Based in Belfast, we’ll make your story engaging, high impact and shareable.
We make videos that help clients express themselves and connect with their audience.
Founded in 2012, we believe that blending film and storytelling can create the most meaningful and enduring social media experiences. Since day one, we have embraced this formula, producing powerful films, made to share.
As an independent local business, we value building long-term relationships with clients from a wide range of disciplines, backgrounds and causes.
Take a look at our portfolio. We’ve worked on amazing projects, making videos that we’re proud to put our name to. We’ve helped our clients uncover the most powerful and honest ways to connect with their audience, through the merits of carefully crafted video.
To celebrate one year in business, Madame Cocoa set out on the mammoth task of recreating Belfast City Hall in gingerbread form.
The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission held a major international symposium on ‘Human Rights and Culture’ on the 1st of July at the University of Ulster, as part of Derry/Londonderry City of Culture 2013.
Joe, who is 85 years old, took up art at the age of 82. From Newry in County Down, he currently has an art exhibition in his spare bedroom.
Joe is part of the ‘Acting Up’ group, where he became the oldest performing actor in Northern Ireland.
‘The Way I See It’ reflects on rape and sexual assault from the perspective of a survivor. As she comes to terms with how she feels, her experience reveals how damaging the culture of victim-blaming is for women. This film was produced in partnership with Belfast Feminist Network, who believe that more needs to be done to emphasise that rape is never acceptable.
***PLEASE NOTE: THIS STORY IS PORTRAYED BY AN ACTRESS***
Perfect summer sunshine in September, an ecstatic bride and groom, the majestic surroundings of Cabra Castle… what more could you ask for?
Filmed by Matt and Abby.
Edited by Matt.On a mobile device? Watch here!
The first event of its kind in Northern Ireland, ‘The Imagine Arts Festival for Older People’ took place at the Belfast Waterfront on the 8th and 9th of June. By showcasing a host of incredible arts events, performances and workshops exclusively for older people, the aim of the Older People’s Arts Festival was to celebrate older people’s enjoyment of and participation in the arts in Northern Ireland.On a mobile device? Watch here!
Miss Northern Ireland 2012, Tiffany Brien, begins her first full length marathon, running for Northern Ireland Hospice. Meanwhile, Hospice staff, supporters and friends aim to set up Belfast Marathon’s ‘biggest cheer-point’ at mile 25.
South Belfast ACT had their public launch in Queen’s Students Union on April 24th. South Belfast ACT are a community based group who are standing up against human trafficking in Belfast, Northern Ireland.