2004 - how we began
Working in Bangladesh, founder Elspeth Waldie was asked to produce a script for a 35mm feature film Bihongo. A huge success, the film attracted large crowds & created lively debate about the superstition surrounding disability. Elspeth saw the powerful potential that film offered to marginalised and disadvantaged communities. This discovery remains the driving force of Purple Field Productions. We continue making films that aim to raise awareness of issues and offer information that enable communities to make their own decisions.
We have produced films with partners in
- Sierra Leone
Our films have proven to be highly successful in communicating information and encouraging communities to engage in local debate and decision making.
And that is what we are all about. Helping people to help themselves.
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THE PFP STORY
We began with wheelchair users rights in Bangladesh.
Since then we have helped communities with farming
deforestation and climate change
and we are immensely proud to be helping communities deal with the stigma surrounding disability.
Our most recent film in Kenya is the result of many years of painstaking research, working with partners and creating a drama to truly make a difference.
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