Shoreline Films: Corporate/Commercial Films

Shoreline Films has over 35 years experience in all types of film and TV production. We have delivered TV programmes to all major terrestrial and satellite channels.We have produced independent drama movies and which have been nominated for numerous awards including Best in Festival at the International Film Awards and the UK Film Festival.


We also have a corporate division that can produce outstanding productions to a variety of budgets. We pride ourselves in having a no-nonsense approach to productions, and can provide a one stop solution to your productions — from initial concept to final delivery.


We are a subsidery of award winning dai4films which produces high quality programmes for broadcast TV, such as BBC, Channel4 and SkyTV. You can visit the dai4 films site here.


We are based in Whitstable, Kent and have offices in Central London.

Colin Gotts

Dai4Films Executive Producer, Colin Gotts, has built a career as a professional photographer and art director, with over 35 years' experience in the film, media and advertising industry. Colin is an experienced and talented series producer, with a huge passion for human stories and documentary film, and a diverse range of subjects — from the British military to professional boxing and stand-up comedy.


He is excited and enthusiastic about bringing his diverse knowledge into the production of high-quality, original corporate films.

Richard West

As a filmmaker, Richard has worked in nearly every aspect of production: After producing and directing a slate of short films (which picked up numerous awards internationally), he wrote and produced the feature film ‘Gorgeous’, which screened at the Raindance Film Festival. He then went on to produce the feature film ‘AKA’, which garnered a number of prizes, including a BAFTA nomination. ‘AKA’ was also distributed widely across theatres in the UK and US, and has sold well globally.


Richard has recently finished producing the feature film ‘Dawn’, adapted from the Nobel Prize wining novelist Eli Weisel, and starring Jason Isaacs. He was also part of the team that raised £2m for its production. You can find Richard's IMDB profile here


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