By its nature construction demands a very particular approach to film making. Capturing a project successfully over 6 months, a year or even 3 or 4 years is in our experience a highly collaborative exercise.
We have worked on a number of major construction film projects over the last 4 years and our history with the industry goes back a decade or so. In that time we’ve learned what it takes to make construction films that are engaging, inspiring and creative, so here are our top 5 hints and tips for commissioners.
Treat your production company as partners
It Pays to Talk
don’t cut corners
keep an open mind
Our production arsenal for construction projects includes long term time lapse, short interval time lapse for project milestones, documentary filming, 3D graphic animations and drone filming. We have used multiple techniques on projects to help keep the public informed about what is happening on site, generate national and B2B PR or to update investors, government ministers or boards of directors. There are lots of ways to tell a story and only by talking to your production company will you arrive at the right combination for your project films.
Take a look at our construction website to find out more