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TiFiNi makes intelligent, edgy and talked-about documentaries for major broadcasters, in the UK and world-wide.

In Welsh, TiFiNi means ‘You, Me, Us’. In other words, we like making programmes with real human stories. Thought provoking, sensitive and sometimes shocking, we are dedicated to telling stories that matter - often ones other people can’t get access to. 

A small company with big ideas, we’ve come a long way since we started in 2012 - from two desks (and one phone) in an old Rizla factory in the Valleys to award-nominated production team.

Our very first Channel 4 commission Finding Mum and Dad was nominated for both a Grierson and a Broadcast Award, marking us out as tenacious, passionate film makers with a talent for sensitive story telling. 

We also make great-rating, critically acclaimed documentaries for BBC Wales, ITV Wales, Foxtel and S4C. And our latest film, Revenge Porn, was our noisiest yet. 

Having earned our stripes as a company to watch and a team that delivers, we recently grabbed the attention of international distributors Passion Media, with whom we’re delighted to have signed an exclusive first look deal.  


The Team

Amanda Rees – Creative Director

Amanda started TiFiNi so that she could pursue the kinds of films she really wanted to make. Self-shooting and directing Finding Mum and Dad was the perfect way to start - making a name for TiFiNi as specialists in unique access documentaries.

Amanda’s goal was to make TiFiNi a place that nurtures talent and champions great ideas. So far, we think we’ve had a few…


Leona Cowley - Production Manager 

Leona joined the team at the end of 2014, just in time for Revenge Porn. Bringing her 20 years' experience to the table, Leona has worked on everything from observational docs to high end travelogue series, and has sent crews to all corners of the world.

At TiFiNi, she is the queen of organisation and always makes sure we're in the right place at the right time!


Rebecca Muir - Sound AP

Rebecca joined TiFiNi as a researcher in 2013 and we threw her in at the deep end (literally!) with shipwreck-diving adventure doc Royal Wreck of Gold. Researcher, boom operator and production coordinator on Finding Mum and Dad, Rebecca’s had an integral role on every TiFiNi production since.

During Summer 2014, she had the opportunity to put her newly acquired sound skills to good use on A Child’s View before getting stuck into researching Revenge Porn. At the moment, she's enjoying her first role as AP on a new BBC Wales series about City Road in Cardiff. When she's not working on a production, Rebecca can be found beavering away in the office working on new ideas! 

Clive Garrett-Evans - Business Director

Clive took over as Director of Business in 2014 and has been helping us turn our grand ideas into realities ever since. He’s also a commercial solicitor, which comes in very handy on all compliance and contract related matters!