Documentary video production

Bold Content’s specialism is in telling genuine, human-interest stories in short form documentaries.

Documentary video production is a powerful way to leave a lasting impression on your audience.

Done well, a business focussed documentary can help build employee camaraderie and confidence, increase credibility towards your customers, and allows for self-reflection and the opportunity to improve your inner workings.

At Bold Content our ethos has always been to evolve the genre of documentary and push creative boundaries. This has resulted in many interesting pieces such as Drug Runner, PF Chang and our Coca-Cola Entrepreneur School film.

We have extensive experience filming around the world through our in-house crew, and also by using our network of local crews.

A documentary made for Top Gear about the Ariel Nomad

Commissioning a video production company that you’ve never worked with before is risky. But from my very first conversation with Bold Content, I knew I was dealing with people who were both professional but also very personable.

Privacy International Campaigns Director

Our clients

Authentic storytelling and documentary filmmaking is the backbone of our company.
We have had the privilege of working with leading organisations such as the Tommy Hilfiger and innovative businesses such as Adecco and NTT Data.


We are passionate about making creative micro-documentaries that offer customers an insight into the personality of a business.

When filming documentaries we use state-of-the-art equipment featuring the SONY FS7, SONY A7S with cinematic lenses. On bigger longer-form documentaries we often use the ARRI Alexa with cinematic lenses and lighting. Our in-house production team are able to use and facilitate the best equipment possible for your production.

Feel free to pick our brains about any ideas you have for a documentary about your business 0203 637 1467

A documentary we created for Stylist as part of their branded content work with Pandora.

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