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01 The Concept

When it comes to media production, content is key. In a world where we are constantly bombarded with images, it can be easy to forget the power of visual storytelling. A well-crafted film has the ability to elicit an emotional response, tell a story and leave lasting impressions. Creating unique images and outstanding stories – that’s our goal, and this should be yours as well. 

But developing stories is not only a creative process. At first, the process is very analytical. We take a close look at what’s already there (the brand, the message, the team) to ensure that everything we produce is not only on brand but also original. We understand that art is a process with continuous adjustments. That’s why close communication with our clients is substantial. Every delivery and feedback round ensures that we stay on the right track.

Arri Alexa LF Mini – Cinema Camera
Camera Dolly on Tracks
Studio Setup / Building

02 Production

As mentioned above, concept is key. But it’s by far not the end of your journey. We dive into production as soon as we know what story to tell. High-end, state-of-the-art equipment serves as a base for your films. Our in-house camera is the Arri Alexa Mini LF – used by several Netflix productions and international movies. Having this valuable gear in-house gives us a lot of flexibility. The same goes for our internal film crew. These capabilities mean projects up to a specific size can be 100% covered internally. For projects needing bigger teams, we’ve partnered with various artists and filmmakers, allowing us to provide a wide range of styles, camera work, and storytelling. Having great artists to work with can enrich projects of all kinds.

03 Post Production

At this stage, we’re finally heading into editing and post-production, where all of our previous work comes together. Our editors and animators are working on several projects simultaneously within our facilities. 

For those who want to exceed the reality, VFX is a great way to alter existing footage by adding or removing elements. This is usually already evaluated in the concept stage. However, sometimes an image unexpectedly needs to be adjusted at the end of production. These so called clean ups remove unwanted elements, such as a cables and wires.

The last stage of post-production is color grading. It’s all about adjusting the colors in a shot and creating a certain mood or feeling.

04 Cross Media

In today’s world, having a solid online presence is more important than ever. With social media playing such a significant role in our lives, businesses must be able to reach their target audiences through this medium. Cross-media production is a great way to create content for various channels without sacrificing quality. By filming a TV commercial and simultaneously creating content for other platforms, you can ensure that as many people see your business as possible. And with proper planning, you can create a 360° campaign to engage your audience. So if you’re looking to reach more people and promote your business, cross-media production is the way to go.