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Geology Science video – How an Earth Scientist at University of Manchester found the film process with Kevin Laitak
How did Dr Rhian Jones, reader in Isotope Geochemist at the School Earth & Planetary Sciences school , University of Manchester, find the process of working with Kevin Laitak, to produce their promo film? Read more…
Meet nice people, dance around a table; feel ridiculous, funny, talented and have a laugh – Table Tennis Over 50s club in Manchester
On 01, Aug 2019 | In Uncategorized | By Kevin
Live Long, Play Ping Pong!
Over 50s fab sociable activity
The power of playing table tennis goes way beyond physical benefits - it's brain food. This 60 seconds film of table tennis film conveys the joy in Withington, Manchester.
Aerial Video adds so much; scale, perspective, dramatic overviews. All video movement creates a sense of going somewhere, either in terms of story threads, pulling you on and into the narrative..it can be intimate too.. Read more…
5 ways a good individual filmmaker can deliver more than a larger video production company
Yes, a filmmaker will not carry the overheads of larger production company, but the value of a good individual is greater than simply less expensive. A talented individual brings flexibility unmatched by bigger outfits. They can follow your project, are less obtrusive and strike up personal relationships of trust, ensuring your people communicate in the most effective way Read more…
Commission a family video to share the joy, the brave, steadfast love told in photos, audio, captured on camera. A family video brings the scattered parts of our lives together for anniversary, birthday or life event. Share special moments that never lose their force down the years
On 21, Apr 2015 | In dance | By Kevin
“Before words, there was dance”, said dancer, Shakeh Major talking about a special project to commemorate the genocides of the 20th & 21st century, with the official centenary of the Armenian Genocide on 24th April 2015. Using the ancient form of Circle dancing, an event was organised at SOAS, London with the support and participation of students from different ethnic backgrounds.
“We appreciate your professional and artistic approach working with us in creating a meaningful document of a significant experience during this commemorative year. It was a pleasure for both of us to work with you and hope our paths will cross again soon”, Hratch Tchilingirian, producer.
In February I began work on a very special project combining film, songs, historic photographs and personal testimony working with the Chilingirian Quartet to commemorate the centenary of the Armenian Genocide. The project includes all artwork, film, site copy, web management, social media & email campaign. It’s struck a strong, emotional chord:
“Not only is the playing and filming really beautiful but all the history and photographs are so interesting and moving also. I only started watching today but I have caught up with all five.”Wonderful. A truly special and worthwhile initiative. Bravo “