London Video Productions come in all shapes and sizes. Let’s take a look at a few.
When it comes to video production, London has played host to more than its fair share. Being the capital city of the country helps I guess. London also hosts the HQ of most major media corporations in the UK.
Few cities can match the success of London video productions. The city is home to a wealth of talent and experience, as well as state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. From big budget commercials to small independent films, there is a huge demand for video production in London. And with so much competition, businesses need to really stand out to succeed.
That’s where London’s video production companies come in. They are experts at creating engaging and original content that gets results. Whether it’s a TV ad, an online video, or a corporate film, they have the skills and experience to get the job done. So if you’re looking for a video production company in London, be sure to check out the city’s leading providers.
So it doesn’t come as a surprise that London video productions enjoy a prominent spot on the video production map, and as a video production company in London we like to stay up to date.
I thought it would be interesting to look at some London video productions that actually reflect the city they were made in. This could be a feature film, an advert for an information video. London provides a smorgasbord of locations unequalled in its variety and diversity. So here are a handful of eye-catching London video productions made in the capital.
I’m not certain of exactly how much of the video production in this film clip was shot below the streets of London, but it does give you a good idea of rush hour traffic in the capital. The film is Skyfall. James Bond has to allow an escaped baddy into the underground. The scene illustrates very accurately the layout and atmosphere in London’s rush-hour tube network.
Back to school for video production
Nostairway Creative provided the post production to a feature film last year called 7 Hours on Earth. The film was shot entirely on location in a South London school. Some of the aerial shots gave us a fantastic city-scape. The film stars Ramona Marquez, who starred in the BBC’s long running comedy, Outnumbered. It also starred Rufiat Awalope, who’s debut was in this film. The viewer gets a good impression of life in a big, London secondary school, thanks to superb cinematography by Sam Pearce.
7 Hours on Earth Starring Ramona Marquez, Rufiat Awalope, Gus Flind-Henry and Byron Easmon. Karl Queensborough, star of the west end’s Hamilton, made a special appearance.
London Video Production isn’t new
Of course, shooting scenes in London isn’t a new thing. London has been the focus of what we would now call ‘Videographers’ for over a century. A quick scout through google will reveal a myriad examples of film companies in London taking advantage of their surroundings. Here’s one of my favourites from British Pathé
Got to have a London Music Video
And to finish our examples of London video productions, I thought you’d appreciate a well made, clear, concise video tour of this great city.
The Nostairway team are always happy to give advice and help wherever we can. So, if you have any questions about London video productions, one of our videographers will be happy to discuss free of charge. Just drop us a line here.