British Transport Police

By February 10, 2020Case Studies

Award ceremony films & social media video for this public sector organisation

"The team was friendly, efficient and nailed the brief!"

Making a difference

This public sector organisation asked us to make a suite of more than 30 films to showcase the ways their people make a difference. The films needed to be full of personality, tell a story and no more than 30 seconds long! And to be filmed in 6 locations across the UK.

How we did it

Working closely with the client’s media team, we came up with a stylish visual template that made use of a hero shot along with a series of sl0-mo portraits, and a list of guide questions. This meant we could be super efficient with time and ensure that multiple teams could achieve a defined look.

The winner is…

We delivered all the films within a tight time frame, plus some additional social media edits, and made sure that everything was ready for the big ceremony.

“Working to a tight filming and edit schedule, in locations across England, Scotland and Wales, I was very impressed by their ability to make our finalists feel at ease and draw out some brilliant soundbites. “

Amy Lees, Campaigns Manager

Get in touch

If you’d like to make a public sector video or just have a chat about how you can use video for your organisation, then drop us a line or give us a ring on 020 7274 2986.

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