We make films that help your brand connect with its audience. Clients respond to our work because we make films that their audiences want to watch. Audiences respond to our work because we know how to engage and inform them.
We work with clients, large and small, to produce brand-defining projects whatever the budget; from simple ‘talking heads’ through to large budget corporate films, We are defined by having an intelligent and creative team who drill deep to understand the best way to communicate a client’s message.
We devise and implement seeding, blogger outreach, pay per click PPC / pay per view PPV and search engine optimisation SEO to help your film reach the right communities.
The creative concept helps define the very core of your marketing message. It underpins your campaign content, and encapsulates the major themes to be communicated to your target audience.
Pre production is probably the most important stage of the production process. Here your script takes shape, with storyboards and style guides helping you to visualise your final product.
A combination of creativity and experience, lighting and composition skills, talented directing and professional audio. The result? Images that will make your film stand out from the rest.
It is here that your film really takes shape. Editing, animation, motion graphics, music and grading all combine creatively to take your audience on a cinematic journey.
We are often expected to manage a client's entire online presence. As with regular TV programming this requires meticulous planning, regular idea generation and secure back-up and archival systems.
This includes tailoring your video to play on all devices and social media platforms, generating excitement and maximising reach. Also, website video SEO, seeding and pay per click video advertising - here we make sure that your video is best positioned to be viewed by your target audience.
Why should you spend that kind of cash when you can find plenty of companies charging just a few thousand (or even hundr...07 November, 2016No comment