"Bite Size Movies has brilliantly captured the essence of so many campaigns and community projects, that I've been part of, in a way that is close-up, concise, entertaining, affordable and easy to share with the world. Much appreciated"

Duncan Blinkhorn (PatchFest, BikeTrain, Lewes Road for Clean Air & Lewes Road Community Garden)


Formed in 2007 and based in Brighton, Bite Size Movies specializes in making affordable short and feature length films for campaign groups, community projects and other related activities and also provides a digital video service both for professional grant assisted groups and NGOs alike.


Aside from Community and Campaign based film work we have an eclectic turnover which includes music videos, charity events, theatrical promos and legal work. Our clients have included:  Brighton & Hove Council, Crime Reduction Initiative,  AMAZE, The Scarman Trust, Albion In the Community, Greenpeace and Families Against Corporate Killers, amongst many others. A lot of our work is used for group websites, conferences and seminars, promoting awareness of charities, social causes and green issues.

Bite Size Movies also run regular kids 'genre' based film making courses and after school clubs in the local area, which have fast become hugely popular with the   finished filims the kids make screened at the local cinema the dukes@komedia.


We also provide a 'one to one' digital video film tuition course for adults and children. All of our courses are flexible and provide a kick start to get kids and adults alike into film making.  


On commissioned film work we operate a sliding scale price ethos and thus make our films within the budget of many small traders, charities and community groups or events.


Please get in contact if you would like to commission or discuss the prospect of making a film or would like to attend a course. All the new projects, course information and how to book are on this website, as well as examples of the film we produce.





"Bite Size Movies have collaborated with us on a number of projects, they have consistently shown themselves to be a professional outfit of the highest quality, very reasonably priced, with a fine attention to the small and so important details,they take a creative approach and have an excellent teaching method with children and vulnerable adults." - Graham Shackell Project coordinator of The Artreach Project (charitable organisation).


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  • Judi Thomas (Tuesday, August 11 15 12:55 am BST)

    I'd love to book a place for my 11 yr old son on the nerd battle movie course! Brilliant!

  • Madeleine Furminger (Monday, July 06 15 11:02 am BST)

    Hi, we spoke on Facebook. To book, should I just make a BACS payment to you? I didn't know if you had different courses so want to make sure she gets onto the correct one. I can make payment today if
    you could confirm. Thanks.

  • Julie Mason (Wednesday, May 20 15 05:09 pm BST)

    Hello, I have just noticed your course for May half term 2015. I have 2 boys aged 10 and 12 and this looks a great thing for them to do. Are there still spaces left?

  • Anita Bhardwaj (Tuesday, April 14 15 02:46 pm BST)

    Please can you tell me how I can book spaces on to the kids film making course in May halfterm.

  • Tanya Foreman (Friday, February 20 15 06:46 am GMT)

    what a Fantastic opportunity for children of all ages and an experience that caters for every imagination.

  • nicola (Sunday, February 01 15 10:17 am GMT)

    My 9 year old son is really interested in learning how to make films. Do you have any courses, after school clubs etc in the hove/Hangleton area?

  • nicola (Sunday, February 01 15 10:15 am GMT)

    My 9 year old so is really interested in learning how to make a film, do you have any suitable courses/ after school clubs etc in hove/ Hangleton area?

  • barri costello (Tuesday, December 16 14 03:04 pm GMT)

    My name is Barri Costello and I\'ll be presenting The Brighton Film Show - a new chat show on Radio Reverb covering films and film-making in Brighton; with special features, interviews, and film
    reviews; as well as all the latest news & events from the Brighton Film community.

    I was hoping that someone from your organisation would be able to come into out January show and talk about the work that you do in supporting the film-making community in Brighton?

    The interview itself would be no longer than 10-15 minutes and the show is recorded at the Reverb studios off Trafalgar St?

    I am also thinking of attending your Zombie Film-making course and recording a piece about the experience for the show, is that something that would be ok with you guys?

    I look forward to hearing from you.



  • genevra Jolie (Sunday, September 28 14 06:40 pm BST)

    Hello there, my son and I would love to attend a workshop. He is 9 years old so I am not sure what you would have on offer? I would be happy to work together with him in a workshop environment or
    perhaps you have something specific for kids. Thanks

  • Sylvia Bluck (Monday, February 24 14 12:54 pm GMT)

    My 11 year old son Jack would like to do the course on 7/8 April. His friend Noah Parkes is also booking and 2 other friends may also be interested.

  • sarah jane smith (Wednesday, July 03 13 03:05 pm BST)

    Please can I book my daughter into the course at old boat corner on 29 and 30 july

  • Hatt eaton (Thursday, January 31 13 08:24 pm GMT)

    Can I have info for my son to join your kids course in February. He is 11 and has already started making films and would like to do the course.

  • june rowlands (Wednesday, August 01 12 09:43 am BST)

    what a niche market, well done, will pass this on!

  • june rowlands (Wednesday, August 01 12 09:42 am BST)

    What a niche market, well done and will pass this on!