We love producing engaging videos that tell fantastic stories.
A video can paint a million words.
Blatella Films was set up to allow us to share our passion for making videos and films, and to offer a unique proposition to businesses and organisations.
With awards won and multiple award nominations received, our independent advice, services and extensive experience filming just about any kind of event, or for wide-ranging client briefs, will help get your business noticed.
After discovering film during his teenage years, Benjamin chose to study film at college. It wasn’t long before he knew he wanted to forge a career within the industry. Also holding a BA (Hons) in practical and theoretical film, Benjamin has developed his skills behind the camera as well as in the editing suite. With several short fiction and documentary films already to his name, which have received worldwide acclaim and award nominations, Benjamin recently finished working as editor on a feature length documentary set for international cinematic release.
Since 2013, Benjamin has been nominated for the Echo News Group Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award three times for the Thurrock Business Awards.
Ben is DBS (previously CRB) checked to work with children in schools
We live and breathe film and video! Being both trained and qualified in the theory and production of moving visual images we can expertly interpret and bring your ideas to life, delivering a truly memorable piece of work. Our hands-on approach and ability to work as cameramen, editors and concept artists gives us an unrivalled knowledge of the industry.
We pride ourselves on excellent customer service every time, collaborating closely with our clients to deliver the best possible end product.
As well as full HD digital cameras and the most up to date editing techniques, we offer a cost effective and efficient service.
If you have a project in mind and would like to talk to us about how we might work together, please get in touch or have a look through our ‘Is video for you?’ page.
Natalie discovered her fascination with film at a young age, and relished the opportunity to study film at college and university.
After gaining a BA (Hons) in both practical and theoretical film, Natalie has since had her own short fiction films screened and entered in international film festivals.
In 2010 Trinity College Carmarthen awarded Natalie the Creative Arts and Humanities award upon graduation for recognition of her outstanding work throughout her degree.
Since 2013 Natalie has been nominated three times for the Echo News Group Young Entrepreneur Of The Year for the Essex Countywide Business Awards
Natalie is DBS (previously CRB) checked to work with children in schools