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by Phil Knox on 29 November 2016

We started the journey with Urban Expression almost 2 years ago, when they contacted us to talk about the possibility of putting a film together. Wrapped up against the November cold, we met in a café opposite Euston station to talk through possibilities – and it rapidly became apparent that the best way forward would be to train their core team to film and edit, allowing them not only

by Intern on 25 November 2016

When creating a video we have no idea under what circumstances it is going to be viewed. There are numerous devices and settings someone could be viewing the video and some might suffer from a hearing disability. An article by Digiday UK reported that 85% of videos shown on Facebook and other social media sites are viewed without sound.  So, this begs the question, do you have subtitles on

by Kate Topping on 24 November 2016

Tomorrow, 25th November is the United Nations' International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.  Since 2000, each year on this date activities are arranged around the world to raise awareness of violence against women, promote projects which enable women and their children to escape violence and highlight campaigns to educate people about the consequences of violence.

by Intern on 18 November 2016

When is the last time you sent a letter? Going along with that, who even expects important correspondence to come through their mail anymore? If someone has something important they want to share there is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and even email; in 2016, not only do we have the ability to communicate with anyone on the planet, they have the ability to communicate with us.

So why do

by Phil Knox on 27 October 2016

It’s not uncommon to hear stories of interns being treated as general run-arounds, doing the photocopying, making the tea and effectively working every hour for little or no money. There’s been many recent articles, exposing companies that exploit interns on a regular basis and it’s an on-going problem that young people coming into industry face – how to get a job that requires experience,

by Phil Knox on 24 October 2016

There’s an old saying, often quoted in relation to working in tv, saying “Never work with children or animals” – the last month or so, we’ve found ourselves doing both!

Cats Protection approached us earlier this year to pitch for a film to support their latest campaign. The Government is reviewing the law governing the sale of pets for the first time in over 60 years and Cats Protection


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