Just a snippet of what went on when the daily express came to play. To promote the DVD release of Jack Reacher, Tom Cruise does his own stunts, why can’t you?
Hel Yeh it’s time to unleash the Hel performance s2000 on the world, been a while in the wait but was it worth it. YES. Supercharged awesomeness, flame spitting fury, this car has it all. Check it out.
We went to Time Attack it didn’t make sense but we made this…
For Valentines Day Not on the high street.com sent us out to capture a little valentines surprise for some lucky twitter followers. Shot and edited on the day, we pride ourselves on fast turn around. We provided 5 videos so that the winners could remember the moment when their tweetheart put them forward for a little surprise to brighten up their day. Check out their youtube channel for the other instalments.
This was a hell of a lot of fun to make. 18 hours between 10am Friday and 4am Saturday morning and copious amounts of a certain peri peri chicken supplier fuelled a marathon shift to get this video done. The campaign is already causing a storm being featured on channel 5′s the wright stuff, the presenter even sported the shirt for the show and again on itv’s this morning. It was also mentioned in print in the daily star and the sun. Concept derived by manifest london and directed by Josh Allen.
We are proud to announce our involvement in the ‘Drive it home’ campaign being run by the National Federation of Young Farmers Clubs. The initiative follows a spate of unfortunate incidents occurring on rural roads leading to the deaths of several of it’s members. While road accidents are nothing new it is good to see the organisation being proactive and trying to do something positive towards preventing accidents on the road.
In partnership with Drive Doctors (www.drivedoctors.co.uk) offering a wide variety of training opportunities to prepare drivers for the hazards posed by Britains roads. We joined them on the launch to see what they were up to. On the day specifically they were giving members the opportunity to be taught how to control potential skid situations on the wet grip facilities but this is only a small portion of what drive doctors offer. See their website for more information. The event itself was a resounding success with many members scheduling their return to take advantage of the full programme.
These programmes are also open to everyone whether young or experienced behind the wheel. You are sure to take something away from you with the course.
Backed by NFU mutual the campaign looks to be off to a great start and we wish them every success in preventing as many incidents as possible and ultimately saving lives.
The video of the event will follow.