Have a look at some of our most recent work. If you can't find an example of what you are looking for then please get in touch as we have a whole library of films that we have worked on.
Portabar - Overview film
Portabar were looking to create a film that showcased the usability, flexability, durability and portable nature of their bars. We decided that the best way to showcase this, was to produce an overview film that explained what the product was, mixed with a client testimonial from Bartender UK. This gave the perfect opportunity for a Bartender to be using the Portabar so we could capture it being used. This gave a nice mix to the film of practical use, and creative cocktail making.
IT Schools Africa 15th Anniversary
To celebrate IT Schools Africa's 15th anniversary, they commissed us to create a film that showcased the work they did not only in Africa but also in England. They wanted to celebrate the results the charity had seen over the 15 years. This film is a mixture of filmed content, and user generated content from Africa.
Portabar - Social - Look
Whilst filming the overview film for Gloucestershire based compy, Portabar, we were keen to find additional content that could be used on social media for them to help promote the high quality product they offer. This little film captures a barman making a little cocktail, showing how useable the bar is.
Inside Out Dorset - Dorset Moon
We produced this piece for a series of events in Dorset, as part of a collaborative project by Inside Out Dorset, Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, b-side and Funded by the EU and the Arts Council England. The clients approached us with a very specific idea in mind to promote their Dorset Moon event, and they had already commissioned a paper artist to cut out several illustrations, each of a scene of 3 different Dorset locations where Luke Jerram's' 'Museum of the Moon' would be exhibited. The client already had the storyboard and design elements. We were brought in to help bring the storyboard to life with some animation and transitions.
Kung Fu Accounting - Trainspotters Client Testimonial
We were asked by Kung Fu Accounting to produce a series of client testimonial review films. We wanted to capture the human nature of Kung Fu Accounting and how they approach dealing with their clients. This films is a mix of interview with Andy and Jesse at Trainspotters, and also b-roll gathered from around their warehouse and showroom. We used the lights within in Trainspotters to act as a background during the interview to create a nice warm feel.
Hope for Tomorrow - What to expect on the 'Mobile Cancer Care Unit'
Hope For Tomorrow wanted to create a series of positive films, showcasing the positive benefit of their charity service, bringing cancer treatment closer to home. This film looks to reassure future patients about what to expect on the mobile cancer care unit, and is also being shown to increase donations and to fundraisers to see where the positive impact the money is having for the charity and their patients.
When In Rome - Showreel
When In Rome Wine asked us to produce a film that showcased their business ethos and their products, to help promote their brand in a B2B environment. They wanted the video to utilise existing social media assets, and something that could be easily adapted to work in a foreign market. We produced this fun lively graphical piece to house their images and videos.
Puttshack - Social Media
Puttshack is a crazy golf course based in Westfield, Shepherds Bush. The client had purchased media space at Shepherds Bush Tube Station on the escaltors and asked us to to bring to life and animate existing artwork. With the animation flowing across 6 screens, from one screen to the next, we had to work out the exact position of each screen and the angle, so we could then work out how the coloured lines (representing the movement of a golf ball on a crazy golf course) would flow. We had to repeat the process for the down escalator, and in total produced 4 sets of 6 videos, 2 late night version and 2 day versions. The client also wanted to use the design work on social media. This is one of the several social media films we worked on for Puttshack.
Spacehoppers talk about their relationship with Kung Fu Accounting
We were asked by Kung Fu Accounting to produce a series of client testimonial review films. We wanted to capture the human nature of Kung Fu Accounting and how they approach dealing with their clients. This films is a mix of interview with Alice and Vix at Spacehoppers Co-Working, and also b-roll gathered from around their offices.
Whitewolf Marketing - Internal film
We were approached by White Wolf Marketing to help present marketing stats to their client in a more creative way than an excel sheet. Due to the confidential nature of the stats in the video we have replaced the stats we made up stats relating to Dashing Bear Productions. *Please note we have changed the branding to ours and stats to fake stats for confidentiality reasons.
Hope For Tomorrow - A day in the life of a driver
As part of a collection of films for Hope For Tomorrow, this film looks at a day in the life of a driver on one of the Mobile Cancer Care Units. The driver's role goes beyond driving the units, but often is the first face that a patient sees as they board.
Woodchester Cabinet Makers - About Shaker Style
Woodchester Cabinet Makers asked us to create a suite of films to help launch their new range of cabinets. The Shaker range had been something owners Tim and Lee had been thinking about for 3 years and wanted a high quality film to help launch the product. T
Portabar - Social Media Content - Speed rails
Whilst filming the overview film for Portabar, we were keen to find additional content that could be used on social media for them to help promote the high quality product they offer. This footage would have just been left on the cutting room floor, but we are happy to add value where we can, and repurposed this content for their social media channels. Having a bartender on site allowed us to show how usable the bar is. This little short shows the speed that the Portabar allows its users to work at.