We have filmed a number of short videos at Intu Derby to help promote the shopping centre. The videos were used across social platforms. This particular example promotes cinema night.
We were commissioned by Birmingham City University to produce a film promoting the importance of students being safe in the city. The film gives hints and tips on how they can do this and uses graphic overlays to better communicate with a younger audience and really get the message across.
Here’s what the client had to say about us and the filming process
“Fantastic in how they came up with ideas and concepts and helping students…through the whole filming process they were excellent” – Emma Neale, Birmingham City University
Recruitment specialists, Taylor Herrick wanted to help a local voluntary organisation to get their message out about free CPR courses. Taylor Herrick asked us to produce a video which promoted the free CPR courses which are run by volunteers.
The video tells the story of Malcom and how he was given CPR and survived cardiac arrest and has gone on to provide training to others.
We were commissioned by the National Memorial Arboretum to film a promotional video for their new events space, Aspects. The video targets the MICE (meeting incentive and corporate events market) to encourage people to book their events at Aspects.
The National Memorial Arboretum covers 150 acres that honours those who have served and continue to serve our nation in many different ways. With over 30,000 trees planted, it is a place of life and allows its visitors to remember their loved ones and take many thoughts home with them.
The extraordinary settings surrounding the Aspects events space, offers the opportunity to inspire and spark creativity. It offers a perfect place for organisations to celebrate achievements and build their teams.
Ark Media were commissioned by Middlesex County Cricket Club to produce a promotional video for the Tendulkar Middlesex Global Academy. Sachin Tendulkar is a former Indian International cricketer and a former captain of the Indian national team. He is regarded as the greatest batsman of all time. He is the highest run scorer of all time in International cricket. The video also includes a number of other high profile cricket stars including Michael Atherton, Steven Finn and Toby Roland-Jones.
Within 48 hours of release, the video had amassed over 470,000 views across Facebook and Twitter. The reach and engagement levels along with the profile of the Academy continues to grow.
Here’s what the client had to say about our involvement in the project:
“Having worked with Ark Media on a recent high profile video production, to create an engaging piece of promotional content for our channels, we have been delighted with the job they have done and with the end result. From the initial briefing process to the shoot itself, and then throughout a lengthy editing process, we’ve been impressed with the Ark team throughout.
Middlesex Cricket would like to pass our thanks to Phil and his team for their commitment to the project and for their understanding of our requirements. We would have no hesitation in recommending Ark Media in future”.
Steven Fletcher, PR, Media & Marketing Manager, Middlesex Cricket
The full version of the video can be viewed here
We were commissioned by Birmingham City University to produce a video as part of their wider ‘Not Always Banter’ campaign.
The University wanted to convey to new students in particular, that whilst ‘banter’ can be friendly it can also be offensive in terms of gender, sexuality, religion, race and bullying,
The ‘Not Always Banter’ campaign is working to create a respectful, happy and safe environment for all students. The University wanted the film to encourage new students to think that what seems light-hearted to one person can feel very different to someone else.
At the time of press, the video is being shared with thousands of students across various fresher events as well as across social channels.
Here’s what the client had to say and you can find out more in the client testimonial video below.
“Through the whole filming they were excellent. I would definitely recommend Ark because they are really supportive and they came up with some really good ideas that we hadn’t thought of” Emma Neale, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham City University.
We’ve produced a scary trailer for Screamfest’s new attraction ‘Insomnia’. The trailer has been shared online and across social channels with great engagement levels and ticket sales as a direct result.
In Autumn 2017 we worked with Protyre to demonstrate the importance of checking your tyres and having decent tyres fitted on your vehicle.
The project has completely exceeded expectations with the combined viewing figures for the content reaching over 170,000 and doubling the target of Facebook video views to 55,000.
Middlesex County Cricket Club – Corporate Day 2017