A professionally filmed event video is the best way to make sure important occasions have lasting value. Our crews have the skills and experience to make sure your event film has real impact and resonates with your audience.
Launch parties, award shows, concerts, fashion shows, trade events, product demos; you name it, we’ve got your event video needs covered, whether the event is in the heart of London or in another continent.
We know that when it comes to getting your event video out there, timing is crucial. That’s why we work to your deadlines, providing you with end-to-end production scheduling that ensures you’re reaping the benefits of your video as soon as possible.
London Arabia came to us to help them create a short, dynamic video showcasing the highlights of the Arab Women of the Year Awards, a prestigious event celebrating the achievements of Arab women around the world.
It was important to capture the glamour and excitement of the occasion and get all the key moments on camera, so our 2-camera crew worked with our client to make sure they were in the right places at the right times.
Using a combination of slow-motion footage, dynamic camera shots and postproduction effects, we created a video that fulfilled the brief and has been distributed to attendees and sponsors, to a hugely positive response.
“I want to film an event coming up in a couple weeks time. How much would it cost to produce a video of the event – can you give me an approximate price?” It’s fairly often that we receive an enquiry similar to the above. Of course, every event video is unique and deserves a […]
Running a big event such as a conference, launch party or awards show is obviously a lot of work involving a lot of organisation and liaising with a plethora of people. Commissioning a multimedia agency such as Dead Ready to handle both your event filming and your stills photography can help for numerous reasons, the […]
We’re producing more and more event videos these days and we’re often asked for tips on how to obtain the best sound bites from the vox pop interviews that tend to form the backbone of these sorts of edits. So I thought I’d write some down. What follows below isn’t an exhaustive list of dos […]