Case Study Video Production

Case study video production is one of our specialities.

We’ve made wonderful case studies for clients ranging from the British Library and the NHS, to Dementia UK, Ford Motors and Johnson & Johnson.

Engaging personal case study videos are perfect for breaking away from traditional corporate video and helping your customers understand how you can help them.

Case study videos for brands, charities, healthcare & tech.

There’s nothing like a well made case study video to really bring home the impact of your work.

Whether you’re showcasing software, explaining how your charity helps people or demonstrating the success of a product, featuring the people and organisations that you’ve helped is a perfect way to capture viewers’ hearts and minds.

If you’re thinking of making a case study video, then why not give us a ring for a friendly chat? 020 7274 2986

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Blogs about case studies

We often blog about making case study videos and we share our tips on making great film and showcase the best examples that we’ve seen. They can be a bit trickier to make than a standard promotional video so it’s worth watching some examples and getting some ideas.

Case study video production

Making case study video is one of Magneto’s key specialities. In fact working with stories and putting a human face on them has been the foundation of our company.


Case studies fit naturally with our backgrounds as documentary film makers. We’re used to the sensitivities of working with valued clients, vulnerable beneficiaries or busy staff. All our crew are broadcast trained TV professionals, so filming is second nature to them, leaving us free to concentrate on getting the best out of our contributors.


We’ve got a well defined production process for making case study films. Once we’ve got a clear understanding of the brief, we like to have a pre-interview chat with the contributors. From that we write up a shooting script. This helps us capture people’s thoughts in their own words and gives clients an accurate picture of what the film will contain. It’s also a great prompt for interviewees on the day and really helps people relax and deliver their best performance.