Our showreel for 2012.


Featuring shots from work that we’ve done for the likes of the NSPCC and ChildLine, Manchester Utd, Schroders and Channel 4.


Music made especially for us by the lovely chaps at Matta Music.



Finally, you’re here. Welcome to our angry little world.


A digital production company built around the principle of making things better for our clients and their audiences. Creating films for people and brands that need compelling and cost-effective content.


And yes, we’re angry. Bored of mediocrity, dissatisfied with complacency and energised by our imaginations.


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[Latest Work]

[Study Law]
Queen Mary University

[The Scouts Association – Paths]
The Scouts Association

[S+O Media Camera Animation]
S+O Media

[Words Can Hurt]

[Schroders Why Invest?]


June 2014


Another project for the NSPCC/ChildLine covering a difficult subject. Made to communicate the message that Forced Marriage has now been made illegal in England and Wales.


As is often the case when we’re making this sort of film, our instinct told us that creating a personal, relatable story was the right way to show understanding with our target audience. Central to the video was the concept of life as something out of control, with limited choices – this led us to illustrating the central character’s life as a treadmill, constantly creating circumstances for her to deal with.


[DIR] Guy Saville [Animation] Bishoy Gendi [Client] NSPCC


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0207 1672740


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[Hairdryers, Trims & Hoxton Fins]

[Creating SFX For ‘Words Can Hurt’]

[3angrymen’s Top 5 Favourite Motion-Graphics Videos]

[A Very Angry Xmas]

[The Lovie Awards 2012]



It’s time to add another member to the angry team.

We are a production company that specialises in creating branded short-form content. We work with clients including the NSPCC, ChildLine, Schroders, LinkedIn, Omnicom, Manchester United, The Scouts Association and Channel 4.

Whoever the client, whatever the brief, our mission is to make films that matter – whether that be an animation for teenagers, a documentary for a charity or an internal comms piece for an international bank.

We are looking for a new Project Director to join our compact team of filmmakers, someone responsible for creating and delivering new pieces of content for our clients, from concept through to final edit.

The role is multi-faceted, combining directing with project management and customer service.  It will involve liaising with clients, the 3angrymen team, freelance talent and various suppliers; organising productions; directing shoots and editing footage.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone with the requisite skills and enthusiasm to step up and lead the digital production process, working with like-minded, ambitious colleagues who want to create effective work to a high standard.

Essential Skills & Requirements

The candidate must:

- have at least two years relevant directing/filmmaking experience
- be a confident leader and creative contributor
- have excellent working knowledge of Adobe Premier/Final Cut Pro
- be competent operating cameras, basic grips and sound kit
- have excellent written and spoken English
- be enthusiastic about producing a variety of content, both corporate and creative

Ideally the candidate will also

- be comfortable and confident in client-facing situations
- have experience of leading projects from start to finish
- be able to demonstrate a passion for creating films
- want to contribute and collaborate with colleagues


If you like our work, are certain that you fit the criteria above and are interested in becoming a Project Director with 3angrymen, please apply by sending the following:

  • A copy of your CV & a 1 page Cover Letter, both in .pdf format

  • A Vimeo/YouTube link to your Showreel

Please send these to jobs@3angrymen.com and use the subject line ‘Project Director Application’. Applications will not be considered unless these stipulations are adhered to.

No agencies please.

Deadline for applications: 29.06.14
Salary: £22-28k [Depending on relevant experience]
To start: August/September 2014

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