Dragonlight Films Ltd
Cambridge corporate and documentary film production
|Telephone:||+44 (0)7523 214 482|
|Address:||86 St Barnabas Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)|
DragonLight Films works directly with clients and agencies to produce video content that delivers results. It all starts with an initial meeting, understanding more about your organisation and moving forward with an idea for a video. That video will have an objective - increase brand awareness, promote the launch of a new product, explain a complex process or just say more about who you are and why you do it. We will then work with you to create a visual story with the right messages that delivers that objective.
If projects are large in scope, complex or just need something extra special then we bring in additional freelancers to help get the job done such as scriptwriters, animators, sound designers, voice over artists or even drone pilots. This way we avoid expensive overheads and keep our prices competitive. We only work with people we trust and with proven experience so you feel secure that your project is in safe hands.
Join Dragonlight Films to watch and debate themes arising from their new film - Ghost in the Machine - the fourth in a series of short documentary films about AI, funded by the Faraday Institute for Religion and Science and the Centre for the Future of Intelligence. The film features as part of the 2019 Cambridge Science Festival - Ground Zero Earth.
26 February 2019Read in full
Little Dragon Films has become DragonLight Films.
15 August 2018Read in full
Join Dragonlight Films at its screening of Good in the Machine, the third in a series of short documentary films made by the Faraday Institute for Religion and Science, ARM, the Centre for the Future of Intelligence and Little Dragon Films.
6 July 2018Read in full
Little Dragon Films was honoured to receive - along with Dr Beth Singler - Best Research Film of the Year, at the prestigious Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) film awards held at BAFTA this month, for the film Pain in the Machine.
21 November 2017Read in full
Little Dragon Films is proud to publicly release its 2nd documentary film "Friend in The Machine". A film by Colin Ramsay, James Uren and Dr Beth Singler. In collaboration with the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, ARM and the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence.
9 October 2017Read in full
Little Dragon Films is proud to publicly release its new film Pain in The Machine, a short documentary that considers whether robots should feel pain. This was a collaboration with two researchers, Dr Beth Singler and Dr Ewan St John Smith from the University of Cambridge.
8 November 2016Read in full