REIMAGINE FILMS was founded upon the 20+ years experience of Principal Steve Doyle. Our mission is to help small Communications teams create entertaining & effective short videos that will support & promote improved sustainability outcomes.

The REIMAGINE process is based on us going the extra yard to uncover storylines & characters for our client’s message & vision that will emotionally resonate for a broader audience through the full range of digital channels & at an affordable price.

We believe that entertaining character-based videos can translate any client’s subject matter as relevant to the lived experience of an intended audience. Creating these emotional connections is about building a bridge for clients to reach out & inspire the further recognition & support their initiatives deserve.

Please check out our past videos & some selected case studies indicating results.

“I wanted a story of how renewable energy projects we support benefit people and communities in regional Australia. I couldn’t be happier with REIMAGINE FILMS for perfectly delivering on that brief.”
Ben Hart

General Manager,
Strategic Communication

ARENA (Australian Renewable Energy Agency)

August 2017

“In the Great Hall of Canberra’s Parliament House it entertained and informed the nation’s political leaders of all parties. On Facebook it has reached 22,000 people (and still rising). Here at ARENA WIRE it broke our record for the most readers on any story in one day.”
Daniel Silkstone
Head of Content, Strategic Communication
ARENA (Australian Renewable Energy Agency)
August 2017

REIMAGINE FILMS produced a series of 8 videos for Cool Australia. These have been viewed in classrooms across Australia over 75,000 times. Watch CEO Jason Kimberley talk about his experience of working with us.

“Steve was very easy to work with and incredibly thorough. When the project changed direction after conception, he adapted quickly and went to great lengths to make sure it was a product that not only met our expectations but also his own high standards of production. As a result we ended up with a richer, more meaningful video which exceeded our expectations.”
Kathy Cogo

Communication Coordinator

Victorian Environmental Water Holder
March 2017