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 UK or overseas.
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.
The By:Larm music festival in Norway is a 4-day event attended by over 20 thousand people, featuring 250 concerts in 16 venues across the city, as well as an international music conference.
We were tasked with creating an event video that would help promote next year’s festival to sponsors, partners and the general public. With these different audiences in mind, we set out creating a video that would express the fun and energy of the event whist also communicating its corporate appeal.
With cost a key consideration, all filming was carried out by a single camera operator using a compact DSLR camera with low-light lenses. This approach meant we could also provide stills photography, maximising the reach of our client’s budget.
“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 Productions to handle both your event filming and your stills photography can help for numerous reasons […]
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 […]