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Magneto Films


Creating video for training and online learning

Magneto Films provides elearning video production that ranges from corporate training for the likes of IPSOS Mori, to online learning for public sector organisations like the NHS and Police Service.

We also work with smaller brands, care homes and charities.

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Video is an ideal way of delivering online to large numbers of people, engaging new customers with insight into your products or creating elearning content for corporate training and professional development.

The films we make range from multi-part training programmes, one off learning video or simple explainer videos.

Public sector training video

UK cyber security industry


CREST – the trade body for the UK cyber security industry – commissioned us to make a series of 10 films that would help police officers understand basic online security so that they could work with local businesses to prevent cyber crime.

The training films feature experts from the top security firms, National Criminal Intel Service, and the Police.

E-learning promotional video

Young Money


Young Money wanted a series of films that they could use to promote their distance learning resource for teachers, helping them to deliver better financial education.

We created this character packed marketing video, featuring testimonials from teachers and insight from staff. We also made the a number of explainer videos, demonstrating how to use the service.

medical training video

Cardiomyopathy UK


This series of films was aimed at providing online training for GPs to help them diagnose and treat patients with a rare heart condition. It was produced with extensive medical and expert input and is intended to contribute to doctors’ professional development.

We have also made a number of other medical training films that are used by NHS Trusts and charities.

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IPSOS Mori are running a mass survey of young people born in the year 2000 and they asked us to produce a suite of training videos that will show researchers the correct way to take a series of physical measurements and conduct a number of tests.

We made 6 films in total, helping not only with scripting but also casting and location finding. We’ve since created more content for them.

elearning video production | Magneto Films | London

About Magneto Films

Magneto Films is a UK video production company that works with corporate brands, the public sector, education providers and charities.

Online learning video production

Magneto makes educational elearning and corporate training videos for any online learning need.

Case study video

Many of our films feature real people’s stories, creating powerful emotional journeys and authentic user experiences.

Real people. Real stories

We work with respect and patience, allowing people to share their experiences in a positive way.

Shooting in London

Video Production London


As a London video production company – and TV producers with more than 20 years experience – we’re often asked about the rules and regulations when it comes to filming on the streets of London. So here’s our handy guide to making sure that your London video production goes smoothly.

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Turning tech into stories

Technology Video Production

The story is never about the product. It’s always about the people. But how do you find a story when your product is beige boxes of technology or a nebulous concept like the cloud? These videos show 3 different techniques for turning technology into watchable stories.

1. Find a story: Microsoft Cloud

Data. It’s a bunch of bits and bytes in a box. So how do you make that into an interesting video? One way is to find the story of someone who’s using the technology to good effect and so much the better if it’s a gang of good looking young scientists battling to beat malaria.

This film from Microsoft shows how a bit of nifty casting goes a long way to making anonymous technology much more interesting. Although this film looks glossy and expensive, it would be relatively easy to achieve a similar film on a modest budget.

Key Technique: Casting. The film makers have gone to great lengths to find people doing interesting things and to keep the video short, they’ve paired well shot visuals with a clear, punchy script.

2. TELL A STORY: IBM Real Time Data

This is an old-ish film – from 2009 – but it’s stuck in my mind because of its fantastic story telling and clever use of documentary techniques. Right from the start it grabs your attention with a real life story: we drop straight into the action with a recording of an emergency call reporting a robbery. Then using the real victims and police officers, the video demonstrates how the smallest of clues – a neck tattoo – was enough for IBMs crime analytics tool to solve the crime. Shot in a gritty fashion with stylised interviews and simple clean sequences, this film is a tough looking thriller.

Key Technique: use a real story. This film uses interviews and reconstruction to bring to life a real crime and then carefully integrates the technology into a human story – and one that’s told from multiple points of view, adding real personality and warmth to the story.


This surprising little film turned a rather technical product – a virtual private network – into a world wide sensation with over 120 citations in the international press and approaching a million sales of the product. (Full disclosure – this was one of ours). Working with a technology journalist and a white hat hacker (a good guy) this film creates its own story by setting up free wifi networks across London and then revealing exactly what users are giving away about themselves. Accompanied by a detailed report, commissioned from a think-tank, this film generated coverage world wide.

Key Technique: use a simple stunt to create a story. This film used the classic technique of setting up a stunt that got the public involved and also produced results that could be shared with news media. The specially commissioned report generated column inches that created a platform for the product and the video.

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Jeremy Jeffs is a documentary film maker with 15 years experience of directing films for BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic and PBS. He’s recently finished work on a history of China, with broadcaster Michael Wood and his recent feature documentary, Bette Bourne, was shown at the London Film Festival, Sheffield International Documentary Festival and the V&A. More about Jeremy

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