Footloose was established in 2005 to bring together our many years of experience in documentary and factual filming.

A Tale of Two Castles - a 6 part documentary series for ITV West & Westcountry was our second series for ITV after producing the 4 part Up on the Downs. Other series we have directed and filmed include Exmoor Encounters for ITV West & Westcountry, Border Country for BBC2 Wales, Making Mimi - a documentary about Middle Eastern Dance, Meltdown - a series about global warming, and content for many dozens of other factual programmes and corporate films. A huge variety of subject & location which gives us a great depth of experience to draw on.

We left our BBC camera careers to pursue film-making and for the next 3 years travelled in Asia with a camera, researching and filming our own stories many of which were shown on WTN's Earthwatch and Roving Report series. In addition to the many years working in UK broadcast our experience abroad is one of our strengths.

Over the last 15 years we have produced & filmed in many parts of the World working for organisations such as
WWF International, IFAW ,UNFPA, ILO and WHO. Three of these films have won Awards for Creative Excellence at the US International Film Festival held in Los Angeles. This work has taken us to many remote, sometimes difficult to get to but always fascinating parts of the World - from Mongolia to the Galapagos Islands; Zimbabwe to Siberia.

Other locations we’ve worked in include
Philippines, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Grenada, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Tunisia, Senegal, Ghana, Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Australia, U.S., Canada & Europe from the Mediterranean to the Lofoten Islands.
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