Corporate Film Productions
Corporate film production is the back bone of what we do, to promote, info or communicate with you’re staff and customers is important in our global digital world. We also understand the power of an organisations brand, and the hard work that goes into that brand and more importantly the value of that brand.
We have worked for a variety of different clients locally, nationally and internationally, who work in varied fields of business, our newest client is a global glass and metal packaging company. One day we will be filming on a multi-million dollar production line and the next with an organisation that helps facilitate a luncheon club for older people.
We were pleased to be able to pitch and win the work for helping Greater Grimsby.net produce some positive vox-pops about North East Lincolnshire. While working along side the client we identified 10 potential people from within North East Lincolnshire who could speak and be listened too about living, working and playing in the area. As with most jobs word of mouth is the best form of advertising and from the greatergrimsby.net work, we were asked to quote for a promotional film for Humber Seafood Institute. For the his we produced a film to promote a laboratory space that was empty, the aim of this film was to encourage a specialist company to become a tenant within the Humber Sea Food Institute.
We have recently produced a film for the website All Faiths and None, this was to tell people about how they can use the AFAN website as a guide to help chaplaincy in Schools and other large environments. This job lead to another from a religious organisation which we are proud to say was shot in the Welsh language and was shown to the Welsh Assembly and has since lead to another recording and producing another Welsh speaking film.
We have produced several different Diversity projects the latest was for Grimsby Institutes ‘East Coast Centre for Diversity’. They commissioned Focus 7 to produce 6 films from different organisations who are champions for diversity, this took us from Keighley to Bradford and Skipton to Wakefield. The final six films were shown on the day of the awards ceremony and can be seen on our You Tube Channel.
We bid and won the chance to produce 23 films for Safer and Stronger Communities in North East Lincolnshire. This is an umbrella organisation that co ordinates initiatives to help multiple agencies deal with crime and disorder within North East Lincolnshire. The overall aim of this project was to inform people coming into the organisation or agencies about how they work together to help make North East Lincolnshire a safer place to live, visit and work.
Salon 2 is a hair dressers in Lincoln that commissioned Focus 7 to produce a film about their businesses to be shown at a catwalk event, we also were there on the night to film the event for the big screen.
The Osca’s (Outstanding Safer Communities Awards) is an event to reward the hard work that people do within North East Lincolnshire. This event is organised by Safer & Stronger Communities in North East Lincolnshire. Focus 7 quoted and won the chance to produce the films to be shown on the night, 73 interviews in a 2 week period. As well as building the DVD from which the films were to be shown. we commissioned graphics to support each individual category, we also recorded the event and produced a highlights film of the night. This was a worth while project as the nominees had all gone the extra mile to help make their community a better place. The kind of project Focus 7 loves to do.