WHAT WE DO

Approach Films creates factual content and documentary films telling stories of cultural, environmental and charitable endeavours, in North Wales and across the world. We help you to tell your stories authentically, through carefully crafted content and beautifully filmed footage, to educate and inspire.

Develop ideas, research and scripting
Direct, Film, Photo, Audio
Post Production, Film and Audio
LATEST WORK

Mikindani

Mikindani lies on the shores of a lagoon north of Mtwara in Southern Tanzania. In this new film made for Mikindani Museum we can look at life in the town through the eyes of its people.

The film supports the oral history activities of Mikindani Museum, Makumbusho ya Mikindani. (‘Makumbusho’ is the Swahili word for a place of memories.) The film is presented and narrated by Somoe Robert, the museum’s Manager.

Entry to the museum will always be free, so the film will be distributed to encourage donations — from funding bodies in the UK as well as from individuals — for the continuing development of the displays and activities.

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Parc Gwledig Glynllifon

Immerse yourself in history, culture and nature as you explore one of North Wales’s finest parks.

Producing both the video and photography content for this country park saw Approach Films exploring 100 acres of impressive scenery to seek out and show off its hidden pathways, historic ruins and beautiful wildlife.

Working with heritage volunteers, park staff and workshop residents, photographs and a number of short films were created for the park’s relaunch. Our work was used across their new website and social channels to showcase the visitor’s centre and gardens.

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About

Approach films in based on Ynys Môn in North Wales run by Freya Williams. Freya has produced and directed many documentaries for broadcast television, on channels such as National Geographic, the BBC, The Smithsonian Channel, Disney + and Discovery Science.