Recite Films is run by Producer/ Director Anna McPherson who produces corporate and commercial works.  Having studied a BA (Hons) Media Theory and Production from the former University of Paisley (now UWS), she learned her craft in production roles in industry, before becoming a filmmaker.  Shooting predominantly across the North of Scotland, geography is no barrier.  Anna is privileged to have shot content for the following industries; Whisky, Heritage, Oil and Gas offshore, Education and Events.

A previous Board Member and now Accredited Member of the Institute of Videography (IOV – promote professionalism in videography), a self-shooting and editing P/D, she has experience in delivering both short form content for web and documentary.

She has won 2 awards including; ‘The Clavie’ Best Film (Moray Film Competition, supported by Bafta Scotland) and ‘Nepal’ Best Documentary (The IOV Film Awards).

Anna works with a pool of carefully selected creatives and partners with Morscot Media to deliver on time, on budget and to exceed the client’s expectations. Shooting predominantly across a range of DSLRs, including; Sony, Canon, Nikon and BlackMagic Cine with the capability to shoot in 4K.

Choosing to work with Recite Films will take a step-by-step approach.  Firstly, we will schedule a meeting with you to discuss your brief, then assist in developing your brief, by means of storyboarding and pre-visualisations (if required).  We will carefully plan the logistics of filming your brief, taking into consideration; location recces, risk assessments, copyright clearances and permissions.  Our creative team strive to meet your brief requirements and lift your brief off the page.  All content receives a filmic colour grade, to further enhance the film and create that visceral dynamic.

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Anna is also pursuing a part-time teaching career in Filmmaking and Digital Media Computing at Moray College UHI . She delivers across SCQF Levels 4 to Degree Level and delivers on the new BA (Hons) Contemporary Filmmaking in the Highlands and Islands.  She feels this is a way of giving back to the next generation of filmmakers, sharing her first hand industry experience with students and also learning from them.


Just recently, Anna has become a voluntary Director of the Nepal Trust charity, which helps to promote impoverished areas in Nepal through primary healthcare and micro-hydro energy projects and others.  Anna visited the remote Humla valley in 2011 and produced a short documentary for the charity.  She made a follow-up voluntary docu trip to Nepal in Spring of 2016, to film an update of the earthquake relief mission in Sindhupalchowk, carried out by the charity. You can catch up on updates on the Nepal Trust charity page here.