About Biggin Hill

Biggin Hill Memorial Museum opened in 2019 on the site of Biggin Hill airfield, one of the commanding bases for the Battle of Britain during WWII and a site where British soldiers died. The Museum tells the story of the famous fighter station through the personal experiences of those who served here, and the community that supported them.

Audiovisual Stories Taking You To War

We were commissioned to produce all AV content for the new museum in Bromley, south London and set out on a compelling journey through army history. The result is a series of atmospheric films, making you feel as if you were right there with the soldiers on the mid-20th century airfield.

Client Testimonials

Chocolate Films have been an absolute joy to work with. From inspired content ideas to well-organised filming days and expert editing, we will definitely be working with them again!

Oliver Davies, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

They had these silent films of people working with gold leaf that are absolutely mesmeric and that almost felt like an installation. It really is something to watch, I mean I stood there for quite some time staring...

Royal Collection Gold exhibition reviewed by Antonia Quirke, BBC Radio 4 's Saturday Review

I’m so thrilled with how the videos turned out. Thank you again for being so wonderful to work with!

Sarah Shaw, British Library