Bright Yellow Films is a film and television company that aims to make films that protect the director's vision and give platforms original content.

Notable feature documentaries are BAFTA long-listed, The Ghost of Richard Harris about the legendary Irish actor, which had its premiere at The Venice FIlm Festival this year and won the audience award for best documentary feature at the Newport Beach Film Festival, and the critically acclaimed Netflix film Misha and The Wolves, about a supposed Holocaust survivor for which director Sam Hobkinson was nominated for an Emmy.

Other documentaries made by Bright Yellow include The Road to Palmyra, a journey through war torn Syria with veteran war photographer Don McCullin and Dan Cruickshank, and Don McCullin: Looking for England where Don turned his camera on his own post Brexit nation.

Bright Yellow was co-founded by award winning director Sam Hobkinson and Adrian Sibley and is now run by Adrian who has made many successful biographical films including The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill.