Afterglow productions are experienced in documenting real life. We know how to draw together all the elements of interview, narration, visuals, graphics and music to tell your stories.

At Afterglow our approach is to let our subjects speak for themselves, candidly and directly, then we work to crystallise this into narratives that reach across age, education, gender and culture gaps.

We’ve produced a number of long-form documentaries specifically for non-broadcast audiences on subjects like human rights, sustainability in construction, and The Great Depression. We bring a lot of the same techniques to much shorter but highly engaging episodes of reportage. You can see our profiles of two Aboriginal elders, Marilyn and Wally, from the NSW South Coast campaigning to regain their traditional rights to fish as taught to them by their elders. Or the story of Shane who for years has toiled in a pet cemetery and crematorium dealing with an extreme range of emotions from his grieving client pet owners.

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