Green Lane Films provides video production services to ethical, charitable and holistic businesses in the UK. Creating promos for websites, showcasing charitable projects, documenting inspiring talks and creating instructional DVDs or other digital media that helps organisations get their important message out to the world.
Green Lane Films draws from 18 years experience in TV broadcast documentary production as well as video production for the charity and corporate sector.
With ethical principles at the heart of the business, using pre-loved kit shared between other film makers, second hand office furniture, recycled stationary and recycling most waste, Green Lane Films hopes to minimise its negative impact on the environment. The editing suite is totally solar powered!
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Emma Goude set up Green Lane Films in 2009 after Directing the film ’In Transition 1.0′ for The Transition Network. She saw there was a need for low cost professional video production services after The Devon School of Shiatsu asked her to create a promo film for their website.
Emma started documentary film making at the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol in 1995. 3 years later she moved into the Independent sector Directing programmes for Animal Planet, Discovery, National Geographic, HTV West and Channel 5.
In 2003 Emma followed her call to train as a Shiatsu Practitioner and returned to film making with a fresh purpose:
I came here to tell a story. And the documentary format is a powerful medium that can touch people very deeply. I like to tell stories that inspire, heal and raise consciousness.