Fire Films produces health and science educational videos, training packages and documentaries that focus on reducing inequalities in health and wellbeing, prevention and early intervention, social change, and fostering creativity and innovation in science and technology.



Engage your audience with dynamic and interactive video communication formats

Drive Change

Reduce stigma, shift corporate culture, advocate for policy change, and grow support for your cause

Make a Difference

Equip people with the information and inspiration to improve their own lives and the lives of others


  • Educational and training videos

  • Animations

  • Documentaries

  • Community awareness videos

  • Short films

  • Social media videos

  • TVCs and PSAs

  • Branded content

  • Product demos

  • Surgical videos

Your ability to pick up on a theme in such a short time and produce such an emotive piece of film is a testament to your talent and creativity.


I have worked with many directors and crews in the past producing training packages for aged care and none have matched the impact and feeling that is generated from this film.


‘Finding the Why’ affects people’s hearts, which has a greater impact and chance of changing a culture, than working on the head. This film meets both components.


Colin McDonnell, former Care Services Manager, Starrett Lodge, Uniting

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Your dedication, professionalism and compassion during production, particularly when interviewing people living with dementia and their carers was inspiring.


Your passion for and commitment to understanding the subject matter was evident at every stage of the process. We are incredibly proud of the film, ‘Love Loss and Laughter: Living with Dementia’.


We would like to thank Corinne and her team for their efforts in making it happen. We definitely look forward to working with Fire Films again in the future.


Maree McCabe, National CEO, Dementia Australia

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Latest work

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Monash Science Precinct

Melbourne, Australia

Phone: (03) 8589 1822

International: +613 8589 1822


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