingual films to demonstrate the wide range of community projects they support. This is the Welsh version of the Carew Control Tower Project.
A 6 episode series following the Restoration of Philbeach Farm in Pembrokeshire ‘a grade 2 listed wreck!’ Voiceover by Griff Rhys Jones
Promoting Girls Fun Football for the Welsh Football Trust
IN PRODUCTION. Introduction to a film for Pembrokeshire County Council – Age Friendly Communities Project.