Real stories, real people

We love being based in Bristol, but we’re equally as happy in remote locations round the world.

Our passion is to tell real stories, about real people. Especially with Adventure, Culture or Science & Technology, as it’s what we do best!

Climbing mountains with a MoVI, rigging a Cable Dolly through the treetops or filming over water, helps us capture not only the best footage for your film, but also your imagination!

 

 

Real stories, real people

Are you inspired?

 

Hear how Inspire Sport offers young players, of all standards, the opportunity to train and play in the world’s top professional clubs.

Real stories, real people

Where there’s a swill, there’s a way!

What’s the Pig Idea?! Find out what this campaign hopes to achieve and hear why Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Sara Cox are excited to be Hambassadors.

Real stories, real people

Cracking film Gromit!

 

This summer 80 5ft Gromits were unleashed in Bristol to raise money for Wallace and Gromits Grand Appeal.

Find out how a 2nd year student from UWE found her design featured alongside iconic designers like Sir Paul Smith, Cath Kidston and the illustrator Quentin Blake.

Real stories, real people

Are you IN?!

 

The 2012 Olympics showed how inspiring sport can be.

 

Hear how International Inspiration continues to use the power of sport, increasing the life chances for young people, females and marginalised groups around the world.

Real stories, real people

Busy seas

From fish and chips and surfing to lively ports and off shore power our coast is getting busier.

 

The MMO have their work cut out to plan all these activities, so how do they do it, and most importantly how can you get involved?

Real stories, real people

The Himalayas, Alps and…Wales!

 

Find out how a Welsh Cooperative is not only regenerating the community, but making an impact amongst the biggest names in the world of mountain biking.

Real stories, real people

The world is changing.

 

Are you connected? Making the most of ICT and the internet can help small businesses compete with big companies. Communities 2.0 explains how!

Real stories, real people

What is land for?

 

With more and more people living in a limited space, we need to make smarter decisions about how we use the environment.

Find out how the Westcountry Rivers Trust is taking on this challenge.

Real stories, real people

Predicting the future.

 

From weather forecasts to policy making, models shape our lives. But, because of uncertainties, we could be given the wrong advice.

Find out how the latest research is helping us to understand problems such as biodiversity loss and climate change.

Why work with Back To The Planet?

With experience in corporate and broadcast production, Back To The Planet offers a personal and highly professional service.

Communication is key. Our access to an unrivalled network of some of world’s greatest documentary film-makers and digital media professionals guarantees we can deliver you a great production.

Our understanding of the power of video combined with strong values that drive our approach ensures a product that not only fulfils your needs but also minimises any detrimental environmental effects.