Films : brand & marketing
We have made films for many markets and audiences. This includes broadcast TV, theatrical release, and also films for training, health and safety videos, marketing material (be it print, video or streamed on the web) and regular news programmes for our clients. We have worked with government departments and national training organisations, and have recently been working in the public sector for local authorities and museums.
We have recently made a 'key message sting' film for an international trade fair for the manufacturer ProSpool.
This is a commentary-free music edit that demonstrates the key role skilled operatives play on a production line. Buying the machine is not enough. It has been used at an international tradefair, and also via the iPad platform by the sales and marketing team. (Looped edits).
Marketing A City Region
Engaging the public in something as dry as a planning framework involves 'selling' the future - with the key message being, 'it's coming whether you like it or not so why not help shape events?' We made a ten minute film that encapsulated the key aspects of a 145 page Local Development Framework. This catchy opening title sequence gives a flavour.
Charity / 3rd Sector Marketing
Winning support and involvement is just as vital in the non-profit field. We have worked with several social enterprises, charities and non-profits - often to a very tight budget. As long-term supporters of Save the Children, our creative team produced this 3D broadcast / online logo for use in communications to the many volunteers working in the field.
Oxford University asked us to make a short DVD to be used in attracting more sponsors to their world famous Rugby Club. OURFC now have a fast, attractive marketing tool that features history, first class action from Twickenham, interviews with players, sponsors, Lord Butler and other key people. Filming at the famous Major Stanley's match, and of course at the Varsity Match, we captured some of the magic, and the heritage. Cambridge University saw what we had been doing, and asked for their own version. Not a bad accolade to our skills at taking a brief, researching the story, and delivering a marketing product that works. The above clip is a short graphics section highlighting Oxford's prestigious scholars.