Ptara Ltd stands by every film we produce and all other media we create, and we aim to exceed client and audience expectations.
Our staff are trained to do their jobs, and for other tasks that might be assigned to them in the future.
When we create content aimed at a Welsh audience, we supply a Welsh language version.
Ptara Ltd recognises the legal, ethical and moral rights of disabled people, including our customers, employees, investors and clients who may have disabilities.
Ptara Ltd is committed to fairness in recruitment, career advancement, remuneration, customers service, and all internal and external policies and activities.
Not everyone agrees with the academy results. Rather than predicting who would win the big awards, we’ve decided to wait for the elites to pick their winners and then list the films that we enjoyed the most.
Mountains out of molehills First published on Social Media: Mar 1, 2016 I had many titles for this post. The ass-u-mers, The Bore Who Cried Adolf, A Pipe is just a Pipe, but most of them were, well, a bit hyperbolic. Anyway, take a look at the image above for a few seconds, and […]
If you ask us the price of producing a one minute film, sorry, you can’t multiply that by 100 to make a hundred minute film. As the project gets bigger, things get more complicated. It’s like comparing a shed and a skyscraper. You have to take into account the one reel rule. So, what is […]
There are many great films about entrepreneurship, and the importance of a great team. Two of my favourite are the first Ghostbusters (1984) and the first Cool Runnings (1993). I haven’t seen the remake of Ghostbusters, I’m not a real fan of remakes. Now, here’s a little game: Which of these are you?
At Ptara, I directed two microbudget feature films. Make that nanobudget. One had a crew of two (excluding the three actors, who also crewed, and a few kids who helped out on sound one day), the other was basically me editing a large variety of footage to make it coherent. There were challenges in both, […]