We are so pleased with the films that Squeaky Pedal produced to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. The accounts of men and women who experienced this extraordinary period of history were handled sensitively and thoughtfully, and the accompanying images and striking animations help us to share their experiences with today’s audiences. Your passion for bringing stories to life, combined with your professionalism, makes you a pleasure to work with and we can highly recommend Squeaky Pedal to others who are thinking of film projects. Thank you!

Charlotte Pearce

War and Conflict Subject Specialist Network Manager, Imperial War Museums

“We showed the film that Squeaky Pedal produced for us ‘My Town is Crewe’ to our funders and they absolutely loved it – it brought tears of happiness to many people’s eyes!”

Amy Lewis

Cultural Development Manager, Cheshire East Council

“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”

Reverend Kathy Jones

Dean, Bangor Catheral

“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

Director, Spring Films

“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

Junior Executive, Yes to Life

‘Finding Wee Paddy is the most remarkable of World War II stories, something you haven’t heard before. It’s about love, memory and most of all, family’

Bill Einreinhofer

Chair, New York Film Academy

‘Finding Wee Paddy is a heartfelt and touching documentary’

Dr Liang Wang

The Language Centre , Queens University Belfast

“An excellently researched documentary putting a little known conflict on the map”’

Gavin Glass MBE

Curator, Royal Ulster Rifles Museum, Belfast

“An excellently researched documentary putting a little known conflict on the map”’

Mark Logan MP

Former Head of Communications, British Consulate, Shanghai

“A heart warming story brought to life”

Peter Harmsen

Historian & Author of New York Times Bestseller Shanghai 1937