WHO WE ARE
Squeaky Pedal are a multi-award winning independent documentary production team bringing fascinating and little known stories to life. With work selected for film festivals and online broadcast around the world.
‘Finding Wee Paddy’ won Best UK Film at Telling Tales Film Festival in Manchester and had its world premiere at the Belfast International Film Festival. As well as being featured on the Little Dot Studios Channel – Timeline: World History & Real Stories Channel, attracting 25,000 views.
‘This Little Chicken & The Victoria Cross’ telling the story of Able Seaman Albert McKenzie won the award for ‘Best Use of Archive’ at the Imperial War Museum Film Festival 2018
Proudly our most recent film ‘This Wall is Crewe’ won the History Channel Short Film-maker of the Year Award in 2018 and will be shown on the channel in 2019.
“Pete from Squeaky Pedal filmed our charity 10K race in Victoria Park, London. They were an absolute pleasure to work with; great at giving suggestions when speaking to the camera in a really nice way so you didn’t feel so self-conscious, very professional and endeavoured to make a great quality film. We will certainly be working with him again in near the future.”Edana Harris
“We have been able to use the film with great effect to raise awareness of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and also the important role of the Cathedral in providing a service to the community on such significant occasions”Kathy Jones
“I congratulate the film makers on ‘This Little Chicken & The Victoria Cross’ in tackling a subject which was never filmed. Their brave and imaginative use of multiple forms of media brought a compelling and fascinating story to life – winning the ‘Best Use of Archive Award’ at the Imperial War Museum Film Festival.”Richard Melman
A background in events, music and film – having previously work on a plethora of creative projects – art exhibitions, immersive theatre and film projects. With expertise in arts and cultural programming, creative producing, large-scale event production and audience development in the cultural sector, my passion lies in facilitating community-focused cultural initiatives and establishing sustainable collaborations between creative communities.
A writer, historian and adventurer – Working on the HMS Pickle Museum Project joining the ship as historical advisor and helping to set up a museum in Gibraltar to the Pickle celebrating her role in bringing the news of Nelson’s victory and death at the Battle of Trafalgar back to Britain.
Immensely skilled artist and animator Matthew Davidson who works under the name FRWLx is a recent Art and Illustration graduate of Brighton University. His work has featured in a number of award winning documentaries and uses a wide variety of vividly exciting and engaging hand drawn illustration and animation techniques.