As part of your media and communications strategy, we can give you advice on how you can enhance your brand and create corporate communications tools, by enhancing your digital offering and fostering new creative partnerships.
Video Content & Digital Options
With the development of digital and online technology, the media industry is rapidly changing. New opportunities are opening up online, with newspapers now providing video content direct to their readers.
To mirror this shift, we are offering clients the option of producing sophisticated video content and video documentary, which are objective, punchy and informative. This video content provides an ideal introduction to an organisation or project, delivering the key messages, creating a visual image and projecting their values and aspirations. Whether to drive ticket sales or build brand awareness, there are ideal tools for websites, for You-Tube and across the digital media.
We work with a team of industry specialists – film directors, cameramen, editors and journalists – to create tailor-made video content, managing the production, filming and editing to a client’s specifications.
Nicky Thomas worked as an Associate Producer on two critically acclaimed documentary films In Search of Beethoven and In Search of Mozart. We can help you to create a pitch to approach TV, production companies and the online media.
About In Search of Beethoven“In Search of Beethoven, makes a vivid companion piece to the same director’s earlier work on Mozart. The films have a good, old-fashioned voice-over narrative, they recount events in the composers’ lives in chronological order, they assemble interviews with some of the world’s greatest musicians, who use their instruments to elucidate their points.”
Financial Times, Bowled over Beethoven by Peter Aspden, April 3 2009
“superb two-hour film In Search of Beethoven…There are no tricks or gimmicks: this is a straightforward back-to-basics biography”
Daily Telegraph, Rupert Christiansen 30 March 2009
About In Search of Mozart“Conveys the intensity of the musical experience more grippingly than anything I have seen on film or TV.”
Richard Morrison, The Times
“The most comprehensive film about Mozart that I have ever seen.”
Sir Roger Norrington, conductor
“The chance to see and hear many of the greatest musicians of our time…Grabsky lets the music tell the story.”
Time Out, Chicago
“A model of its kind” Independent “Essential viewing”
“For a superb survey of what the composer means to a wide range of articulate people, Phil Grabsky's In Search of Mozart can't be bettered...Gush-free, serious, but with an exciting sense of occasion”.