about us

biggerhouse film make award winning dramas, documentaries and animation films.

In all our films we put the participants at the centre of the devising and production process. We make films ‘with’ people not ‘about’ them. We believe this way of working empowers not only the participants but also makes for a stronger film thus having greater impact on the intended audience.

See more about our process here.

If you have a story to tell or a film that needs to be made, then we’d love to hear from you, please get in touch.

biggerhouse film are Stephen Clarke and Tom Stubbs

We began working together in 2000 on a broadcast documentary for HTV called ‘I don’t live here’. From that point on we collaborated on many film projects leading to the formation of biggerhouse film in 2007.

Over the last 16 years we have developed a close working partnership with Somerset Film and in 2009, we set up JUMPcuts, which has become an award winning production company making films with and for people with learning disabilities.

In 2017 we began our collaboration with 104 films, world leaders in disability cinema to deliver an ongoing creative mentioning programme for Neurodiverse film makers called Different Voices and the production of a feature film called The Dawn of The Dark Fox.


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biggerhouse film working in
partnership with Somerset Film