LATEST COMMISSIONS AND NEWS
2019 has been by far our busiest and most successful year to date. We've produced drama films for Northamptonshire Police's initiative on Modern Slavery and Warwick College Group's drive to promote adult literacy, numeracy and IT skills. We've also continued our partnerships with University of Worcester's Association for Dementia Studies and local businesses, offering multimedia services to SWL, Studio III and Claire Field Consulting, among others. We've produced a series of NHS training films, focussing on the Health Assessor programme run by the Health Education England.
We produced our first film for a new client, Careermap Ltd, with a hugely ambitious one-hour film of the World Skills UK Live exhibition from Birmingham's NEC. This was shot and edited within 24 hours, and was broadcast to hundreds of schools the very next day. We've also added significantly to our portfolio of private commissions, from portrait, property and corporate photography, music videos, wedding, crowdfunding and promotional films.
Finally, April saw the launch of Sean's new Consequences 10cc podcast, produced with Paul McNulty. It's been a real success with music fans, with 11,000 downloads already, and several hugely important interviews, including creative mastermind Kevin Godley!
Here's a small selection below to give a cross section of some of our amazing commissions this year!
Our moving and powerful mental health film and learning resource, 'SELFie - Where's the HARM?' has finally been released nationally. It's available for download via the TES Resources site.
Please click the link below to view details.
Here are some short highlights from Sean's first choir session of his song Because We're Friends on August 8th 2018. The singers are the wonderful visitors and staff at Leominster Meeting Centre for people with dementia and their carers.
The song was originally written in 2016 for the Fix8 Films video, made to promote the launch of the Droitwich Meeting Centre. The staff and visitors at Leominster contributed to some last-minute lyric changes, that helped the song be more relevant to what makes this centre special and unique!
Many thanks to Rob Salmon at Orfactor Productions for capturing our efforts on film.