Archive for the ‘Corporate video’ Category

Is bigger always better? Introducing the biggest plasma screen in the world….

Posted by: Line Up on July 28th, 2011 IN 3D film production

Recently, we checked out The Event and Exhibition Show which promises to showcase the latest industry innovations. One that we couldn’t help but notice was the brand new and absolutely enormous 152” Panasonic plasma screen available through PSCo. Unsurprisingly, it’s the biggest in the world, weighs 1.6 tonnes, would cost you a cool £500k to buy or £10k a day to hire. Clearly as a piece of kit, it’s very aspirational. It has a full HD display boasting 4K by 2K resolution and Active 3D technology, and is the jewel in the crown of the Panasonic professional display range. It READ MORE

Creating digital content for Inchcape

Posted by: Line Up on July 7th, 2011 IN Corporate video

Having worked with global car retailer, Inchcape for a number of years on diverse projects – ranging from senior management conferences through to employee engagement programmes – we’ve recently completed another collaboration, this time creating content and films for an investor seminar and for their new website. You can see the films now live on the homepage of the site under the banner ‘Inchcape Explained’. They aim to give all stakeholders a clear and comprehensive understanding of the business. The first 90-second film focuses on the company’s customer-centric strategy while the remaining three films reveal the scale and excellence of READ MORE

Vitol commission

Posted by: Line Up on August 3rd, 2010 IN Corporate video

It’s great to have another new client on board and we are very excited about the project that we’re currently working on for Vitol, one of the world’s largest independent energy trading companies. Vitol employs 2,700 people across the globe and finds, extracts, trades, refines, stores and transports all forms of energy from sources of supply to where there is demand. Our film will showcase their work around the world and we’re currently shooting in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and the Middle East. It’s a film that will bring the daily workings of The Vitol Group to life for its global customers, READ MORE