We create with passion.

A Full Service Production Company with real experience

We enjoy collaborating with other creatives who want to tell compelling stories.

Convey your ideas. Connect with your audience.
Consulting

Strong Island Films provides expertise in development, pre-production, production and post. We can assist in launching your project in the UK and Europe.

Videography

We can help develop and create your idea from inception to delivery. We own our own equipment and can provide filming including drone services.

Rob Dorfmann

Rob is an award winning Executive Producer, Director, Showrunner and writer who has been responsible for over 400 hours of television programming over the last 15 years for FOX, DISCOVERY, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, MSNBC, A&E, COURT TV, CBS, SPIKE-TV, HGTV, PBS, TLC, TRAVEL CHANNEL, ANIMAL PLANET, G4, MTV, ESPN, TRU-TV, SYFY, FOX, DISCOVERY ID, NAT GEO WILD & HISTORY.
Rob has extensive experience with law enforcement and the true crime genre. Rob has interviewed two of the world’s most notorious serial killers: Charles Manson and Gary Ridgeway. He was the executive producer on the highly acclaimed two hour documentary  “My Uncle is the Green River Killer” for LMN, “The Real Story with Maria Elena Salinas” for ID, one of the original producers for “LOCKUP” MSNBC, “Crime 360” A&E, he co-created “Squad Car Confessions” and “CUFF’D”  for Fox Reality and MTV-Viacom.  
He won a Telly award for his documentary “Journeys to Remember”  for the Travel Channel. He covered the war in Afghanistan for MSNBC, and was nominated for an Emmy on “Sports Science” for ESPN. Rob is responsible for making the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) a household name.  He was also the executive producer on the highly rated “Human Wrecking Balls” for G4 and “Invention USA” for the History Channel. 
 
Rob is a member of BAFTA NY. 

 

Cindy Depasquale

Cindy is an award winning television producer/director/writer producing content for CBS, FOX, AMC, DISCOVERY, ID, A&E, LMN, NAT GEO, NAT GEO WILD, BBC, FRANCE TELEVISION, HISTORY CHANNEL, ANIMAL PLANET.  A New York native, Cindy studied at Emerson College and then headed to LA to pursue a carer in filmmaking. She shot her first short film under the guidance of American History X producer  John Hess and then quickly became involved in feature film development for all major studios. She was involved in the development of several motion pictures including Minority Report and the television series “Bones”. Cindy sold her first screenplay on spec to Sony pictures.   Cindy made the jump from features to non-fiction television in 2000 where she has produced and directed over 200 hours of television for all major networks including such works as “My Uncle is the Green River Killer” for LMN, “The Real Story with Maria Elena Salinas” for Discovery ID, “Live Free or Die” and “Mayan Blue” for the National Geographic Channel. She moved to Paris, France in 2008 and worked as a broadcast journalist for France 24 and France O. In 2011, she moved to London and continued to produce and direct a variety of documentaries selling projects to various networks in the UK and abroad.  
She is also the Executive Producer of two feature length documentary films “One Girl” and “Women on War” featuring the women of Libya during the fall of Ghaddafi.  Cindy has also published articles in USA TODAY about the effects of Terrorism in the current political climate. Cindy is a member of BAFTA NY, the PGA, WOMEN IN FILM NY, WOMEN IN FILM/TELEVISION UK, NATIONAL UNION OF JOURNALISTS UK.

We’ve worked with some of the best.