Creative Video Production Company in Glasgow - Videographer Scotland - Third Sector Films
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Third Sector Films

BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD

thirteensquared has been working with third sector clients across Scotland for over 15 years, creating films and photographic projects that are thought-provoking, empowering and significantly raise awareness of important issues.
We have a long history of being passionate about creating thought-provoking, empowering films that tackle difficult, complex subjects such as mental health issues, being bereaved by suicide, child sexual abuse, addictions, stress management as well as many pressing issues relating to the housing sector.
We do it with style, generosity, creativity, passion & respect.

We actively look to engage with not-for-profit organisations and under-represented groups whose issues are rarely highlighted.
We are very keen to work with ethnic minority groups, LGBTI groups, start-up projects, women or men’s groups, or projects who put their community at the centre of what they do and who are making a big difference within their local community.
We’ve also committed to developing great relationships with housing associations. We have worked with Govanhill HA, Parkhead HA, Irvine Housing, Linstone HA, the FLAIR Group as well as the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland, GWSF, EVH and PATH Scotland.
We make it possible for you, no matter the size of your charity, to be heard.
Need to raise awareness and essential funding? Want to celebrate your hard-won achievements?
Want to show the wide range of work you do?
Do you want to recognise someone special within your community?
We want to be part of that!
If you are thinking of make a short film or a longer, more indepth film, get in touch.

“Come to the edge," he said. "We're afraid!" they said, "Come to the edge," he said. And so they came. And he pushed them. And they flew.” - Apollinaire