Nicola & Malcolm

We booked Curious Robin Films to capture our wedding day after watching just one of their wedding’s highlight reels. In fact, it was before we had even set our wedding date, we loved the film so much! An excellent service was provided by all from start to finish, so easy to work with pre and post wedding (and a joy to be with on the big day itself!). We met Rob in the build up to the wedding to enable him to get a feel for what we were looking for and he captured it perfectly, with the final product being delivered in a wonderfully unique wooden box.

Professional (but personable) throughout the whole process, you can tell Rob takes great pride in what he does, keeping in regular contact during the editing process post wedding to ensure we were happy, with even minor edits catered for. Thoroughly recommend using Curious Robin Films to anyone who is considering using a videographer for their wedding, you will not be disappointed. We couldn’t sing Rob’s praises more.

- Nicola & Malcolm

Charity Video Production – Featured on STV

Posted by on Dec 10, 2016 in Social Causes | No Comments

One of our main intents as a company is to work on charity video campaigns. Back in early 2015 we produced a series of fundraiser videos for the PBC Foundation for a charity fundraising event they were holding.

As part of the overall opportunity presented by the occasion to raise awareness of Primary Biliary Cholangitis (formerly known as Primary Biliary Cirrhosis). This disease is an autoimmune condition which affects the liver, sometimes resulting in cirrhosis and the requirement for a liver transplant.

The charity video films themselves are fairly basic as it was done completely pro-bono and with no budget, so only free stock music was an option. However, once a template was set up it was fairly easy to produce an edit for each competitor quickly and efficiently. Although we were applying a formula to the films i.e. interview overlaid with training b-roll, the individual circumstances and stories were all different and therefore each film was unique.

The benefit to the charity was clear, with spikes in fundraising being observed each time a fundraiser shared their video publicly. Further to this, the aim of the charity is to raise awareness of PBC and the local interest aspect of the event got picked up by the STV regional websites for Dundee and Edinburgh, which is a huge boost to potential audience exposed to information about PBC. It helps to emphasis the impact that a charity video campaign can have.

In the end, the 9 fundraisers brought in over £8500 between them, which is pretty incredible and we were happy to have played a part in helping them raise funds and awareness.

To read the article in full on the STV website, click the link below;

To learn more about the PBC Foundation, the condition of PBC and more, visit

Video is becoming the most important marketing and awareness tool for all organisations, especially charities. If you work for a charity who could benefit from high quality storytelling, get in touch today.