Archer’s Mark is a multi-award-winning studio, renowned for creating timely, bold and innovative work across commercials, feature films and interactive experiences.

We’ve worked with some of the biggest agencies, brands and filmmaking talent in the world, producing everything from million-dollar TV commercials to feature-length drama, documentary and immersive virtual reality experiences.

We’re driven by a deep love of film craft, and a keen understanding of emerging technologies, allowing us to tell the most captivating stories with the greatest possible reach, embracing today’s ever-changing media landscape.



No projects have better demonstrated this cross-platform approach than our 2016 Feature Documentary NOTES ON BLINDNESS and companion piece NOTES ON BLINDNESS: INTO DARKNESS.

What started out as a short film back in 2012, eventually evolved into a triple-BAFTA nominated, genre-defying feature and a truly immersive, multi-award winning interactive experience.



As distribution platforms continue to evolve across content, film and VR, we’re committed to developing both the talent and the IP to prosper in this ever-changing marketplace.

We want Archer’s Mark to be a home where talented filmmakers can test ideas and realise their creative vision, which is why we regularly invest in experimental proof-of-concept ideas and short films.



Adopting an end-to-end studio approach, including in-house creative development and full post-production facilities, enables us to fast-track the ideas we believe in, streamline the production process and, ultimately, put more value up on screen.

Let’s face it, the world is changing and our industry with it. So for every 90 second brand film, you’re going to need five 30 second cut-downs for social, verticals for Instagram stories and probably a stills campaign too. We get it, and we’re set up for it.

We’ll come onboard early to help you shape your strategy and still be there analysing the data after the films go live, to help make sure each and every project has as much impact as it possibly can.




As we return to production after lockdown, the safety of our cast, crew and contributors is our highest priority. In order to ensure the health and safety of our people during the continued pandemic we have carefully assessed the risks of COVID-19 during production with reference to government and industry guidance.

In order to reduce those risks identified, as far as reasonably practicable, we will implement a package of control measures that will be in place during all stages of our productions.

How we are keeping people safe.

We are focusing on the following areas to ensure we can manage the risks of infection from COVID-19, carrying out specific assessments where necessary.


  • Minimising – minimising the number of people in our offices at any time.
  • Communicating – ensuring those who have symptoms or are ill know not to come into work and to return home immediately if they become ill at work.
  • Commuting – considering the risks in commuting especially on public transport, introducing mitigations such as staggered start times.
  • Social Distancing – making every effort to ensure social distancing is adhered to from space planning to signage.
  • Cleaning – increasing the frequency of cleaning.
  • Face covering – supporting our people in the safe wearing of face coverings on a commute and in scenarios where they choose to wear.



  • Travel – seeking to minimise travel requirements and follow social distancing principles within travel arrangements, wherever possible.
  • Location – considering the physical capacity of space used, given the requirements of social distancing, as well as ensuring the provision of adequate hygiene facilities.
  • Work Activities – considering the activities that people are going to need to undertake across roles in a production and if these can be adapted or changed to reduce risk.
  • Work Equipment – managing the sharing of work equipment which is key to production from cameras and headsets to edit suites. Focusing on good hygiene and managing potential issues with touch-points.
  • Work Patterns – reviewing work patterns to encourage small groups (cohorts) of people who don’t come into contact with other groups.
  • Catering and Rest Areas – reconfiguring catering provision and planning breaks to ensure our people are as safe as possible.
  • First Aid and Emergency services – planning activities to reduce the risk of requiring emergency services to be called as well as advice to first aiders on COVID-19 risk.
  • Masks, Gloves and Other PPE – as per the APA COVID Shooting and Office Guidelines.
  • Mental Health – the COVID-19 risk and the response has had a potential Mental Health impact for those working on productions which should be considered.
  • Monitoring – compliance will be monitored and if required people will be reminded of the new COVID-19 working practices (such as social distancing).


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