Crafting captivating stories since 2002
Out There Films was founded by television producer and director, James Worby. With 16 years broadcast production experience under his belt, James has filmed in some of the most remote places on earth. At Out There Films we use our experience in documentary story-telling to produce films for a number of international clients - working on branding campaigns for social media, promotional web videos, as well as our own unique style of broadcast television projects. Out There Films has recently expanded to Romania to meet the growing demand for video content in this exciting region.
WE MAKE TV SHOWS!
Out There Films is the production company behind the globally successful adventure fishing brand, Fishing Expedition Amazonia, hosted by extreme angler and adrenaline junkie, Steve Townson.
Series one, filmed deep in the rainforests of Brazil, has been screened in over 50 countries worldwide, including Discovery Channel UK, USA, France, Romania, Russia, Australia, New Zealand and Finland.
The high-octane follow up series, filmed in Guyana South America, has now been released and steps up the adventure even further!
DIGITAL AND BRANDING
Out There Films has been making promotional digital video content since 2006.
We have worked with some notable clients including VISA, Mastercard, Vodafone, Samsung, Telefonica and governmental organisations such as Forestry Commission England and WREN.
At Out There Films we use our experience in documentary film-making to craft captivating narratives for companies and organisations wishing to get their message out there. Since 2013 we have enjoyed a close relationship with regional supermarket chain The East of England Coop, working along side them on a number of media campaigns.
FREELANCE DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION
James has over 16 years experience working in the UK television industry having produced content for all of the UK terrestrial channels
James still enjoys working as a producer and director for TV broadcast projects. He was involved in five series of the popular observational documentary, An Island Parish, for BBC2. Filming took place in three island locations: Sark in the Channel Islands, The Falkland Islands in South America and Unst in the Shetland Islands – Britain’s most Northerly point.
The Shetland Islands series, which James series produced, regularly attracted over 2 million viewers; 21 percent higher than the channel average.
One of the stand-out stories of the Falkland Island series was that of a Gentou penguin, Cedric, who had been injured by a sea lion and was nursed back to health, finally being released to the wild.