We love making brand video. They’re all about capturing the essence of a brand and bringing it to life in a creative video.
We’ve made brand films for The National Archives, Anthony Nolan, CREST, G20 Conference and Food Cycle.
We work hard to make our films unique, shooting original images to ensure we break away from generic brand video full of stock footage.
Brand videos for companies, charities, healthcare & tech.
A well made brand video can transform the way people think about your company or charity.
We’ve helped cancer charity Anthony Nolan rack up more than a million views with their carefully crafted brand film. And we helped pressure group Consumers International change the minds of delegates at the G20 Conference with their confrontational brand video.
Blogs about brand video
We often blog about brand video production, so if you’d like to see some examples of the best brand videos or video marketing campaigns, click the link(s) below.
Brand Video Production
CREATIVE PRODUCERS OF BRAND FILMS
Making a brand film demands creativity and the highest production values. At Magneto we’re adept at coming up with creative video ideas to produce eye-catching films or we’re just as happy to work to an existing brief.
CLEAR PRODUCTION PROCESS
We work closely with our clients – or their agency – to generate concepts, refine them into a brief and then produce storyboards and scripts. We can supply crews that range in size from 3 person teams to a full commercial crew with lighting gaffer, DIT and runners.
Magneto can offer a full in-house video production service but where the creative vision calls for it, we have excellent links with post-production houses to create everything from a cinema standard picture grade, to a full Dolby Surround Sound Mix or a Digital Cinema Package.
PROFESSIONAL FILM MAKERS
We work exclusively with broadcast trained crew – everyone from camera and sound operators to editors and dubbing mixers are TV professionals. That means our clients’ films are made to the best possible production standards.