Hello, Creatives! Our latest series of blogs comes from the lovely folk at Northern Bear Films, an award-winning creative film & media company, focused on creating and sharing entertaining stories.
Since launching in 2012, Aman, Jerome & the team have delivered projects for local to national brands, including names such as The National Trust, Creative England, and the British Film Institute.
Today, the basics – a very building-blocks approach to video production;
from the ground up, with or without a budget.
What is video production?
Video is a great way to capture audience attention and convey the message in a short period of time, but have you ever wondered the different stages and the work that goes behind the scene before you see the polished product?
Here are the 3 main steps you need to consider if you are looking to create video content:
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Today’s Top Ten Tips is filtered from an outstanding talk by Gayle Woodruff, from Northern Film and Media. The talk was literally months ago, but it’s been sitting there in my notes, and in the back of my mind all this time. And after so many of you got in contact following our post about Edinburgh TV Festival’s intense TV course “The Network”, I thought now would be a perfect time to share Gayle’s words of wisdom with you.
1) No Job is Too Demoralising
“Some people might turn their nose up at a job that’s just making tea and coffee – but that’s the best way to get yourself in front of a whole TV crew.” – Gayle Woodruff, Northern Film & Media
What if you find yourself in the fortunate position of being invited to work on a TV set? How can you make the most of your time on that TV set? How can you stand out from the hundreds of other runners in your area, and really impress your TV employers? With a huge thanks to Gayle, here are Top Ten Tips for kick-starting your – or how to impress a TV/film crew.
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