Engaging online video for charities and businesses.

People respond to stories. If you can tell your story in a way that connects with your audience then you can cut through the noise.

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

With a background in documentary filmmaking, Fat Toad Films understands the power of a strong narrative.

Find the stories that matter to your audience and target the social media that will work for you, while remaining true to your organisation’s values, with beautifully crafted video optimised for web and social media.

Clients include The National Railway Museum, Bloodwise, Oxfam, the Museums Association, the MS Society, British Red Cross, and Peace Direct.

Whatever your budget, and whatever you have in mind, get in touch to discuss how your story can be told with a compelling video.

WORK

A selection of projects by Fat Toad Films

  • Working with Fat Toad Films on our Vision 2025 film turned out to be a great decision. We knew what we wanted to say – and who we wanted to reach, but Patrick and the team helped us make that creative leap to turn it into something really powerful and visually compelling. Working with trains and children isn’t straightforward, but Patrick never settled for the easy or obvious shot. And the result is a high quality film that conveys all of the important things about our unique story. A film that we are incredibly proud to share with our supporters.

    Will White – Head of Marketing and Communications, The National Railway Museum
  • Ben Noble – Audiovisual Producer, 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 – Audiovisual Producer, 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