If you’re a charity or not for profit organisation you’ve come to the right place!

Our company is called Enlightening Films and our main aim is to help people share inspiring thoughts and feelings through the magic of film. Put simply we want to make the world a better place and we plan to do that by supporting organisations and people who are doing just that. Here’s a couple of films that showcase our ability as film makers to help organisations to express the good that they’re doing;

Save our Sons – The Journey

Save our Sons was founded by a father who is trying to save his son’s life from duchenne – a muscle wasting condition that effects around 1000 boys in Australia and results in them being wheel chair bound in their teen years and with a maximum life span of thirty years. This film is about the 300km walk that occurred this year to raise funds and awareness for the charity. It was a tough ask because we had to contrast the inspiring upbeat feeling of the walk against what the kids and parents are going through, we also had to walk a good deal of the 300km’s! We feel we got the balance right though and Save our Sons has had over 100000 hits on this film on Facebook.

To learn more about Save our Sons please visit



Youth Opportunities

The Youth Opportunities Personal Leadership Program is a life skills training program that provides young people with the skills to better understand themselves and make the right choices for their future. The aim of this film was to promote Youth Opportunities new online program. The strategy we developed for this client was to create belief in the program for potential interested schools through some very strong testimonials.

To learn more about Youth Opportunities please visit



Uniting Care Wesley

Uniting Care Wesley Adelaide approached us to make a promotional film to help raise awareness around the value of their “Hang it Up for Poverty Campaign.” This campaign is a campaign where businesses and people donate clothing for homeless people. When we met with the client we discovered that the objective of the film was to communicate a message of how valuable a difference the clothing makes to people and what kind of journey the clothes go on. We feel this film is very moving and will really inspire people and business to get behind the campaign for next year.



Wirltu Yarlu Indigenous Center Adelaide University

Wirltu Yarlu is the Indigenous Centre for Adelaide University and they approached us because they wanted to let people know about one of their amazing programs. This particular program helps Indigenous High School Students visualize what it’s like to come to University.  What this film does brilliantly is condense a four day program into a four minute film which captures the heart of why this program is special. You should find yourself being moved by this film which is the sign of good storytelling.