About us

Who are we?

Screen 3 Productions are an independent production company with broadcast credits and multiple film festival awards in their ranks. We have had documentaries screen on Channel 4, in cinemas nationwide as part of Virgin Media Shorts, and at festivals spanning 6 continents. We produce promotional films for organisations large and small, including the NHS/Evelina London Children’s Hospital, Glastonbury Festival, Raw Press, Sprint Connect (the 4th largest mobile network in the US), and for major NGOs such as Oxfam and Comic Relief.

We can do almost anything, so get in touch to chat about your project.


What do we do?

We offer a highly bespoke and personal service. The first meeting and quote is completely free. Every project is different, so we will meet you to get a sense of what you and your company are all about, listen to what you require, and then come up with a proposal and plan of action. We pride ourselves on always going the extra mile to ensure you get the best and most effective film possible.

We provide the full service, including filming, editing, sound mixing and colour grading.

Our team

Andy Oxley is a shooting Director. His most recent short documentary, ‘Born To Be Mild’ featured on BBC Fresh, BBC Three, and screened at SXSW (Texas), Hot Docs (Toronto), AFI Docs (Washington), and Al Jazeera Documentary Film Festival (Doha, Qatar). It was listed in the prestigious Cinema Eye Honors Top Ten Non-Fiction Short Films of The Year, won Best Documentary at the European Short Film Festival and features on Amazon Prime. His short documentaries have screened at more than 50 film festivals worldwide and have been described as Martin Parr-esque by the Sunday Telegraph magazine.

Josh Gaunt is a Cinematographer and Director. He shot ‘Born To Be Mild’ as well as numerous other Screen 3 films. He has 10 years experience shooting documentaries, music videos and dramas. Josh photographed our official Dull Men’s Club calendar for 2015, which was featured on The One Show, Loose Women, the ITV national news, and published in The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and many other newspapers.