Causeway Coast and Glens Series

In late December, Wolfhound was proud to present a selection of films co-produced with the Causeway Coast and Glens Council to a packed private cinema in Bushmills.

The brief for this series was quite simple - showcase the wonderful people, produce and picturesque sights of the Causeway Coast. Portstewart’s own Sarah Travers went on this journey with us and time after time, hair net after hair net, made everything a little easier.

We went lobster potting, beer sampling, whiskey sipping, bread baking, salmon smoking, quail egg collecting, pesto pounding and much more.

A real joy to behold was getting the drone in the air. The beauty of the Causeway Coast and Glens is hard to describe. It has to be seen to be believed.

Being able to spend time on the Causeway Coast and having to go seeking out the remotest of locations for aerial filming was a dream job. Meeting the enthusiastic artisans who worked in these surrounds, truly drove home the experience of working and living on the Causeway Coast.
— Alasdair McBroom

Working with these wonderful businesses was an inspiration for us at Wolfhound. Their skill, dedication to quality and unwavering positive attitude was a joy to behold and something we endeavour to put into everything we produce.

‘The North Coast has always felt like a second home to me but seeing it in this whole new light was a real pleasure. The energy and enthusiasm was contagious and the food, drink and people were great too.’

To watch the series at the Causeway Coast's Youtube Channel, click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXtMLdo22Vo

Stuart Drennan, Wolfhound Media.