These are at the higher end of the work we do. They are for brands and companies who really want to invest in their image. They can be a powerful communication tool to potential future customers, investors or service users. We invest a lot of time at the start of these projects to get the creative direction right and to produce content that is unique, professional and on brand.
Over the last few years, we’ve done a huge selection of projects for the real estate, construction, and architectural industry. Our long-term client Fabrix develops buildings giving them new leases of life after decades of neglect.
We have produced a variety of content from short-form promos, long-form transformational films, long-term time-lapses, and building placement/identity films. We’re adept at tracking in graphics and labels to live footage and building 3D models of buildings to showcase planned development.
These are the bread and butter of any commercial film company. Composing a professional, clean and ‘on brand’ interview scene and capturing B roll content to highlight the brand messages.
The word corporate is a bit of a turn off, this video actually has it’s uses across the board for any group, brand or entity to communicate a message.
We design our commercial films to be high quality, high impact to get the right message to the right audience.
Event video production goes right back to our early days of making promo videos for night life at Nottingham University. We still love doing them and some of our favourite content has come from festivals such as Outlook, Rise, Splendour etc.
Event films can be both reactive and proactive, in the sense you can either film what you see, or create a story within the context of the event to help show a narrative within the event. We love doing both but the proactive tends to provide better viewer interaction and product identity.
This has an element of crossover with all the other types of content but deserves a mention. In the world of YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, etc, brand films and videos need to be adapted for all screen sizes and viewing habits.
Vertical video is here to stay and we should embrace it. Recently we’ve done projects that are vertical only, setting up the camera specifically for vertical film of 9:16 content.
These tend to be fun, punchy, and filled with brand ideals and identity. They are often filmed around activation events and are aimed at placing the brand in front of as many potential customers as possible. We’ve done loads of these in the past for the likes of Bumble, Frankie and Benny’s, Red Bull, etc.