Event Filming

Event Filming and Live Streaming

Looking to capture the atmosphere at a product launch? 

Or are you planning a conference or training session which you would like to turn into a DVD?

Are you organising a project and want a documentary film of the process?

Whatever event you are planning, we can probably film it! 

 

We also film conventions, festivals, talent shows, school plays, gallery openings, speeches, races, demolitions and open days.  And any thing else you have planned?  We will try our best to put a package together to suit your needs. 

We can edit the footage for DVD distribution, internet videos or digital displays.  Contact us to discuss your event.

We can provide up to four cameras plus operators all using professional HD cameras.  We also have wireless mics and multi channel sound recording equipment.

Unfortunatly we are not able to provide underwater or aerial services at this time.

Example Event Videos

 

European Juggling Convention 2010 DVD

The largest juggling and circus skills festival in Europe pulls the best performers from around the world.  We produced, filmed and edited the main show with four cameras.  Here's a promotional clip.

Best Practice - Training Conference

For this video we filmed six sessions at the conference the edited them into a DVD series.  For this event we used two cameras.  Each speaker used a radio microphone.  Note: The event was held in a room with poor lighting.

Fire In The Sky - Community Arts Project

This performance was part of the Fire In The Sky fireworks display in Huddersfield which we filmed for All The Skills.  They had received a grant to work with four community art groups in the city to produce a fire show and they asked us to film it.  The show was performed three times which meant one camera could film from a number of angles then splice and dice the footage together to a produce one short film.

Durham Juggling Convention - Internet Video and DVD

This video is a trailer/music video of the Durham Juggling Convention which was used to promote the DVD we made of the event.  The Durham City Jugglers then used the video on their website to advertise the comming year's convention.  We filmed the day in a documentary style and edited short features of the workshops, the games, the main hall, etc. to include on the DVD.  In the evening we filmed the show using one camera but were also given footage from a second camera which had been set up at the back of the hall.