About Dead Pixel Films

We are a creative video production company specialising in adventure, sports, fashion and food video content.

We produce, shoot and edit films, documentary and social video content for a variety of campaigns direct with brands or in partnership with creative agencies.  

We are not a typical corporate video production company. We strive to produce cinematic, impactful video content that tells a story or shares information utilising the latest technology and techniques.

We've worked with the likes of Asda, Pilgrims Choice, Yo! Sushi, Britannia, TBWA, Social Chain and Shoot the Moon. 


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Josh Burke, Digital Channel Manager
Go Nutrition

From concept through execution, it was an absolute pleasure to work with the guys at Dead Pixel. Their professional nature and ability to take the lead on the project made the whole process very seamless.

Check out our short documentary 'Plastic Tide' which sheds light on single use plastic in our oceans. Shot in Wales, January 2018.

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Matt Cassell
Manchester Dogs Home

All the staff involved in the video for Manchester Dogs Home had an amazing day filming the short documentary with Dead Pixel. The video is very professionally done and we could all see the passion Cal had for our cause and creating this video. We have received incredible feedback from our supporters and feel the video highlights the work we do at the home, from caring for stray’s dogs, all the way to them finding new loving homes.

Brave Waters | Outdoor Swimming Documentary

Laura Duffy, Account Manager.
Shoot the Moon

I’ve worked with Cal and the Dead Pixel team on my clients portfolio of brands. They understand exactly what we want to achieve for the target audience and they layer in ideas into our storyboards to make them really sing. A pleasure to work with. They’re passionate about what they do and it really shows in both working with them and the edits they create.

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