My father’s revenge: he put a flaw in the Death Star

Video production and product design, the details matter I think it’s fair to say that we at Film Division are big fans of the Star Wars franchise. In the stand-alone movie Rogue One, Galen Erso designed the Death Star to perfection. But in his main act of defiance, he created one weakness that allowed it […]

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“Forged in the fires of Mount Doom”

Behind the scenes in Video Production Cinema Style A few months ago we finished the cinematic documentary for Birmingham based jeweller Samson Gold. It was a great project to work on and we’ve written more about in an earlier blog. During the shoot, we took an extra camera with us to shoot some ‘behind-the-scenes’ material. […]

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“It takes a lot more than just fancy flying”

3 Key Tips to Interact with your Audience during Creative Concept Development When a new tv-show is in development, a key stage is a pilot episode. These stand-alone episodes are used to test the audience response. If the pilot is successful, it’s often used as the first episode of the series. Pilots are an excellent […]

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“The moment you set foot on that casino floor, they’ll be watching you like hawks. Hawks with video cameras.”

Pulling off Video Production Did you guys like the Ocean’s Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen movies. We did. Heist movies are almost always a guarantee for two hours of pleasant popcorn entertainment. There is a great parallel between these movies and video pre-production. The breakdown Let’s take a look at the three main phases of a […]

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“Obviously the time continuum has been disrupted”

The Video Timeline: Editing before even picking up a Camera   In video production, we design an audience experience for the duration of the film. It could for example be a 30 second Facebook clip or a three minute mini-documentary. In all projects, we are telling a story in a fixed amount of time. Time […]

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