Our story

Whether you are looking to make a promotional film, training video or even a full-blown drama, they should all have one thing in common – a good story. 


At Moon Watcher Media we work closely with our clients to uncover your story, helping you to identify the key messages, audience and objectives for the film.


Telling your story can mean anything from fast paced images and graphics through to a simple human tale that captivates the audience. Our job is to find the best approach that matches your aims and budget.


People often ask us how much a video costs?  And the answer is, it depends on you. All our films are tailor made and with over 20 years experience in producing corporate, promotional, training films and social issue dramas for a range of clients.  We have the creative skills and technical expertise to bring even the biggest ideas to life.


So, whether you have a full formed vision, or no idea at all, please get in touch and we will be happy to talk through your ideas.

Our work

'Last Licks' - Family Matters Institute / Dad Talk

'Last Licks?' is a short drama about Keon, a young man who is being drawn into gang life. He is confronted by a mysterious man who challenges him to an extreme and forces Keon to face what really lies beneath his dark choices.


'Last Licks' offers a powerful insight into how some young males, without paternal guidance, may turn to gangs as they seek acceptance and a 'rite of passage'.  The film delves beneath the surface and examines what underlying motivations someone might have to commit a violent act.   The film is designed to spark debate.  It was written and directed by Moon Watcher's Colin Skevington and co-produced with Horder Media.

The Lossen - Linda Marlowe (Sylvia) and

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Moon Watcher Media

1 Church End Cottages



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