An update about our services and safety practices during Covid-19

At Neck of the Woods Films Ltd we’ve adapted how we work to ensure we can still help you tell the stories that matter, whilst ensuring the safety of both our staff and our clients. Below outlines how we have adapted the way we work during Covid-19.

Pre production

Although we are no longer having to work under strict Covid-19 restrictions, we still aim to limit face-to-face contact to a necessity during the pre-production stage. Instead we would ask, where possible, that kick-off meetings and discussions about projects are held via phone, video call or e-mail. We also do this for wellbeing and sustainability reasons.

It’s still important for us to have these meetings to define the direction and purpose of your story, we just need to tweak the way in which they’re held. From here we can help you plan your perfect video. With discussions around ideas, scheduling for shoots and script assistance via Google Documents, where both us and you, the client, can make changes to these documents.


Below we have outlined how we, as a company, have adapted our filming services to reduce the spreading of Covid-19.

  • Our filming equipment is wiped down and disinfected between every job.
  • We would ask that no one other than the film crew handle the equipment, both during filming or whilst loading and unloading equipment into your workspace.
  • All crew members will have hand sanitiser readily available, but will also wash their hands as frequently as possible.
  • If a member of our crew tests positive for Covid-19 before a shoot, an alternative crew member will be sourced for the production.
Post production

Where possible, we still ask for reviewing or round up meetings to be held over e-mail, phone or video call and that all feedback is provided via our online review platform.

Changes to this policy

We strive to make sure that our policies are as compliant as up to date as possible. As a result of this, we regularly assess this policy and may make changes to this document.

Policy last reviewed and updated: 3rd March 2023