…about what we do at Creative Touch Films. Our aim is to make television that is passionate, audacious and eye catching. Over the years we’ve won many awards and made international headlines with our diverse range of single documentaries and high volume factual series. We exposed gun and knife crime in schools long before the problem was talked about, and told the inside story of one of the country’s most extraordinary conmen. We’ve filmed in the most extreme places on earth – beneath the ice at the North Pole and in the hottest place on the planet – the Danakil desert. We’ve applied our skills and experience across a range of genres including science, social documentaries, natural history, adventure, current affairs, and original format shows. We also work in drama offering a location production service to international film crews. Have a look at some of our work then decide for yourselves just how different we are.
…was founded in 1996 by Kate Snell and Mark Dyson, and re-launched in 2003.
To date we have produced more than 100 hours of factual television from high volume series such as ‘Adventure Challenge’ to landmark one-offs such as ‘The Spy Who Stole My Life.’ Our programmes continue to sell worldwide.
Always at the forefront of new technology and creative opportunities, the company is increasingly applying its skills in the digital and wider communications world, with a number of multi-platform projects that are being rolled out over the course of the next few years. In addition, the company is increasingly expanding its literary output into TV and film drama and online multi-territory distribution.
The forthcoming feature film based on a book by Creative Touch Director Kate Snell is already being tipped for 2014 Oscar nominations. The film, starring Naomi Watts in the central role of Diana, Princess of Wales, deals with the last few years in Diana’s life, as exclusively revealed in Kate’s book “Diana: Her Last Love”. The film is due for release later this year.