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Genevieve Clay-Smith and Digby Webster on set filming

People living with disability make up 20% of our global population, yet we are a long way from seeing this diversity reflected in film, television and online. That’s why we help organisations to create employment opportunities for people living with disability pursuing professional careers in the film and creative industries both in front and behind the camera.

Inclusively Made was founded by Bus Stop Films and Taste Creative who have been working together since their inception, combining more than 20 years of filmmaking and commercial production experience as the global leaders in inclusive filmmaking.


Bus Stop Films is a pioneering, disability led, not-for-profit organisation that uses filmmaking and the film industry to raise the profile of people living with disabilities and other marginalised groups, on both sides of the camera.


The Bus Stop Films filmmaking model has been refined by years of inclusive filmmaking, starting out on a small scale with a bold vision and strategy to include people with disability in filmmaking and production, Bus Stop Films has been a global leader in this style of filmmaking since its inception.


Through our Accessible Films Studies Program and the brilliant films we create, we provide a platform for the voices and stories of our participants to be shared around the world, whilst opening pathways to employment and advocating for a more inclusive film industry and society at large.


Taste Creative is a film production company that produces world-class stories for purpose-led organisations.


With a passion to see authentic diversity in the film industry, we create employment opportunities for people living with disability pursuing professional careers both in front and behind the camera.


Taste Creative works collaboratively to create high-quality film and creative content and uses this space to explore authentic stories that empower the disability community. This is achieved by collaborating with people with lived experience throughout the storytelling process, as well as providing people with disability meaningful employment within the creative industry.

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