Artwell Films is a film production company offering a start to finish video production service including concept development, scriptwriting, shooting, directing and full post production services. We showcase the amazing work that public sector and non-profit organisations do to invest in community health whether it be through an art class for isolated residents or a service hub to support residents with benefits. We specialise in capturing the impact that a programme or intervention is having on people, interviewing service users and organisers to tell the story. We believe video is the perfect way to show the success of your project and provide the evidence you need to secure future funding.
Christopher began studying Film & Television Production in 2008 specialising initially with screenwriting before moving onto directing. He has written and produced several short films and written two feature films, one of which is currently in development. His strengths are script doctoring and meticulous creative editing. Christopher is keen to share the beauty of community work that often goes unseen. He is currently working with the Islington Council Community Development Team to showcase the many projects they run within the borough.
Tassa’s background in Anthropology, Education and Psychology, along with her extensive experience in the public and private sector has developed her aptitude for anticipating and supporting individual and organisational needs. She enjoys reaching out into the community, developing and building positive working relationships. Tassa is passionate about community development work and ensuring it is well funded. Qualitative research experiences gives Tassa the ability to draw out the feedback from participants that is so important to illustrate a programme’s worth.
After studying Performing Arts and Film & Television Production, Emma worked as a Film & Theatre Director as well as a freelance filmmaker. She was commissioned by the Australia Council for the Arts and Arts Victoria to collaborate with artists and integrate film into their work. Recently, two of her short films were funded by the BFI Network and Northern Ireland Screen, who have also invested in one of her feature scripts. Emma is a unique storyteller, challenging gender stereotypes and drawing out raw emotion in her directing and editing.