Philosophy in Focus: We Zoom In on the Principles Driving Stellar Creative Video Productions at Film Division

Martin Scorcese once said that if you’re a filmmaker, your main job should be to get your audience to care about your obsessions. Ever since Film Division started back in 2010, we’ve always made our obsession for crafting high-quality creative video productions known to our audience. It’s our passion for exceeding client expectations – from […]

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Let’s talk about video production lenses

One of the most exciting parts of working here at FDHQ is the amazing kit we’ve obtained throughout the years. What once started with a simple Panasonic camera has now evolved to something truly amazing. We often passionately talk about our cameras; from the RED Digital Cinema cameras to the Sony documentary ENG style cameras […]

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Video Production Professionals – Modern day craftsmen

Last week, we came across this little gem right here. It’s a great piece of video marketing revolving around the familiar ‘getting paid in exposure’ principle. It illustrates something we see far too often in our industry. Clients ringing us, expecting to get a video on the cheap because it gets us exposure. They think […]

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Video Production Audience Journey

Here at FD-HQ, we love to talk to professionals from other industries and see what we can learn from them. Last year, we spoke to Jamie Desogus from Harborne Kitchen about teamwork in a professional kitchen. This time, we reached out to Jeff Cook, a lecturer at the HAN University of Applied Sciences in the […]

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Video Production – Learning from the experts

With the new Captain Marvel in cinemas and Avengers Endgame right around the corner, it’s a great time for Marvel fans. Every single Marvel film has been a visual masterpiece. Amazing sets, brilliant cinematography and stunning special effects, it all combines to pure cinema pleasure. As cinematic video producers ourselves, we love to digest everything […]

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