What Larks Content
What Larks Content provides broadcast-quality online film content to publishers, arts institutions and charities. As experienced film makers and in recognition of the power of the internet and apps in allowing publishers, art institutions and charities to reach wider audiences, What Larks Content can offer rich visual support at the same time as offering the editorial rigour associated with experienced documentary film-makers.   What Larks Content
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Oxford House
Derbyshire Street
E2 6HG

Telephone: 0203 327 2880
Email: info@whatlarks.tv

With a passion for words, What Larks Content provides support to publishers who wish to complement their book publications with short films which will engage and excite potential readers, bringing both the books and their authors to life, with interviews and documentary-style passages.
  Museums, Galleries and Performing Arts
With a strong interest in the arts from fine art to performance to music, What Larks Content also works with art institutions, providing films of their work and short documentaries to support their output allowing art institutions to become their own de facto broadcasters.  

With an appetite for social campaigns, What Larks Content also makes films for charities. We can bring campaigns to life online by means of dramatic, hard-hitting film excerpts which will keep viewers watching and engage them with the topic.

Barnaby Barford - The Tower of Babel
Barnaby Barford - The Tower of Babel

for the V&A
September, 2015
This short film commissioned by the V&A follows artist Barnaby Barford as he creates a unique work of art 'The Tower of Babel' providing a provocative comment on how we are a nation of consumers...
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We have also produced short films for London Ethnic, an enterprising fashion brand londonethnic.com
London Ethnic

We have also produced short films for London Ethnic, an enterprising fashion brand londonethnic.com

Access All Areas

Access All Areas makes urban, disruptive performance by learning disabled and autistic artists. They invited us to make their first show reel showing their extraordinary talent. In this show reel is an extract from Damned series 1 our sitcom starring Jo Brand & Alan Davies. This extract shows the talents of actors Zara Jayne and Dayo Koleosho from Access All Areas who played the roles of parents with learning disabilities - it transpires they are more on the case than social worker Al played by Alan Davies.

MADHOUSE Re:Exit Trailer

What Larks Productions worked with theatre company Access All Areas who make urban, disruptive performance by artists with learning disabilities and autism, to create this trailer of their 2018 show MADHOUSE re:exit.

This immersive promenade show, which we filmed in performance at Shoreditch Town Hall, explores the history of people with learning disabilities being institutionalised by creating a modern ‘care facility’, in which actors and performers shared a fresh perspective on how society treats them.