We create engaging online video for charities and businesses.

Our brains are wired to respond to stories, and if you can tell your story in a way that connects with people then you can cut through the noise.

For charities and businesses, this can make a life-changing difference.

With a background in documentary filmmaking, we understand the power of a strong narrative.

Fat Toad Films can help find the stories that matter to your audience and target the social media that will work for you, producing and optimising your video for different networks, while remaining true to your organisation’s values.

Our clients include Oxfam, the Museums Association, the MS Society, British Red Cross, and Peace Direct.

We cater for a range of budgets: whatever you have in mind get in touch to discuss how we can help tell your story.

WORK

A selection of projects by Fat Toad Films

  • Ben Noble – MS Society

    Having worked closely with Patrick at Fat Toad Films across three projects for the MS Society I can happily say that he’s fantastic to work with. He’s personable, professional, and produces great work. I can’t recommend him enough – in fact I have already recommended him directly to a colleague in another charity!

    Ben Noble – MS Society
  • Jordana Leighton – Pop Up Choir

    A big thank you to Fat Toad Films for filming our gig in Peckham. We loved the end result – especially the vox pops, which really conveyed who we are and what we do. We have been using the videos ever since on our social media channels and our profile has most certainly been raised.

    Jordana Leighton – Pop Up Choir
  • Bronia Evers – One Moment In Time

    Patrick at Fat Toad Films was excellent to work with – friendly, well organised, communicative and flexible. Throughout the filming and editing process he was open and responsive to suggestions, and offered thoughtful and creative solutions to problems. He has created something which I feel communicates very effectively what my work is about, and I’m very happy with the final short film.

    Bronia Evers – One Moment In Time