Articles Tagged: moving image
12 June 2017 | Tags: Morten Borgestad, moving image
Morten Borgestad has just finished shooting nine films for PayPal. In this funny short, a holiday-goer is creatively reminded by his friend that he has an IOU... All production and post production handled by our wonderful team.
14 September 2016 | Tags: Chelsea Bloxsome, moving image, Food
Christmas seems to come around earlier and earlier, so we wanted to make damn sure we were the first this year.
Some moving image by Chelsea Bloxsome
For more moving image work, see our sister site Horton's Shortun's here
4 December 2015 | Tags: moving image
Great to see it’s not just our stills image creators but also our filmmakers over at Horton's Short'uns that are receiving plaudits. New director / producer Louis-Jack just won the best newcomer award and a screening in Tokyo at the Japan Media Arts festival for his film Gill and Gill.
2 November 2015 | Tags: Alan Mahon, moving image, sports, Portrait
The stills picture above comes from a new moving image project by Alan Mahon. Alan has a particular style of shooting stills and we were fascinated to see this deftly transferred into the moving image. See the film - here
14 July 2015 | Tags: Alan Mahon, moving image, sports, Portrait
Alan Mahon has just produced this slick film of Team GB sprinter - Lee McLaughlin.
Check it out over on our moving image dedicated sister site - Horton's Short'uns.
You'll also find Alan's beautiful film on cliff diver Gary Hunt.
20 March 2014 | Tags: Jake Green, moving image
As mentioned earlier on in the week, Jake Green has been busy, working alongside good friend and producer Simon Poon Tip, on a number of London based documentary shorts.
Here's the next in the instalment. An insight into the skaters who use the out-of-hours, open doors of a Stratford shopping centre, to let loose on their 4 wheels. A touching and poignant piece, shot in true Jake Green style.
18 March 2014 | Tags: Jake Green, moving image
Jake has been working along side Simon Poon Tip for the last year, on a series of shorts. The project - 32ldn - aims to provide a picture of modern London through 32 short films. The number 32, of course, being the number of London Boroughs.