We’ve been busy creating a film for Access Legal highlighting what it was like for Suzanne Adams after her son was left with cerebral palsy after negligence by NHS Lincolnshire, which has resulted in what could be the highest negligence payout in medical history.
Watch the moving story here:
Suzanne, the inspirational mother of James commented:
‘The award will help James realise his potential.’
‘But no amount of money can ever make up for the mistakes that have condemned my amazing son to a lifetime of dependency on others.’
Have you ever seen a film that seemed so memorable you can recall almost every frame, a film that stirred the senses or deserved applaud for the bold approach taken and the uniqueness of the style? That’s not uncommon, perhaps. But what could be considered uncommon is if that film was used to promote a corporate environment.
We love to showcase new styles and bold approaches here at Energise Media. We love video production that pushes boundaries, that tries new styles and techniques and ultimately dares to be different, especially in a corporate landscape.
Every film should tell a story, so that’s not a rarity. What is rare in videography is when that story is delivered beautifully through a new and innovative style, whilst serving to seamlessly promote anything from music to computer software, holiday destinations and so much more besides.
Knock knock. Tell a different story…
Here in the music video by Brunettes shoot blondes entitled ‘knock knock’ we see a romantic love story delivered with so much thought and coordination that it really becomes a work of art.
Dubai. Seen it all before?
This beautifully crafted video depicts Dubai with a series of stunning timelapses and intelligent and seamless shot choices that interlink to give a snapshot of humans and Dubai interacting in fascinating style.
Shrink my scenes
We’re big fans of tilt shift and other editing tricks that result in stunning effects applied to otherwise standard (but beautiful) scenes, as this gives the shots and footage an almost magical appearance which can soften even the grittiest shots.
Anchorman has built up something of a cult following since the original film arrived with us in 2004.
Fans of the original film formed a chorus of voices questioning why there was no sequel lined up. However as time passed and pressure grew, it became clear that Ron Burgundy would indeed be making a very welcome return to our screens.
The latest instalment of Anchorman will be with us on 20 December 2013 in the UK and you can see a trailer below showcasing some of the comical content:
However to the delight of some Ron Burgundy fans and the horror of others, Dodge have stolen a march and used the great Ron Burgundy to promote their vehicles. The films are highly humorous and seem to have all the viral ingredients.
Watch some of the films below and decide for yourself whether its a cheap marketing gimmick or a genius concept celebrating a modern day icon:
Remember when you headed off to your next lesson – knowing it was a double history class, which meant textbooks and plenty of writing.
Remember that sinking feeling you felt. That longing to be anywhere but heading into the classroom.
Now remember the feeling when you come through the door into your classroom to see the television and video player in place ready to show the class a film.
That smile that came over your face when you realised you didn’t have to spend the lesson reading and studying lines and lines of repetitive text.
Welcome to the power, the magic and the engagement of video!
Video is such a powerful tool for engaging, for inspiring and taking people away from the monotony of every day life – it educates, inspires, engages and best of all – it makes the experience fun.
Now apply this theory to standard company marketing communications.
The growth of online video is huge – but its certainly not by coincidence. People relate to film and video – they comment, share and engage with brands and in turn are rewarded with an enhanced experience.
So next time you think about creating a brochure – stop and think what excited you as a child and what you’d rather see – text or video!
For more information on how to engage audiences of all ages, contact Energise Media, the corporate video production specialists today!
We’re always trying to look at ways to be more flexible with our clients, both in the UK and overseas in order to better meet diverse requirements.
We are therefore pleased to announce that we now offer clients the opportunity to pay for services with methods that best suit their needs, wherever they are in the world and whatever their payment method. This seamless payment facility delivered via PayPal will help streamline operations with international organisations with complex pan-world sign-off processes.
The payment types we accept include Visa, MasterCard, Delta / Electron, Eurocard, Maestro, American Express as well as debit cards.
Card payments can be particularly useful when filming jobs are organised at the last minute and therefore deposits need to be taken at very short notice.
To find out more about our pricing or our ways of working and how we are continually striving to serve our customers in the best possible ways for their complete peace of mind, contact Energise Media today.