Founded in 1990, Films at 59 has grown steadily in size with sites in both Bristol and Cardiff and collaborative working relationships worldwide.  Our Kit Hire and Post Facilities are second to none and we are committed to investing in the people and technologies that enable our clients to create and deliver world class content.


By delivering personal, flexible and innovative solutions, we will enable our clients to achieve their ambitions. We will work hard to ensure that we remain a financially viable, sustainable business, treating everybody with respect.

We’ve built our name on the strength of our people. Everyone at Films at 59 shares a belief in professional, personal and flexible service. Whether you have a 1-minute promo, a 12-hour series or a feature film, you will have our undivided attention and the same level of award-winning service our Clients have come to expect.


We are committed to the development of our staff, by conducting regular appraisals, offering training and encouraging a culture of knowledge-sharing and growth. We are an equal opportunities employer, and recognise the value of each team member’s contribution.

We strive to create an environment that respects a truly diverse community and the creative potential and benefit this contribution has for all. We welcome job applications from all sections of the local, national and international community and aim to select the best candidate solely on the basis of merit and ability to do the job. For more information about how to join our team please see the careers section on our website.

We choose our suppliers based on locality, reliability and price. We treat our suppliers with respect, tender fairly, provide Purchase Orders and pay on time.


We are proud to be the first regional post house to gain Albert certification for implementing sustainable policies and principles into our productions.

We are committed to reducing environmental impact and continually assess and improve our environmental performance as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods.

We support campaigns such as City to Sea in an effort to live with less plastic.

We are proud to use Good Energy, a British renewable electricity company with a difference as our energy supplier.

It is our priority to encourage our staff, customers, suppliers and all business associates to do the same. Not only is this sound commercial sense for all; it is also a matter of delivering on our duty of care towards future generations.

We recycle all glass, paper, plastic and cardboard, and our tapes are professionally recycled. We power down as much as possible without compromising your production.

We are part of the Ecobrick movement to help us take more personal responsibility for our plastic waste. 

We also recycle our used pens, felt tips and highlighters with BIC in partnership with Terracycle


Our runners deliver as much as possible on foot.
We support the Code of Best Practice in Sustainable Filmmaking as set out by Filmmakers for Conservation.


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