Bridge IV Films is a film production collective based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was created in 2016 by freelance filmmakers Diego Almazan and Juan Martos after collaborating in a Europe wide project for British Council Literature in London.
The collective prides itself in creating engaging, contemporary and high quality bespoke content for the web while maintaining a fruitful and collaborative relationship with clients. From brief to delivery, we will guide you through the process ensuring that your message resonates with the right audiences.
Our background in corporate, events, documentary film and music video highlights our diversity and we welcome new challenges. Whether you are an established organisation, an emerging start-up or simply an individual looking for visibility, we will assess your needs and bring enthusiasm and professionalism to your project.
Film producer/director and camera operator with relevant work experience providing technical assistance in educational and organisational settings. Juan has collaborated with institutions such as the Scottish Documentary Institute and British Council Literature and holds an Edinburgh College of Arts postgraduate in Film Directing (2015/2016) and a BA (Hons.) in Media and Communication. He loves the outdoors and morning routines.
Self-shooting director, cinematographer and expert in digital media processes. Diego’s portfolio showcases a high skill variety ranging from camerawork to motion graphics and colour correction workflows. The University of Edinburgh and The & Partnership London count among his clients. Diego holds a BA (Hons.) in Media Production and was granted a specialisation in Film Studies at the University College Cork. He is a pro runner and a Tarkovsky fan.