The goal of Butterfly Effect Films is to create films which will make a difference. Powerful documentaries which tell an engaging story and will travel far and wide. Short films that will be watched and shared – leaving an imprint far greater than their size. The team combines the award-winning storytelling skills and broadcast production experience of writer and producer Jo Stewart-Smith with the talented, creative eye of director of photography and editor Simon Vacher.
Our latest film is on the big screen during Sidmouth Folk Festival
Manor Pavilion, Sidmouth Monday 7th August, 3.30 – 5.30pm
A special event drawing together the story of two coastal communities. ‘Working the Sea’ tells the story of Sidmouth’s fishing heritage by following one family, the Bagwells from the war years onwards. A film by Butterfly Effect Films for Sidmouth Coastal Community Hub CIC with Sidmouth Sea Fest Community Choir. Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail and Duncan Chisholm have researched a local story and created a film and original soundtrack. “Kin and Community,” tells the story of one of the last Gaelic speakers in Easter Ross.
Supported by Creative Scotland
Working the Sea