How We Work

How We Work


We have a mission: to create the most innovative and exciting content for TV, mobile & online. We love working with creative minds that make us think about how to tell stories from a new perspective.


Finding out about how the world works, learning what motivates and inspires people, exploring our past and investigating what our future might hold is at the heart of what we do.


We make films with people, not about people. We know that a respectful and trusting relationship with our contributors and clients is the only way to make truly great TV and content.

Giles Coren: My Failed Novel, a tv production by Factory Films

Giles Coren: My Failed Novel, Sky Arts

“I just watched the film again, properly and quietly, and it’s brilliant. I hadn’t really grasped. You did an amazing job. It’s got a real form and pace and wit that you’ve made out of all that rambling. You’re a genius. We must make more shows together!” Giles Coren

“I just wanted to drop you a line having watched the Giles Doc to say how much I enjoyed it. It’s a great watch – enlightening, revealing, full of humour and stylishly put together. Really pleased with it so thanks very much for doing such a wonderful job.” Phil Edgar-Jones, Director, Sky


What Makes Me Tic, CBBC

“Thanks very much indeed for your extremely well made My Life. I think the main contributors were a strong and articulate mix… In the great tradition of this series you managed to convey an intelligent and empathetic story with not a hint of mawkishness – which is always our aim! The response has been very positive so you must be really pleased. Looked like it was a real labour of love so MANY thanks for the hard work” Cheryl Taylor, Controller, CBBC

Skin Deep BBC3 factual TV about facial disfigurement

Skin Deep, BBC3

“Thanks all for hard work on this. Really appreciate it. Turned out very well indeed. Beautifully crafted.” Jamie Balment, Commissioning Editor, BBC3

Great Britain Fashion: Kathryn And Helen Jay Launch 'Pop'Art' Fashion At The University Of Sussex. Le 26 octobre 1965, en Angleterre, Helen et Kathryn JAY, soeurs jumelles de vingt ans, filles de Douglas Jay, ministre du commerce posent devant les b‚timents en architecture moderne de l'universitÈ du Sussex o˘ elles sont ÈlËves. Elles s'habillent et se coiffent ‡ la mode Pop et choisissent leurs vÍtements dans les boutiques branchÈs du quartier de Chelsea, ‡ Londres. (Photo by Philippe Le Tellier/Paris Match via Getty Images)

Living in ’66: The Education Revolution

“Ratings for last night – well done! The figure to look for is the share – we came top by a nice margin. I really enjoyed it again watching it last night. Congratulations – and thank you very much for a fine film” Linda Bell, Commissioning Editor, BBC South East